Teversham CE VA Primary School

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Religious Education

At Teversham CE Primary School, we follow the "SACRE Cambridgeshire Locally Agreed Syllabus 2023-2028". The link for this syllabus can be found here


As an Aided School with a Christian foundation, in each year there is a focus on Christianity plus the opportunity for pupils to learn about other religions and world views.  RE enables pupils to appreciate their own and others’ beliefs and cultures, helping them to develop a clear understanding of the significance of religion in their own area as well as in the world today. We use the Emmanuel Project resource to teach Christianity and World Faiths and Views to meet the statutory requirements of the Locally Agreed Syllabus 2023-2028. 


RE intends to promote religious understanding and respect, and to challenge prejudice, discrimination and stereotyping.


It is concerned with the promotion of each pupil’s self-worth, enabling them to reflect on their uniqueness as human beings, to share their feelings and emotions with others and to appreciate the importance of forming and maintaining positive relationships.

We strongly believe that the purpose of RE is about religious literacy. This means we aim for children to be able to hold a balanced and well-informed conversation about religion and belief. We do this by exploring and asking questions. We help children to question, to ponder and to wonder. 


"World view": the way in which a person encounters, interprets, understands and engages with the world. 


Curriculum Plans for Each Year Group

Please see Class Pages for more information on the Termly Curriculum Plans for each class. 

The Agreed Syllabus for RE

RE is taught weekly across the school, with additional "Encounter Days" throughout the year. 

Parental Right to Withdraw their child from RE - please see document below.

Parental Right of Withdrawal from RE

Active R.E. help us to learn about 'Why Christians belief that Jesus is the Saviour.'

Having fun with Genr8 who have come to share the Christmas Story with us.

Year 6 making origami lotus flowers to understand the significance of the symbol to the Buddhist faith. It also helped us to understand how it feels to be 'enlightened' with knowledge after a struggle and facing a challenge.

Attending a virtual Christingle Service hosted by Ely Cathedral!

Christmas Encounter Day - Year 5 researching into our Christmas traditions

Year 6 visited the Cambridge Buddhist Centre to learn about modern Buddhist life

KS2 Christingle service.

Easter Encounter Day

Sparrow Class EYFS wedding. In the EYFS children learn best through real life experiences. We planned and took part in a whole day wedding. We learnt a lot from this day!

KS1 Visit to a Synagogue

Year 5 Ely Cathedral visit

Hummingbird and Kingfisher interviewed the kids and youth pastor from a local church