Subject Lead: Mrs Lubomski
Please use some of the ideas from below to further support your child’s learning and spiritual development:
https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCCkD-lPpfQXwELdgrJz7uwQ - Continue to check The Parish of St Stephen’s Skipton YouTube channel for live and pre-recorded masses.
http://www.wednesdayword.org/home/childrens - Continue to enjoy our weekly Wednesday Word from home!
https://www.jubileecentre.ac.uk/1790/character-education/activity-resources - Additional resources, based on virtues, to help home learning
"Religious Education is concerned not only with intellectual knowledge but also includes emotional and
affective learning...Without religious education, pupils would be deprived of an essential element of their
formation and personal development, which helps them attain a vital harmony between faith and culture."
(Religious Education Curriculum Directory p4)
Throughout St Stephen’s, we aim to:
‘Religious education is more than just one subject in the curriculum. In Catholic schools it is the core of the “core curriculum”’.
(Pope St. John Paul II, 1988)
“The outcome of excellent Religious Education is religiously literate and engaged young people who have the knowledge, understanding and skills – appropriate to their age and capacity – to reflect spiritually, and think ethically and theologically, and who are aware of the demands of religious commitment in everyday life".
(Religious Education Curriculum Directory 2012 p6).
The Teaching of Other World Faiths
EYFS - Celebrations across the year
St. George (1/2) - Judaism/ Sikhism
St. Patrick (2/3) - Sikhism/ Islam
St. Andrew (4) - Judaism
St. David (5) - Sikhism
St. Christopher (6) - Islam
RE Knowledge Organisers