ReligiousEducation is important because it helps pupils to: Respect others and gain a broader understanding of views and beliefs and Improve their knowledge of global affairs 

Pupils are encourages to enter into rich discourse about the religious and non-religious traditions that have shaped Great Britain and the World. They are expected to think for themselves around these values. In learning to critically interpret and evaluate the content that is presented, pupils will grow in their ability to discern. 

They will understand a person’s particular religion or worldview from what they have learned about their values. 

Pupils will also identify that the people around them have made their own decisions about belief and character, just as they have. 

Through the study of religion pupils will gain a wider understanding of the communities that we serve and their place in that community. 

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ReligiousEducation is important because it helps pupils to: Respect others and gain a broader understanding of views and beliefs and Improve their knowledge of global affairs 

Pupils are encourages to enter into rich discourse about the religious and non-religious traditions that have shaped Great Britain and the World. They are expected to think for themselves around these values. In learning to critically interpret and evaluate the content that is presented, pupils will grow in their ability to discern. 

They will understand a person’s particular religion or worldview from what they have learned about their values. 

Pupils will also identify that the people around them have made their own decisions about belief and character, just as they have. 

Through the study of religion pupils will gain a wider understanding of the communities that we serve and their place in that community. 

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ReligiousEducation is important because it helps pupils to: Respect others and gain a broader understanding of views and beliefs and Improve their knowledge of global affairs 

Pupils are encourages to enter into rich discourse about the religious and non-religious traditions that have shaped Great Britain and the World. They are expected to think for themselves around these values. In learning to critically interpret and evaluate the content that is presented, pupils will grow in their ability to discern. 

They will understand a person’s particular religion or worldview from what they have learned about their values. 

Pupils will also identify that the people around them have made their own decisions about belief and character, just as they have. 

Through the study of religion pupils will gain a wider understanding of the communities that we serve and their place in that community. 

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