We study the six main religions in England. Children link their learning to their own experiences and journey through life. There are many visits and assemblies to further the children’s understanding of different faiths and beliefs
We want children to know and understand the sources of faith and their wisdom (including sacred texts) from a range of key faiths in our world today. Fair Field children should be comfortable to express their ideas and insights about the nature of beliefs, values and practices and their impact upon the identity of individuals and communities. We want to ensure children recognise, explore and respect the diversity which exists within and between religious traditions and express with increasing confidence their personal reﬂections, critical responses and connections to faith and belief enquiring into philosophical, moral and ethical issues. When the correct opportunities arise, we want Fair Field children to, engage with the questions and answers offered by religions and world views concerning ultimate questions and human responsibility. Developing the skills required to engage with others in dialogue and to cooperate in society with respect and compassion and empower our children with knowledge is our passion.