At LJS, we follow the Gloucestershire Agreed Syllabus for RE, which aims to prepare pupils for living in a multi-faith society through learning about Christianity and other religions. We offer opportunities for reflection and challenge pupils to explore religious beliefs and practices.
Collective worship takes place each day through assemblies and are based around our school values. During each term we focus on one of the school values; this allows us to ensure our pupils know what they mean and how to behave according to each one.
Below are the units the children will work on throughout their time at Longlevens Junior School;
The Year 6s invited three visitors into school to explain and discuss aspects of their religions.
Year 4 were lucky enough to have visitors in to talk about Hinduism. Did you know that Hinduism is not a religion, it is a way of life?