At Hadrian Primary School we follow the South Tyneside Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education.
Our R.E. curriculum is predominantly Christian in nature with three or more elements of Christianity being studied in each year group. Throughout their time at Hadrian the children will also study a number of other core religions including; Judaism, Sikhism and the Hindu religion. To reflect the multicultural diversity of our school we also incorporate at least one Islamic topic in each year group.
There are three key elements in R.E. - knowledge and understanding of Religion, critical thinking and personal reflection. All children are encouraged to empathise and show respect for the personal beliefs of others within the school and wider community.
Class 3 have made some lucky money wallets to celebrate Chinese New Year.
The children in Class 4 have enjoyed making mezuzah scrolls. Mezuzah scrolls are pieces of parchment inscribed with religious texts and attached in a case to a doorpost of a Jewish house as a sign of their faith.
Class 9 have been studying the Last Supper. They have learnt what happened during the Last Supper and why these events are significant for Christians.
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