Religious Education (RE)
Children at Woodside will be able to: ask reflective questions; carry out investigations; evaluate ideas; and work constructively with others to understand the beliefs, festivals and celebrations of major religions around the world. They will know how to describe and explain the significance and impact of beliefs on followers of different faiths. These skills will provide the respect and understanding of the diversity in their own and the wider community.
RE at Woodside is supported by the Dudley agreed syllabus for Religious Education 2013 and supplemented by the content of 2021-2026. It has been carefully sequenced to ensure knowledge and skills are built upon and developed over time.
Children's RE skills and knowledge are assessed using the criteria provided by the Dudley agreed syllabus for Religious Education.
For further details of the Dudley agreed syllabus for RE, click here