Religious Education is taught according to the London Borough of Ealing’s agreed syllabus, where children develop an insight into their own and different religions. Threshold concepts have been created to ensure children recognise concepts and can build on their prior knowledge. In collaboration with our UNICEF Articles and approach, as well as our Havelock 5 Rs (responsibility, relationships, reflection, resilience and resourcefulness), we have reflections where pupils consider themes and what this might mean to them. This is also evident in class or phase assemblies, or school assemblies with parents. Each unit of learning starts with a Big Question that the pupils refer to and answer at the end of the half term or term. Key vocabulary is also discussed and built upon, while pupils learn about different concepts such as the beliefs in different religions, places of worship, holy days and festivals, pilgrimage and religious traditions.