Through RE, The Charvil Piggott Primary School educates, inspires and engages students to be lifelong, reflective learners. Students become literate in moral, ethical and religious views of the ever-changing, present day. Students learn in an atmosphere that promotes advocacy for others alongside personal spiritual growth, and as such, they go on to lead a life in all its fullness.
Our curriculum intent is founded on the Church of England Religious Education Statement of Entitlement for Church Schools and the Pan-Berkshire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education.
Religious Education at Charvil Piggott Primary School engages pupils in a rich, intellectual discourse about religious traditions that have shaped Great Britain and the world.
Religious Education enables students to use a multi-disciplinary approach to tackling significant human questions of believing, behaving and belonging (as outlined in the Pan-Berkshire syllabus). Pupils use this to reflect on their own world view and meaning to life, and how that impacts their life and window into the world.
In line with the requirements of a Church of England school, pupils learn and understand Christianity as a diverse global living faith through the exploration of core beliefs and practices using an approach that critically engages with biblical text and the diversity within Christianity.
RE contributes to the cultural capital of every pupil in the school and plays a major role in Charvil Piggott Primary School's spiritual, social and moral development programme.
Through RE we: