In RE the children learn about 6 major religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism, following the agreed Bradford syllabus. 

Our curriculum aims to promote understanding, respect, and appreciation for the diverse religious and non-religious beliefs, values, and practices that shape individuals, communities, and societies locally, nationally, and globally. We believe that RE plays a vital role in fostering mutual respect, community cohesion, and personal development by encouraging pupils to explore, question, and reflect on their own beliefs, experiences, and identities, as well as those of others, within the context of a multicultural society.

Our curriculum is designed to develop learners who have:

  • a strong level of religious understanding and knowledge
  • a thorough engagement with a range of big questions about the meaning and significance of existence
  • the ability to ask significant and reflective questions about religion and demonstrate an excellent understanding of issues related to the nature, truth and value of religion
  • a strong understanding of how the beliefs, values, practices and ways of life within any religion cohere together
  • the ability to think for themselves and take the initiative in, for example, asking questions, evaluating ideas and working constructively with others
  • significant levels of originality, imagination or creativity, which are shown in their responses to their learning in RE
  • the ability to link the study of religion and belief to personal reflections on meaning and purpose
  • a wide knowledge and deep understanding across a wide range of religions and beliefs