Religious Education (RE)

We live in an increasingly diverse society, religiously and culturally. Religious Education plays a special role in preparing pupils to flourish in this complex world. This will often mean reflecting on views and behaviours that they have previously not encountered, and which may not correspond neatly with their own views and understandings of the world. Religious Education therefore not only enables pupils to build up a core basis of relevant knowledge and insights and supports them as they explore the “big questions” about life and formulate and express their own views and values, it also challenges pupils to recognise and confront negative attitudes towards diversity, both in society at large and within themselves (Staffordshire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education). Our RE curriculum works in line with the Staffordshire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education and Understanding Christianity from the Church of England Education Office. 


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