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Because of our RE Curriculum, our children Grow and Flourish as religiously literate pupils through-

Wisdom- an outstanding level of religious understanding and knowledge. A strong understanding of how the beliefs, values and practices and ways of life within religion cohere together.


Love-. A wide and deep understanding across a wide range of religions and beliefs. The ability to link the study of religion and belief to personal reflections on meaning and purpose.


Perseverance- ability to ask significant and highly reflective questions about religion and demonstrate and excellent understanding of issues related to nature, truth and value of religion. Exceptional independence; the ability to think for themselves and take the initiative in asking questions, investigating, evaluating and working constructively with others.



At The Mease Federation, Religious Education is a principal and purposeful area within our engaging curriculum. We use the scheme, Understanding Christianity to teach Religious Education weekly in classes and support our pupils in developing a coherent understanding of Christian belief and practice. Children explore key theological concepts within Christianity as a way to develop their cultural literacy. Our long-term overview was developed carefully in partnership with our church diocese advisor to ensure that our children have rich opportunities to develop an understanding of world faiths and revisit their learning regularly in order to foster a deeper sense of understanding and an appreciation for differing views. Our inclusive and inspiring learning environments equip children with the confidence to ask and answer questions and reflect on their own views in a safe space. Children at The Mease Federation will be encouraged to explore and reflect on the beliefs of others around them and consider the impact that faith has on the way in which people lead their lives. We aspire for our children to grow and flourish as individuals within their communities and the diverse, wider society that we live in.

Parents and/or carers have the right to withdraw their children from Religious Education and Collective Worship, should they wish to do so.

Our RE Long-Term Plan