A Religious Education Council curriculum framework coverage mapping document. This document shows the Religious Education Council's curriculum framework attainment targets (non-statutory) mapped against Kapow Primary's Religion and worldviews units.
Does my school need this Religious Education Council curriculum framework coverage mapping document?
Community schools and any foundation and voluntary schools without a religious character are required to ‘give provision for religious education in accordance with an agreed syllabus’. (School Standards and Framework Act 1998)
The local Agreed Syllabus is determined by the SACRE (Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education) in your area and is statutory. Many SACRE’s use the non-statutory document A curriculum framework for Religious Education in England as the framework upon which their Agreed Syllabi are developed.
Because our scheme of work fulfils the requirements of the Curriculum Framework, upon which many SACRE’s build their Locally Agreed Syllabus (LAS), then it is therefore likely that by following our RE curriculum, your school will also be meeting the requirements laid out in your LAS.
This document shows where our curriculum meets the non-statutory requirements of the Curriculum Framework. It contains each end-of-key stage requirement from the Curriculum Framework and information about the units that will help pupils on their learning journey to meeting that statement by the end of Year 2 and Year 6.
We strongly advise that you check and continue to satisfy yourself regularly that the Kapow Primary scheme of work matches the requirements of your LAS.
What other Religion and worldviews resources do Kapow Primary have to support my teaching?
Kapow Primary’s Religion and worldviews units promote inclusive understanding, critical thinking, and respect for diverse perspectives. Our approach explores traditions, rituals, and theologies through multiple lenses.
Understandably, many teachers may like a little extra support when teaching such a broad range of ideas. So why not have a look at our additional resources to support your teaching of this fascinating subject?
General guidance, support and CPD
- A practical guide to Ofsted and cultural capital
- How does a spiral curriculum enhance learning?
- What are the benefits of integrated CPD?
What’s more, why not take a look at our Facebook group to get inspiration, support and ideas for teaching Religion and worldviews.