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Religion and world views

At All Saints, we aim to develop deep, critical thinkers, who are open-minded about religion and worldviews, therefore we have chosen to follow Kapow Primary’s Religion and Worldviews curriculum.

This curriculum is relevant to our children, reflecting diversity and preparing them for life in modern Britain. Through this curriculum, our aim is for every child to secure a deep understanding of concepts in order to be able to make connections, ask and respond to challenging questions, learn to respect and appreciate worldviews that are different to their own and consider their personal preconceptions, responses and views.

Children will build their conceptual knowledge through studying religions and worldviews locally, nationally, and globally in this progressive curriculum, enabling them to make links and connections between worldviews, develop disciplinary skills and build on their understanding of their positionality in relation to their learning.

By revisiting key ‘big questions’ and building on prior knowledge, children will learn about how religion and worldviews are lived experiences across the world, consider the impact of worldviews on society and have opportunities to consider their personal worldviews.

Kapow Primary’s Religion and Worldview scheme of work meets government guidance, which states that RE must reflect that ‘the religious traditions in Great Britain are, in the main, Christian, while taking account of the teaching and practices of the other principal religions represented in Great Britain’.

We have also ensured that this platform is aligned to the Pan Berkshire Syllabus, in line with local guidance.

You can find a full description of our religion and worldviews curriculum intent, implementation and impact in the document below.