Religious Education


In Religious Education, Year Two have been learning about the Islamic celebrations of Ramadan and Eid. First the children found out that Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar, which is based on the moon. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn to dusk. The boys and girls compared this to


In Year 4, we have been learning all about Hindu festivals in RE. We began by learning about Holi, the festival of colour. The children listened to the story of Prahlad and learnt that his father, the king, wanted everyone to worship him but Prahlad continued to worship the Hindu god Vishnu. His fat


In RE, the boys and girls in Year 3 have been learning about the importance of Moses to people of the Jewish faith. They enjoyed listening to the story before ordering the events and verbally retelling it to their partners. The children were all very curious and asked some great questions along the


In R.E. the children have been learning about Pentecost. Year 6 were all familiar with the Easter Story, but the events after Jesus’s ascension to heaven were something new to them. They enjoyed finding out about key symbols and their relevance and then completing a storyboard to show the key events


In RE, the boys and girls are enjoying learning about the Jewish faith. They began by locating Jerusalem and the Western Wall and discussed why these are special places to Jewish people. They then identified objects which would be found in a synagogue and learned about their importance. The children


Today we went on a trip to the IKSON Hindu Temple on Westgate Road.  The visit to the Mandir is part of our RE focus this term on the Hindu faith and Kirtida the priest always welcomes us with a range of activities including drumming, dressing up, listening to some singing and the Puja prayer cerem


Everyone was very excited to go on their very first trip in Year One.   The children have been learning all about Christian churches. They have learnt what happens in a church and features of a church both inside and outside. On Wednesday we all walked down to St. Ninian’s church in Low Fell. We


This week Year Two had two special visitors. They came from Newcastle Central Mosque to teach the boys and girls all about life as a Muslim. The children found out that Muslims believe that we are all brothers and sisters and that we should therefore treat everyone with respect. First, the children


This week we have started our studies all about the Hindu faith.  We looked at key symbols, beliefs and locations of the Hindu faith including its origin and the range of Gods and Goddesses. We looked more closely at some of the different forms, features and qualities that the Gods had and how and