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Our high quality Religious Education curriculum develops the pupils’ knowledge and understanding of religion, beliefs and practice. It provides pupils with opportunities to identify questions and define enquiries, to develop enquiries by comparing and analysing a range of ideas and viewpoints, and to use empathy and reflection to evaluate their learning.  Our Religious Education makes an important contribution to pupils’ skills in Literacy, promoting questioning, discussion, critical thinking skills, reading, writing and evaluative skills.  It makes a significant contribution to British Values in that it fosters respectful attitudes to people with different views, faiths or World Views from their own. Our Religious Education curriculum promotes pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and each pupil’s self-worth through the development of their ideas, values, practices and identities. It enables pupils to develop cultural capital in order for them to be educated citizens.