Burton Leonard Church of England Primary School

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Religious Education


Our primary school Religious Education curriculum is designed to cultivate a deep understanding and appreciation of various religions and worldviews. As a Church of England school, we emphasise the importance of Christian teachings and values, aiming to foster a respectful and inclusive environment that honours all beliefs. Through engaging and reflective lessons, we aim to inspire curiosity and respect for diverse beliefs, fostering empathy and a sense of global citizenship. By exploring different religious traditions, stories, and practices, we empower students to become thoughtful, compassionate, and open-minded individuals in a multicultural world.


Our R.E. curriculum is structured to be immersive and inclusive, providing students with diverse opportunities to explore different faiths. Through storytelling, discussions, artefacts, and cultural experiences, we make religious education meaningful and engaging. Lessons are designed to promote critical thinking, reflection, and respectful dialogue, encouraging students to ask questions and consider various perspectives. We incorporate a wide range of religious and secular viewpoints, ensuring students develop a comprehensive understanding of the world’s spiritual and ethical diversity.


Our R.E. curriculum profoundly influences students' personal and social development, helping them become respectful, empathetic, and culturally aware individuals. By fostering a love for learning about different religions, we inspire lifelong interest and understanding of spiritual diversity. As a Church of England school, we nurture a strong foundation in Christian values, encouraging students to live out these principles in their daily lives. Students develop empathy, respect, and a deeper appreciation for different beliefs and practices, promoting global citizenship and intercultural competence. Guided by the values of love, courage, and service, they learn to engage with others with respect and integrity. Our graduates are prepared to navigate and contribute positively to a diverse and interconnected world, fostering mutual understanding and respect within their communities and beyond.


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