RE at MFSA
Lead Learner: Miss Hanson
Our RE curriculum ensures that children empathise with different faiths and beliefs.
The children at MFSA develop an awareness of their own and others, culture, identity, worth and needs, and how their lives are similar and different.
The children are taught about the Christian faith and other world religions and to encourage their attitudes and moral values.
R.E. is taught through discussions arising from the sharing of common human experiences, topic work, as a subject in its own right and through the celebrations of festivals and special occasions.
At MFSA we follow the Worcestershire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education (2015-2020). You can find a copy of the syllabus and a yearly overview of how and when the key questions are taught at Matchborough below.
There are three main aims of the Worcestershire Agreed Syllabus, which are:
Know about and understand a range of religions and worldviews so they can:
Express ideas and insights about the nature, significance and impact of religions and worldviews so they can:
Gain and deploy skills needed to engage seriously with religions and worldviews so they can: