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Curriculum

Religious Education

The City of York Religious Education Syllabus and Guidelines for Collective Worship at KS1 and KS2 are followed. No denominational teaching of R.E. takes place, but children are introduced to the Christian way of life, helped to appreciate society's moral values and are told stories from the Bible. There is a multicultural element in the R.E. curriculum, which the school believes to be important in equipping children with respect and tolerance for all who live within our global community. Assemblies make up an important part of each school day. The opportunity of meeting together, listening to stories, discussing topics of interest and looking at each other's school work is regarded as playing a major part in the development of the child's social and moral values.

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Acomb Primary School, York

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Acomb Primary School, York

A video prospectus about life at Acomb Primary School. See some of the many special things we do...

Daisy's Space Film

A video made by one of our pupils about space

Gorge Walking 2014 GoPro

Bewerley Park