RE & Collective Worship
At Winsor, we follow the Newham Agreed Syllabus for RE.
We are preparing children to be reflective citizens in a multi-faith environment. RE and Collective Worship help pupils explore their place in the world and think about their values.
Children take part in high quality dialogues about their learning and they are encouraged to ask significant questions about life.
We celebrate a variety of festivals and talk about them during our assemblies. Each year, children take part in Cultural Week during which they explore different religions and show their understanding through art and creative writing. Each of our assemblies includes a moment of reflection that helps children think about significant values.
Children take part in educational visits to a variety of places of worship and their work is displayed in the school for others to appreciate and reflect on. Moreover, pupils have opportunities to learn about children’s rights (described in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child) because Winsor is working with UNICEF in order to receive the Rights Respecting School Award.