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Religious Education at St Cleopas

A high quality religious education (RE) curriculum is essential to teach a broad and balanced curriculum. At the heart of RE in our school is the teaching of Christianity, rooted in the person and work of Jesus Christ. As part of an inclusive community, we encourage learning about other religions and world views fostering respect for all.

 

Below are just some examples of the wonderful RE at St Cleopas.

Please see individual class pages to find further celebration of our RE work.

 

 

Miss McDowell is part of the LTLRE North programme. This aims to improve the quality of Religious Education in all schools in the region through:

• building communities of RE teachers across the region in hubs
• engaging in research projects
• disseminating best practice
• creating partnerships with others

The most recent event was a great success. Sharing information about a support network through Facebook (LTLRE North) and access to resources through Google Drive. A faith carousel was also set up, with support from the team at Liverpool Community Spirit. This was a great opportunity to hear stories and explore artefacts from a range of faith groups, asking questions to develop a deeper understanding. Thank you to all who attended.
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Easter Unwrapped

Becca and Mike have been busy working with key stage 2 classes to discover the true meaning of Easter. Thank you :)

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Sweaty Church!

A huge thank you to Mike for the fantastic sweaty church event! Great fun and lots of reflection.

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Year 2

We looked at the importance and symbolism of light to many different faith groups.

 

Christians use light at many special services throughout the year, but can also be used during worship to remind us of the Holy Spirit. 

 

Lamps are lit in Sikhism on Diwali, the festival of light. These lamps, which are traditionally fueled by mustard oil, are placed in rows or patterns in windows, doors and outside buildings to decorate them.

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