“The school has a strong commitment to developing all aspects of teaching and learning in RE using the diocesan syllabus and on-going evaluation leads to adapting this to reflect the outlook of the school. RE is valued throughout the school and children take pride in their ‘special book’ to record their written work in.” Church Inspection Report
We believe that the aim of religious education is to contribute to the development of the mind, body and spirit, to celebrate children as individuals, to develop their beliefs, values and attitudes through the exploration of the significance and place of Christianity and other religions, with an emphasis on the beliefs and practices of Christianity.
We endeavor to do this by giving pupils opportunities to develop spiritually, morally, intellectually, emotionally and physically, towards their full and unique potential, under the guidance of God. We follow the Liverpool Diocesan Agreed Syllabus for teaching religious education which is based upon the traditions, practices and teachings of Christianity and other World Religions. Learning about religion and learning from religion form the two elements of the curriculum.