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06/02/23

A strange door has arrived at school this morning! Where has it come from? Where could it lead to? https://t.co/bOToDXPZ2h

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02/02/23

In nursery the children created their own crowns to become kings, queens, princes, and princesses. The children have also been exploring safety knives to cut up their own fruit at snack time, they have been so keen to demonstrate their independence! https://t.co/gcFpN4u6ra

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31/01/23

We are delighted to share that we received our silver certification for the Autism Aware Award today. We are proud of the work we are doing to make our school an inclusive environment where all children have the opportunity to reach their potential. https://t.co/GeHzMCV96z

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27/01/23

Year 1 have had a day to remember! Thank you to all of the parents who came to 'learn with your child' this morning to help them prepare a feast fit for a King! 👑 https://t.co/vLHkIwcdjx

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26/01/23

Year 3 worked collaboratively to divide numbers into groups by flexible partitioning using methods of their choice this morning. https://t.co/CdP8uuW1VN

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20/01/23

Year 3 had great fun this morning exploring different ways of preparing and cooking potatoes in D&T!🥔 https://t.co/qMPFJnbG2Z

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20/01/23

Nursery have been exploring the topic "do dragons exist" we have been learning about Knights, castles and dragons, they also created their own fire breathing dragons! https://t.co/Po9I96nGFl

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17/01/23

In Nursery, we have been celebrating Chinese New year, looking at lanterns, Chinese dancing and attempting to use chopsticks. https://t.co/hG9ysRZaZQ

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16/01/23

Some lovely creations from our Arts & Crafts club last week! 🖌️🎨 https://t.co/KQnMD5yJUq

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13/01/23

Don’t miss the admissions deadline on 15th January. Find out more about our great school https://t.co/GTDHku3imn and apply via WSCC online https://t.co/LvFSsvUQ9g

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13/01/23

Year 3 had an excellent time exploring and classifying different rock types in Geography as part of their 'Rocks, Relics and Rumbles' project this week. https://t.co/mh38YxHcFH

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06/01/23

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15/12/22

What a lovely week to end the term, Reception Nativity and community carols got us all in the festive spirit. Happy Christmas to all.

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15/12/22

The nursery children were so excited for their Christmas dinner. We have been exploring ice and snow, what better way than exploring real ice outside in this wintery weather. https://t.co/KgiPMhxsTg

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14/12/22

All set for Christmas dinner! 🎄 https://t.co/GGLLCSss7D

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13/12/22

Take care on your way to school, roads and pathways are still icy around Kilnwood Vale.

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12/12/22

Kilnwood Vale Primary School in the snow! ❄️ https://t.co/HDRIfsJXWh

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12/12/22

Due to weather conditions we are going to open at 10.30am today to give children and staff additional time to get to school safely. Please keep an eye out for emails and additional updates.

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08/12/22

This week in nursery we have performed our Christmas songs for our families, we all did such an amazing job! After our singing we then had a Christmas workshop where we enjoyed doing lots of Christmas crafts. https://t.co/ITnY3WROjy

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Religious Education at Kilnwood Vale

Our intent is for children to develop personally and support their understanding of spiritual, moral, social and cultural questions that may arise in their lives now or in theRE Pic7 future. We desire for children to be critical thinkers and ask in depth questions, in order to prompt a greater understanding about a range of different values and believes. This includes giving children time to reflect on their own thoughts and feelings. We are passionate about children celebrating diversity and being respectful and responsible members of society.

This is implemented through an enquiry approach, where each year group learns about Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism across the year.  The owl crew prompt children to ask questions and also supports them to answer challenging questions in a supportive manner. All enquires involve 4 steps which are engagement, investigation, evaluation RE Pic 3and expression. During these steps children can relate to the enquiry question using their own personal experience, acquire factual information about the religion/faith, make conclusions about the key question using their subject knowledge and finally children evaluate their learning, in response to the enquiry question, now they have gathered a greater understanding of the subject knowledge.

The impact of this can be seen though both formative and summative assessments, including children assessing their own learning at the end of each enquiry. Pupils voice is key to knowing the impact of their learning, which can be useful to ensure that impact matches the intent across theRE Pic  6 whole school community.

For further information on our Religious Education curriculum please see the documents below

Documents

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RE at Kilnwood Vale Primary School 27th May 2022 Download
RE Overview 11th Jan 2023 Download