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Curriculum Intent

We want our children to be open minded, independent, respectful, resilient, active, creative and forward thinking.


Curriculum Overview




Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term


The EYFS curriculum allows for flexible planning to respond to current events in the setting as well as the interests of children. We ensure our curriculum provides children with opportunities to:

  • talk about past and present events in their own lives and in the lives of family members

  • know that other children don’t always enjoy the same things, and are sensitive to this

  • know about similarities and differences between themselves & others, & among families, communities & traditions


Our Wonderful World

Special Books

What do Hindus celebrate?


Christmas Celebrations

What do Muslims celebrate?

Who was Buddha?


What is the Bible &

why is it important for Christians?

Jewish Celebrations

Sikh Rites of Passage


Islamic Rites of Passage

Why is Easter

important to Christians?

Belonging and Identity


Buddhist Worship and Beliefs

Stories of Hinduism

Belief in our Community


What is a church?

Sikh Worship and Community

What happens when we die?


Curriculum Impact


In every RE lesson, teachers mark books regularly to progress with their short-term planning. We offer the best possible support for all of our pupils, including our EAL children. Skills in RE develop each year. 


Our staff use baseline assessments to regularly assess what the children know as the topic progresses and inform their future planning.


Assessment information is integral to our monitoring cycle.  Our monitoring cycle is developed at the beginning of each academic year.  Monitoring in RE includes: lesson observations, book scrutinies and pupil voice.

Religious Education at Lawrence