RE, like every other subject in the curriculum, has a contribution to make to the personal development and well-being of every pupil. The ability to explain our own values and beliefs and to understand more about the beliefs and values of others is more important than ever.
We at the Round House believe that Religious Education plays an important part in the broad-based curriculum provided for our children. It supports the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of the children as well as areas such as Personal and Social Development and Creative Development.
Following the Cambrigeshire scheme of work we aim to enable pupils to develop positive attitudes to their learning and to the beliefs and values of others through the development of four attitudes which are essential for good learning in religious education:
• respect for all
• appreciation and wonder.