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22/10/21

The new members of our school are checking the parking!! https://t.co/rhzkqgwYOU

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12/10/21

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A great opportunity to join at a very exciting time on its journey. See link below to apply or to arrange a visit (or DM for an informal chat) Would love to hear from you. https://t.co/cxdvhzgsa1

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08/10/21

Hot chocolate with the head! https://t.co/Kon5h5hla4

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06/10/21

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Nursery forest school enjoyed finding conkers, experimenting to see if they would roll, then using paint and the best conkers to make awesome pictures. https://t.co/hWEf88m5Rk

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06/10/21

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Excited that everyone is together for our Chalklands Curriculum staff meeting https://t.co/3WlEqthZnW

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01/10/21

Today’s hot chocolate with head featured a special guest https://t.co/6L3Z0wLaHI

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30/09/21

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Reception have loved making their paper plate self-portraits https://t.co/fV95CAh6dm

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24/09/21

Before the sharing afternoon, we managed to squeeze in a hot chocolate Friday with our new mugs! https://t.co/LA5wp3jGRD

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11/09/21

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Thank you so much to the parents, children and staff for using their Saturday to help prepare for our new gardening area - amazing work!! https://t.co/XPvaRhlV3i

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11/09/21

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All clear...... https://t.co/TRVmHex1kz

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11/09/21

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Thankyou to the PTA for amazing teamwork this morning, with parents and children volunteering at our working party to clear the old planting & growing area and outdoor learning area in preparation for the new gardening area. https://t.co/DVoOE4nwBx

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10/09/21

Hot Chocolate Friday!! https://t.co/eUpyxoZqw8

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08/09/21

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Wonderful to be back in singing assemblies with an emotional 🎶 https://t.co/5WvtIiLpZS

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25/06/21

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A fantastic day of high quality PD across Chalklands.Thank you to our presenters and all the amazing staff

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11/06/21

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Nursery experimented with colours in the natural world today by sticking flowers, leaves and grass to trees with sticky plastic. https://t.co/EXUkha1wfE

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11/06/21

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Well done everyone for trying!

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11/06/21

Today’s royal celebrations at Whyteleafe! https://t.co/W9uPDn1uoN

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08/06/21

Year 4 were inspired by the BFG to create their own dream jars and write about their favourite dreams and their feelings https://t.co/MZ8zDiVzRJ

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08/06/21

Thank you to our wonderful PTA for erecting our reading sheds over half term! They are amazing! https://t.co/AuNCsT7TXG

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26/05/21

Our nursery children enjoyed their outdoor learning at forest school today! https://t.co/YZON82vLC2

R.E.

At Whyteleafe, we provide all of our children with an understanding of a broad range of religions and cultures which develops the children’s understanding of the world around them.  We feel it is important to ensure children are understanding of the diverse world that we live in today. We believe that RE provides an excellent opportunity to teach, discuss and reflect on living in a multicultural society. 

Our curriculum supports pupils to consider their own spiritual and moral values, questioning the meaning and purpose of life.  We encourage the children to look at real life artefacts and to discuss their own real life experiences of different religions.  Throughout their time at Whyteleafe, our children learn about a wide range of religions and cultures and how they make us unique and special and the importance of demonstrating respect for different beliefs.  As a result, our pupils are enabled to become accepting and tolerant individuals with a good understanding of the world they live in.

British values are taught through this curriculum area especially mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.  Children can discuss, debate, explore and discover in order to learn more about the world they live in.  

The Surrey Syllabus takes into account that Great Britain is traditionally Christian while also taking into account the teachings and practices of other principle religions.

Through our RE curriculum, we promote oracy by immersing the children in topic related vocabulary, encouraging children to use this language during independent work, we encourage collaborative learning within the classroom offering all children the opportunities to present their knowledge in a variety of ways.

Teachers assess the children against the National Curriculum objectives termly and knowledge and skills are built upon yearly.

By the end of Year 6, a Whyteleafe child will understand and take into consideration a number of different religions, making them more understanding of the world around them.  Children will be able to reflect on their own personal views and be able to explain their views.

 

 

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