Religious Education

At Sladefield Infant School religious education is based around the principals of our school aims to ‘Be Happy, Be Healthy, Be Safe, Always Do Your Best’. It links closely with the school’s Values and the Unicef Rights Respecting articles which state the Rights of the Child.

“Religious Education aims at spiritual, moral, cultural, and social development and prepares pupils for a future in society by:

  • Learning from faith
  • Learning about religious traditions” (Birmingham Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education 2007)

 It enables and encourages pupils to develop their own beliefs and values. It also encourages a knowledge and understanding of religion and the world around them, which helps to prepare them for life in a society characterized by diversity.