Religious Education and Worldviews
At Warter CE School we intend to present those all-important bridges from RE knowledge and curriculum content to provide the children with relevant and deep understanding of what faith and practice means not only to the believer but to the learner, regardless of their personal stance. At Warter CE School we are working together to provide a solid foundation to learn, grown and achieve, through our Christian values of hope, perseverance, friendship and respect.
We intend to provide rich experiences and opportunities for children to develop their Religious Literacy through the inclusion of worldviews and the connecting lenses of Theology, Philosophy and Social Sciences. Religious Education & Worldviews is at the heart of our curriculum and never has it been more relevant to encourage learners to consider and question, relating the views of believers to their own experiences.
Through Religious Literacy we intend to equip children with systematic and powerful knowledge, deepening as they progress through the school. We believe RE provides multiple opportunities to develop an understanding of key concepts from a range of Religions and Worldviews while enabling children opportunities to interpret and critically evaluate texts, sources of wisdom and authority.
We want our young people learn to weigh up the value of wisdom from different sources, to develop and articulate their insights in response, and to agree or disagree respectfully.
Our commitment to spiritual, moral and social values as a critical feature of our curriculum exciting ways to ignite curiosity and foster all that good quality religious education can bring. It offers bridges to our local, incredibly rich, cultural and faith heritage and offers many opportunities for exciting and meaningful learning