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Religious Education



At All Saints’, Religious Education follows the Norfolk Agreed Syllabus 2019 and fulfils the Church of England Statement of Entitlement for RE (February 2019). Through RE, we want to give children knowledge and understanding of a range of religions and worldviews and we aim for children to become religiously literate. This means they will be able to hold balanced and informed conversations about these different religions and world views.


Our curriculum enquires into religions and worldviews through theology, philosophy and the human and the social science. Our pupils develop an enquiry based approach to their learning, and through this, they are able to make sense of religion and worldviews around them and begin to understand the complex world in which they live. Our curriculum enables pupils to become free thinking, critical participants of public discourse, who can make academically informed judgements about important matters of religion and belief.