Religious Education

We follow Surrey’s Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education which is non-denominational. Children are introduced to Christianity through stories, customs and celebrations, special places, people and artefacts. A carefully planned scheme of work includes teaching about aspects of two other religions, Judaism and Islam. The experiences of our children are enhanced by religious artefacts, visitors and regular visits to our parish church.




Year One


Who is Jesus?

Harvest Festival and Pause Day

What Why did Jesus tell parables?

Why is Christmas important to Christians


What do Christians believe God is like?

What are symbols and why do people use them?


What do eggs have to do with Easter?


What is the Torah and why is it important to Jews

Why do Jewish families celebrate Shabbat?

Why should we look after our world?

Year Two 



Why is Harvest a world-wide celebration?


Why is the Bible an important book to Christians?

What does the Christmas story tell Christians about Jesus?


Why is church important to Christians?

Why do Christians call Jesus ‘Saviour’?

Why is Easter important to Christians?


Who is Allah, and how do Muslims worship Him?

What is important to Muslim families?

Is prayer important to everyone?