Listen to the Lord’s Prayer.
Religious Education at Woodford Valley C of E Primary Academy enables all pupils to have an awe and wonder of the world grounded in distinct Christian values.
We believe that children should be encouraged to ask ‘Big Questions’ in RE which drives their learning, wisdom and curiosity. These questions are based around Christianity as well as other faiths, including Islam and Judaism, which allow the children to explore their relationships with God, each other and the wider world and enables them show respect and dignity towards others.
RE encourages the children to build up their skills of trust and empathy within the school community and beyond. We want to nurture our children spiritually so they become the best that they can be.
When teaching RE, teachers strive to make it creative, inspiring, challenging and ensure children are given the opportunity to develop their own beliefs and values. We use the Wiltshire Agreed Syllabus for our planning, teaching and assessment; alongside this we use the Understanding Christianity resource. Our staff work together to achieve excellent outcomes for the learners who develop as well rounded caring people.
RE is at the core of our everyday school life its values and skills enable the children to question, contribute and develop their learning.
We want our children to enjoy religious education, having embedded ideas and values which they can take with them on the next stage of their Christian and learning journey.
Wilsford Class made artwork for an exhibition at Salisbury Cathedral on the theme of Modern Slavery.
|Our school value this term is Thankfulness.
Let us pray
As we come to the end of another school year, a year in which we have seen many unexpected changes, where pupils have had to stay at home, we give thanks for our teachers and staff as they have worked hard to teach all pupils and keep all safe.
We pray for our year 6 pupils, that as they move on to the next stage in their lives they can go forward with joy, courage and resilience in the months and years ahead, we shall miss them.
We pray for all our families and friends, for all our staff, that as we begin the summer break we can have fun, keep well and return refreshed. We pray for our staff who will be working on making our school safe for the return of all our pupils in September.
In our prayers today we pray for anyone we know who is not well at this time.