Religious Education


Religious Education at Highfield

Religious Education is an important part of Highfield Primary School’s Curriculum and plays a vital role in ensuring our children develop enquiring minds and a tolerance of others. RE is taught in line with Enfield’s Agreed Syllabus (see link below) and children learn about and learn from the world’s six major faiths. We take an enquiry based approach to learning in RE. Pupils have opportunities to be creative, to meet practitioners of different faiths and to ask questions in a safe environment.

Click here to see The RE Curriculum and timetable for visits to places of worship.

RE News.

The Autumn Term was a busy term with lots of different festivals and celebrations.

In October Year 1 performed their fantastic harvest festival assembly.  

In November Year 5 visited the Mevlani Rumi Mosque in Edmonton.   

Year 2 learned about the Hindu Festival of Diwali and had a Diwali Day celebration. At the end of the day parents visited the classes to see the lovely work they had done.    

In December Nursery performed the Nativity and Highfield’s choir performed at Winchmore Hill Baptist. Andy Potter, the minister at Winchmore Baptist Church, also visited the school and gave an assembly about Christmas and the importance of this festival for Christians around the world.

Assemblies calendar

Autumn 2016

Spring 2017


World Religions Homework Help


Policies and Information

Religious Education Policy – Click here
Collective Worship Policy – Click here
Spiritual, Moral , Social and Cultural (SMSC Policy) – Click here
Information on visits to places of worship – Click here