The RE curriculum is planned to ensure that students make progress in their learning and gain a broad knowledge and understanding of RE. The curriculum intends to provide the structures and support systems that will enable the teaching of RE in a manner that is coherent, progressive, pedagogically and philosophically sound, and that will promote the cognitive, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of all learners.
Resources are differentiated and engaging to ensure that all of our students are inspired to learn and to foster an enjoyment of RE.
We provide our young people with the skills to cope and succeed in the wider world by embedding cultural capital and celebrating diversity through a wide range of texts and resources.
Literacy and communication skills are developed throughout the curriculum and assessment is used regularly to ensure RE targets are achieved and exceeded.