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At St Paulinus we have several Interfaith days over the year which give every child an opportunity to learn about people of other faiths.  We strongly believe that all faiths should be respected and these days give us the opportunity to      reflect on the similarities and differences between each faith.

We believe that God created the world and so we will be able to see echoes of His design in each other and in other faiths.  It is through out interfaith days that we can investigate this.  We also believe that differences should be celebrated,      because God enjoys variety in His creation.

Each year has a different faith that they focus on over the year:

EYFS—Multicultural days

Year 1—Judaism

Year 2—Judaism

Year 3—Hinduism

Year 4—Sikhism

Year 5—Buddhism

Year 6—Islam

You will be able to see some of the learning that has been going on in this school book which will build up over the year.

 

 

Learning about other Faiths

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RE Curriculum

 

Here at St Paulinus Catholic Primary School we follow a scheme called. “The Way, The Truth and The Life,” which begins at Foundation Stage and continues through to Year 6.  Through this scheme we hope that our pupils will achieve four simple objectives:

 

•         To know and understand the scripture                   text

•         To put it into practice in school and at                   home

•         To reflect on how you behave

•         To observe how others behave

 

Within each topic the children draw on their own experiences to make links between religious stories and beliefs.  In addition, they are able to give reasons for their good behaviour and that of others around them.

 

 

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