Religious Studies plays a major role in the curriculum in enabling students to explore their own beliefs and values as well as becoming more informed about those of others. It enables students to acquire and develop knowledge and understanding of a range of religious and non-religious life stances and to develop respect and sensitivity so that, as future citizens, they will value and celebrate cultural and religious diversity. Religious Studies also makes a valuable contribution to students’ life long search for truth and meaning. In a world full of ethical and philosophical issues this is as important now as it has ever been.
We deliver our lessons with vibrancy and enthusiasm and through our dedication to the subject area we ensure high standards and outcomes. We aim to challenge our students in their Religious Studies lessons so that they learn to challenge their own views and question the views of others.