Religious Education 2017-2018
This year at Well Lane RE will be taught across the school from Years 1-6 by Mrs McGrath.
Each year group will be learning about a different religion or aspect of RE. The children thoroughly enjoy learning about other religions and how they compare to our own beliefs or daily routines, and have embraced each topic so far.  Please find attached the yearly overview for the RE curriculum which highlights what will be taught to each year group and when. 
As part of our collective worship we say three prayers on a daily basis. These include a lunch time prayer, an end of the day prayer and a whole school prayer. 
Lunch Time Prayer
Thank you for the world so sweet,
Thank you for the food we eat,
Thank you for the birds that sing,
Thank you God for everything.
End of Day Prayer
At the end of the day we put our hands together and say thank you Lord for a lovely day,
Whole School Prayer
At the start of this school day,
Help us to learn and help us to play,
To try our best in all that we do,
To understand and remember too.
Year 1 have been learning about the story of Noah's Ark. They used small world play to re-enact the story.
 Year 6
During the spring term year 6 have been learning about the Easter story through art. They have been looking at different artists perspectives and have created their own still images of the events from the Easter story. Can you guess which scenes the children are portraying? 
Year 3
This term year 3 have been learning about the religion of Sikhism. We held a Sikh workshop where we were lucky enough to have a visit from Bobby Singh who is a practising Sikh from Manchester. He talked in depth about his religion and what it involves, and he also brought some items to show the children. They were particularly fascinated by the Kirpan!
Year 3 enjoyed acting out the story of The Good Samaritan.
Year 5 have been studying Islam and enjoyed a trip to the Birkenhead Mosque to consolidate their learning. They were able to watch the prayers take place and were shown how and why Muslims wash before prayers.