Research and analysis

Enquiry-based religious education

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Smannell and Enham Church of England Aided Primary School teaches enquiry-based religious education.

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Smannell and Enham Church of England Primary School - good practice example.doc

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Smannell and Enham Primary School has effectively integrated ‘Philosophy for Children’ (P4C) within RE, in the context of implementing an innovative cycle of learning which lies at the heart of the syllabus. As a result, RE has been a catalyst for wider developments in teaching and learning across the school.