As a Voluntary Controlled school, we use the Locally Agreed RE Syllabus (Lancashire SACRE) to teach our children about religious traditions and practices. The Lancashire SACRE is a non-denominational syllabus. Christianity is taught for 50% of the curriculum, with our children learning about and exploring traditions in other faiths across the other 50%. By the end of KS2, our pupils will have touched upon all the six major world faiths in the world today.
The principal aim for RE in Lancashire is:
‘To support pupils’ personal quest for meaning by engaging enquiry into the question
“What is it to be human?” exploring answers offered by religion and beliefs.’
– (Lancashire Agreed Syllabus For Religious Education, 2016)