Religious Education

At Amble first School the teaching of Religious Education:
  • Helps pupils make sense of their own lives, the lives of those around them and in the wider world
  • Develops a pupils understanding of Religious beliefs and how this affects the way people live their lives as individuals, families, communities, cultures and civilisations
  • Addresses the issues of right and wrong and what it means to be a human
  • Develops pupils' knowledge and understanding of the world
  • Offers opportunities for personal development and spiritual development
  • Helps pupils respect differences and build tolerance and an open mind towards others 
  • Enables pupils to develop skills critical thinkers by sharing, exploring and discussing religious beliefs 
We follow Northumberland County Council's 'Agree Syllabus for Religious Education.' This sets out the statutory programmes of study for each year group from Reception to Year Four and provides us with ideas for activities.
The link to this information can be found here:
Thinking and linking our Religious knowledge and understanding is part of the bigger picture at Amble First school. Throughout the year we reflect upon, celebrate and experience religious occasions together in:
Our Learn to Fly assemblies
Our close links with the local churches- we celebrate harvest, Christmas and Easter at St Cuthbert's
Whole school celebrations- for example, Chinese New Year
Our visitors
Our charity work