Bulford Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4 8DL
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Every child, Every chance, Every day
Religious Education at our school asks about meaning and purpose. Space is given for the children to reflect on their beliefs and ideas. We enjoy exploring Christianity and Islam alongside the other principal religions and world views. Time and space is given for the children to discuss the big questions, share their thoughts and ideas and reflect on the nature of truth. The Religious Education classroom is always a lively, creative and safe place to be!
Children at our school enjoy exploring different faiths and beliefs through art, drama, dance and discussion. Here are some examples of the exciting and creative work our children have produced.
This term Chestnut and Hawthorn classes have really enjoyed exploring the story of Moses in a dramatic way. The children have hot seated Moses, created freeze-frames and brought their characters to life through diary entries.
Oak and Lime classes
In term four the children will being thinking about the Easter story. They will question why Easter matters to Christians.
Willow and Sycamore classes
In term four the children will be exploring the concept of salvation. They will ask the question, 'Why is Good Friday called 'Good'?'. They are looking forward to lots of drama, art and discussion based learning.
Chestnut and Hawthorn classes
In term four the children will continue to study the story of Moses. They will also exploring the concept of salvation. They will think about what Jesus did to save humans. Chestnut and Hawthorn classes are really looking forward to a trip to our local church to see how Christians celebrate Easter.