When a child leaves Norton CEVC Primary School, we want them to be religiously literate. They will be able to engage in meaningful and informed dialogue about faiths and world views, showing an informed and respectful attitude. To enable them to do this, they will have developed knowledge and understanding of Christianity as a living faith, which influences the lives of people worldwide. They will also have knowledge and understanding of other major religions and world views; their impact on society, culture and the wider world. At the end of their time at Norton, children will have an awareness of their own spiritual, philosophical and ethical convictions and how these influence the way that they live their lives.
All classes have 1 hour of RE timetabled a week. We follow The Emmanuel Project units studying key concepts within religions. Our Religious Education meeting the statutory requirements set out in the Suffolk Locally Agreed Syllabus.