Every pupil has a statutory entitlement to Religious Education as it makes a distinctive contribution to a broad and balanced curriculum. Pupils at Elworth Hall are given the opportunity to explore the role and significance of religion in society and the important beliefs and values that shape the world today.
- helps pupils understand the religious experience of others
- supports pupils in their own search for meaning and purpose in life
- helps pupils develop their own beliefs, values and ideals
- provides a safe and secure environment for pupils to challenge prejudices and misconceptions
- encourages tolerance and respect for themselves and for other people
- enables pupils to be discerning so that they can make informed choices about systems of belief whether faith based or secular
- encourages pupils to recognise and celebrate diversity in society
- enhances pupils’ understanding of history, art, music, literature and the media.
We follow the Cheshire East Agreed Syllabus (2016-2021).
Below is an overview of RE taught throughout the year groups.