Welcome to our Religious Education page. Here you can find lots of information about Religious Education across our school.
Statement of Intent
Religious education promotes pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. It promotes respect towards others with different beliefs and faiths and encourages pupils to develop a sense of identity and belonging. Pupils learn through an enquiry based approach where they can develop an understanding and appreciation of beliefs and cultural practices in both the local and wider community. The key aims for religious education are to learn about religion and belief and to learn from religion and belief.
Our Religious Education Lead is Mrs Lisle.
Religious Education at Bowburn Primary School
Nursery classes learn about festivals and celebrations.
Reception learn about festivals and celebrations.
Year One were trying to answer the question, ‘What would I see in a church?’. We visited Christ the King church in Bowburn to look for some of the features we had learned about.
Year two learn about Saint Cuthbert.
Year two enjoyed a visit to Durham Cathedral.