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“ Teachers promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development exceptionally well.”

Ofsted June 2012

 

Religious Education is provided on a non-denominational basis in accordance with the Education Reform Act, safeguarding the rights of parents, who so wish, to withdraw their children. Whilst Religious Education is taught within a Christian context, the children are also taught about the other faiths in society. The aim is to provide children with an understanding of religious beliefs and a growing awareness of how to live together, showing care and respect for each other and their beliefs.

 

Collective Worship takes place daily. During these sessions children are encouraged to

participate in singing and in listening to stories with spiritual or moral themes.

 

Religious Education Long Term Planning 2015.16

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