RE Co-ordinator - Mr Longworth
At Chorlton C of E Primary we provide opportunities for pupils to recognise and develop their own beliefs, values and attitudes. We aim to support the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of all our pupils. It is a place where every individual is appreciated and valued.
Throughout the key stages, children are provided with opportunities to develop their understanding of other religions and, where possible, we provide opportunities to for visits and visitors to help improve this understanding.
Coming Soon.... Ethos Group
Religious Education Attainment Targets
ATTAINMENT TARGET 1: LEARNING ABOUT RELIGION AND BELIEF
Learning about religion includes enquiry into, and investigation of, the nature of religion. It focuses on beliefs, teachings and sources, practices and ways of life and forms of expression. It includes the skills of interpretation, analysis and explanation. Pupils learn to communicate their knowledge and understanding using specialist vocabulary. It includes identifying and developing an understanding of ultimate questions and ethical issues.
ATTAINMENT TARGET 2: LEARNING FROM RELIGION AND BELIEF
Learning from religion is concerned with developing pupils’ reflection on, and response to, their own experiences and learning about religion. It develops pupils’ skills of application, interpretation and evaluation of what they learn about religion, particularly questions of identity and belonging, meaning, purpose, truth, values and commitments, and communicating their responses.
BOTH ATTAINMENT TARGETS FEATURE IN OUR PLANNING AND DELIVERY OF LIVELY, IMAGINATIVE AND BALANCED RE.
Manchester Children’s Choir
The choir runs from Manchester Cathedral on a Saturday morning from 10am-11:30am and is for children aged 6-11. The choir is free and sings everything from The Beatles to Beethoven, with a dash of Disney for extra fun! No experience is necessary and all children are welcome.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 833 2220 (ext. 244).