Religious Education


 Religious Education is an integral subject at Trent where pupils are taught about and learn from the Christian faith from the Early Years. Other faiths are introduced during key stage 2 to provide pupils with knowledge and awareness of the beliefs and practices of other major religions. Our school uses the London Diocese Scheme of Work and are working towards creating a unique curriculum, specific to our location, our local church and pupil backgrounds.

 Children are taught through a range of activities designed to promote questions of belief and value. Each class keeps a big book that acts as a record keeper to showcase learning in Religious Education. Events such as World Faith Week (held in the spring term) and Barnabas Day, as well as regular visits to our local church and places of worship such as St Paul’s Cathedral, ensure that pupils can enjoy first hand experiences of religious practice. Staff from our local church, Christ Church Cockfosters, can teach lessons thus providing another avenue for children’s learning.

Trent is striving to implement a scheme of work unique to its location and local church traditions.

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