Religious Education at Seaton St Paul's CE Junior School
The aim of Religious Education at Seaton St Paul’s is to enable all children to develop an understanding of, and respect for, world religions, faiths and worldviews. This enables them to develop religious literacy – the ability to participate in balanced, well-informed and respectful conversations about religion and belief. As a Church of England school with a deeply Christian vision, our Religious Education curriculum enables our pupils to develop an in-depth, mature understanding of Christianity and its relevance to their own lives.
To achieve this, by the end of Year 6, our pupils will:
- Know about and understand Christianity as a living faith that influences the lives of people worldwide and as the religion that has most shaped British culture and heritage.
- Know and understand about other major world religions and worldviews, their impact on society, culture and the wider world, enabling pupils to express ideas and insights.
- Have developed their own spiritual/philosophical convictions, exploring and enriching their own beliefs and values.