Religious education bundle
Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus of Religious Education 2017-2022
The new syllabus parallels the National Curriculum for community schools and is recommended for Church schools, academies and free schools. This agreed syllabus sets out the statutory requirements for Hertfordshire Community Schools and Foundation and Voluntary Schools without a religious character. It offers clarity and revision to the aims, time allocation, breadth of study and expected learning outcomes for Religious Education.
Religion for Today and Tomorrow
The new non-statutory guidance to support the Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus of Religious Education is an invaluable resource that will help practitioners to effectively organise their Religious Education curriculum. This 76 page colour supplement invites learning across the eight key areas of Religious Education for pupils in EYFS, key stage 1, lower key stage 2, upper key stage 2 and key stage 3:
- guidance for planning
- routes into learning
- programmes of study planning charts
- expected learning outcomes wheels for assessment
- questions and ideas to develop learning and understanding of Christianity, the principal religions and worldviews and to explore deeper questions
- links to the previous Hertfordshire non-statutory schemes of work
These two Religious Education publications complement each other as one provides the statutory requirements and the other supports high quality provision.
Exemplars of long and medium term planning to support teachers in writing plans for their individual settings are available to download from the RE section on the Hertfordshire Grid for Learning.
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