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Impact - what are the outcomes of teaching RE at Smarden?

The impact of our RE curriculum is measured through our monitoring cycle, which includes book looks, learning walks, pupil and staff voice, planning scrutiny and curriculum intent reviews.

 

Upon review, the subject leader agrees and formulates an action plan for improvement. The intended impact of our RE curriculum  is outlined below:

 

Our pupils:

  • Can articulate and explain what RE is;
  • Are equipped with extensive RE knowledge and vocabulary;
  • Have a passion for RE and a sense of curiosity to investigate different religions;
  • Have an excellent knowledge of religions and worldviews;
  • Understand and embrace diversity;
  • Understand the differences and similarities of different religions;
  • Are able to live in a country that is diverse in terms of cultures, religions and beliefs;
  • Recognise anti-social behaviour such as racism and develop strategies to deal with it;
  • Understand how one religion has influenced the development of another;
  • Are well-rounded spiritually, morally, socially and culturally
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