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I’m Mrs Govender. I am pleased to inform you that I will be very involved with the subject RE this year. I am looking forward to learning and teaching you all about the different religions and their practices; talk about how we can develop and show patience and tolerance for all of mankind. One of the things I have found is that the common theme of all religions is LOVE. I am looking forward to listening to all your points of view on the topic of Religious Education.

Religious Education at TMA

At TMA we aim to give the children  a vast knowledge and deep understanding across a wide range of religions and beliefs. We promote our children to be highly reflective of the religions that are taught and link this to their own personal beliefs, meaning and purpose. In addition to this, we encourage children to ask significant questions about religion and demonstrate an excellent understanding of issues related to the nature, truth a value of religion. Above all, we foster an safe environment where children are free to share beliefs, values, practice and way of life.

Celebrating Religious Festivals 

As a school, we are very proud of the diversity in our community. As a result, we have decided to celebrate a religious festivals throughout the academic year. Within these celebrations, children will be learning all about the key traditions and values of each religion as well as understanding why each festival is so important to that religion.

We will be starting with Diwali which is celebrated this year on the 14th November 2020. Look out for pictures of the day coming soon!