Religious Education at Manor Farm is taught in line with the Bucks Agreed Syllabus, which recommends teaching 40% of learning about Christianity, 20% Islam and 20% Hinduism. The remainder 10% is used to look at Judiaism, Sikhism and Buddhism.

Children find out about how and why believers celebrate together, how rituals help their faith and how they find their identity.

Children are encouraged to consider their own beliefs as well as those of others. They are encouraged to make comparisons, explore differences and understand why people of faith do certain things and find their identity in their belief. They also find out about religious vocabulary, rituals and festivals.


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