At Wybunbury Delves we aim to 'Light the spark for a love of learning and of life' and believe Religious Education is a subject which offers the very best opportunities to achieve this. We adopt SPARK approach to learning to foster and maintain children's curiosity in the world around them.
At Wybunbury Delves, we recognise that quality RE has the potential, more than any other subject, to have the most powerful and lasting effect on the child's heart and mind. It is a subject that combines academic rigour with the development of the character and spirit of the child. RE provides opportunities for spiritual development and personal reflection. On a quest to discover more about religion and world views, pupils will discover more about themselves. As RE develops children's knowledge and understanding of the nature of religion and belief, it provokes challenging questions about meaning and purpose, truth and values, identity and belonging. Pupils will experience, explore and encounter a wide range of creative and challenging multi-sensory activities that will help them to discover the answers to fundamental questions such as these: -
Who am I and what does it mean to be me?
In what ways do/can I relate to others?
How/where can I encounter God?
How can I make a positive contribution to the world in which I live?
What values, attitudes, beliefs and behaviour are important to me?
What does it mean to have faith?
Who/what influences and inspires me?
As a faith school, we follow the Blackburn Diocese Board of Education Questful RE scheme.
RE Long Term Plan