At Buglawton, children begin to explore the world of religion in terms of special people, books, times, places and objects and by visiting places of worship. They listen to and talk about stories. Our children are introduced to religious words where appropriate and use their senses in exploring religions and beliefs, practices and forms of expression. They reflect on their own feelings and experiences and use their imagination and curiosity to develop their appreciation and wonder of the world in which they live.
Alongside our Religious Education syllabus provided by Cheshire East, we refer to the most relevant statements taken from the Early Learning Goals in the EYFS statutory framework and the Development Matters age ranges for Three and Four-Year-Olds and Reception when teaching RE. The most relevant statements are taken from the following areas of learning:
- Personal, Social and Emotional Development
- Understanding the World
By the end of the EYFS, our children will:
Vocabulary we use:
Baptism, ceremony, font, creation, celebration, christening, love, family, Jesus, birth, Christmas, celebrate, donkey, sheep, shepherds, Wise men, baby, Bible, Christian, Church, special, important, dead, alive, garden tomb, Son of God, Christians, Easter, New life, Springtime, pray, sing, kneel, hands raised.