Religious Education

Our school is non-denominational and our programme of study follows the revised Suffolk Agreed Syllabus. Every class spends time across the year exploring different faiths and cultures from around the world.

There are daily acts of collective worship either as a whole school community or in individual classes. If you wish to withdraw your child from acts of worship, please contact the Headteacher who will arrange this for you.

Miss Jones

RE Subject Leader

RE in the News

Wedding Dresses

The children in Kingfishers Class were very lucky as they had three visitors to the classroom this week, Mrs Kite, Mrs Allum and Mrs Clark. They had brought in their wedding dresses and photo albums. The children really enjoyed listening to Mrs Kite and Mrs Allum...

Royal Wedding @ Stratford St Mary

On Wednesday afternoon the children in Kingfisher Class participated in their own 'Royal Wedding' of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Reverend Rosalind came to school and carried out the wedding ceremony. The children took on a role and all enjoyed the special...

Church Visit

As part of their topic,  Kingfishers Class went for a walk to the church to find out about different things in the village. The children were  able to follow instructions carefully and were very well behaved as they walked to the church. Reverend Rosalind met them at...

The Christmas Story for Advent

On Tuesday the children in Kingfishers and Woodpeckers class went to the Discovery Centre at St Edmundsbury Cathedral to learn about the Christmas story for advent. The children were told the story through reflective storytelling and created their own cardboard advent...

The Magical Christmas Jigsaw

On Wednesday afternoon and evening, the school hall was packed to the rafters and we felt we were getting a feel of how Mary & Joseph felt in Bethlehem! The only difference was, there was room at our inn (or school hall) and the children performed their nativity - The...

Christingle Kindness

Following on from our Christingle Service in December, some of our children collected money  for 'The Children's Society'.  One of the girls sold some of her own toys to raise money - well done and thank you for your generosity.

Christingle in the Church

On Friday, all the children went into their 'Houses' to create Christingle oranges, with the older ones helping the younger ones put sweets and raisins on cocktail sticks and sticking red tape around the middle. After lunch, the children carried their oranges, which...

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