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Religious Education

Children will develop their knowledge and understanding of Christianity, and other principal religions and beliefs represented in Great Britain, which include Judaism and Islam.  Within each year group, teachers draw from different religions and viewpoints to recognise and celebrate the diversity of the school community, especially those views represented in their own classes.  Children develop an interest in and enthusiasm for the study of religion and beliefs and enhance their own spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.  They develop the ability to make reasoned, informed and creative responses to religious and moral issues.  Children will recognise the influence of beliefs, values and traditions on the individual, on culture and on communities around the world and places of religious importance.