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Burlish Park Primary School

Religious Education

Intent, Implementation and Impact


At Burlish Park Primary School, we challenge everyone to be the best that they can be. High expectations, standards and values are promoted throughout the school and within all lessons. At Burlish Park Primary, we aim to create learners that are equipped for the future with knowledge and skills such as; independence, resilience, motivation and respect. Religious Education is taught to encourage learners to embody these important qualities; to be independent, motivated and respectful of all others. Religious Education is implemented following the Worcestershire Agreed 2020-2025 Syllabus. The Principle Aim of R.E. is to engage children in systematic enquiry into significant human questions which religion and world views address. Children develop the understanding and skills needed to appraise varied responses to these questions as well as developing responses of their own.


Children are taught RE in an open and safe environment. Children are encouraged and free to ask questions and seek answers for themselves, with guidance from teachers. They have the opportunity to explore a range of religions, faiths and beliefs. They are able to describe, explain and analyse beliefs and practices. Children are taught to recognise diversity within our local community and the wider world. This learning takes place during weekly RE lessons across all year groups and we also have specific RE days which are held throughout the year. All children develop the skills needed to engage seriously with religions and world views. This allows learners to have the opportunity to enquire and investigate about key concepts in faiths and beliefs. Learners gain the ability to make enquiries into what enables different individuals and communities to live together respectfully and articulate beliefs and values. Learning is not always recorded in a formal written way. Children are given the opportunity to use discussion, drama and art to interpret and present their understanding in different ways.


Children are respectful of all religions, faiths and beliefs. They are taught to be respectful of others’ beliefs when learning about and discussing different faiths and beliefs. Learners are able to draw similarities and differences confidently. Children have the confidence to respectfully ask questions, know where to seek answers and investigate further.