Religious Studies is an important subject to promotes the “spiritual, moral, cultural and mental
development of all pupils”.
Our principal aim is to enable pupils to understand the nature of religious beliefs and practices and the importance and influence of these in the lives of believers.
We seek to create an environment in which pupils learn to appreciate the faith and practices of others, to produce open-minded students who are aware of a variety of different cultures in the community that they live in and the religious practices in which they participate.
In today's world, where a city/town or even houses are made up of different religions and beliefs, we want our students to fit in with their own beliefs and practices as well as respecting all other faiths in a multicultural place.
Religious studies will be taught up to GCSE level.