At Hall Green Infant School, we provide our children with an exciting and engaging RE curriculum as we follow the Birmingham Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education (2007). RE teaches us all about religious life and traditions. We aim for our children to explore their own beliefs, build their sense of identity and belonging, develop respect for others and to consider their own responsibilities. We want our children to progress further in life, therefore we prepare children
We aim for our children to acquire and develop knowledge and understanding of the six major religions: Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Sikhism and Buddhism. To do this we create opportunities for children to be involved with engaging RE lessons where we plan for a wide range of cross-curricular activities such as art, drama, card making and writing. Here are some examples of our work:
During the children’s time at Hall Green Infants School, the children will get the chance to visit local places of worship. Reception will visit a Mosque, Year 1 will visit a Gurdwara and Year 2 will visit a Church. These trips will link in with the children’s RE lessons. They will allow opportunities for the children to take a tour around the buildings, learn about different religions and their traditions.