Today, our children delved into the rich tapestry of world religions through interactive RE workshops held across various year groups. These engaging sessions aimed to deepen their understanding and appreciation of different faiths, bringing cultural experiences to life in the classroom.

In Reception, children explored the concept of sacred places, focusing on Islam, Hinduism, and Judaism. Year 1 delved into the beliefs and practices of Judaism, while Year 2 explored the question of Muslim identity and the significance of sacred spaces in Judaism and Islam.

In Year 4, pupils investigated the contemporary Hindu experience in Britain, gaining insights into the traditions and values of Hinduism. Meanwhile, Year 5 children explored the modern Muslim identity in Britain, fostering a deeper understanding of Islamic culture and beliefs.

These workshops provided our children with valuable opportunities to engage with diverse perspectives, fostering empathy, understanding, and respect for different cultures and beliefs. Through hands-on activities and thought-provoking discussions, the children embarked on a journey of cultural exploration, enriching their educational experience and broadening their horizons.

Together, we continue to celebrate diversity and promote inclusivity in our school community.