Worcestershire RE syllabus is used for teaching and learning in RE.
Develop a knowledge and understanding of Christianity and other principal religious traditions represented in Great Britain;
Gain an understanding of the ways in which beliefs influence individuals, societies, communities and cultures in a global community;
Acquire a capacity to engage in a search for meaning and purpose in order to enhance their own spiritual and moral growth;
Discover opportunities for personal reflection and spiritual development;
Reflect upon their pursuit of a set of moral values which will be a guide to their behaviour;
Develop a positive attitude towards people who hold beliefs different from theirs;
Consider how their own experiences can contribute to reflection on the fundamental questions of human existence;
Acquire investigative and research skills in order for them to make reasoned judgement about religious issues;
Develop and apply their cross-curricular skills to the study of religious beliefs and practices;
Promote a willingness to challenge religious, racial and cultural stereotyping and prejudice;
Encourage, support and promote good relationships within and between families, communities and religions.