Vision of the Religious Studies Curriculum

The Alsop RE curriculum seeks to equip young people for a life in the modern world where religious belief and world views play such an important role. RE gets to the heart of faith which, in its expression, has a direct impact on public life and the very essence of unity, integrity and humanity. Without it, education only skates the surface of the intricacy of interwoven beliefs and ideas that influence the dynamics of our 21st century world and ultimately affect the well-being and security of us all. The principle aim of the Religious Education curriculum is to explore the big questions about life, in order to find out what people believe, and what difference it makes to how they live. This will enable students to make sense of religion and worldviews and provides an opportunity to for them to reflect on their own ideas and ways of living.

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The RE Department has two fully equipped classrooms both with interactive whiteboards and visualizers. We have a wide range of religious artefacts and texts that are available for students to engage with to support their knowledge and understanding of the different world religions.

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