|At Ashcott we teach Religious Education in accordance with the Local Education Authority's Agreed Syllabus 'Awareness, Mystery and Value 2019'. It is broadly Christian in character but reflects the importance of the role of religious belief in the wider world today. Through this syllabus, children learn about a variety of faiths and religious beliefs in order to encourage understanding and tolerance of the beliefs of others.|
|In Key Stage 1, children learn about, and from, the religions of Christianity and Judaism as well as about non-religious views.|
In Key Stage 2, children learn about, and from, the religions of Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism as well as about non-religious views.
In addition to the focus on the religions indicated above, learning may include additional studies of religions and beliefs, as appropriate and according to local or specific curriculum interests/topics.
See the Awareness, Mystery and Values website for further details...