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Stowmarket: Cedars Park Primary School gets top marks for RE lessons

09:40 21 November 2012

Cedars Park school children after the school was awarded a RE quality mark.

Cedars Park school children after the school was awarded a RE quality mark.

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A SCHOOL has been recognised for its teaching of religious education (RE)after being awarded a Quality Mark.

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Cedars Park Primary School, in Stowmarket has received the accolade after being assessed in July.

The inspector spoke to a range of pupils of all ages across the school and was impressed by the questions the children were able to ask and debate.

Headteacher Clare Robinson said: “Working through RE allows the children to ask big questions about the world, other cultures and beliefs.”

She added: “The children’s questions steer the curriculum and this has a powerful impact on their learning. We are all very proud of this award.”

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