Religious & Moral Education

Learning through religious and moral education enables the children to:

  • recognise religion as an important expression of human experience
  • learn about and from the beliefs, values, practices and traditions of Christianity and the world religions selected for study, and other traditions and viewpoints independent of religious belief
  • explore and develop knowledge and understanding of religions, recognising the place of Christianity in the Scottish context
  • investigate and understand the responses which religious and non-religious views can offer to questions about the nature and meaning of life
  • recognise and understand religious diversity and the importance of religion in society
  • develop respect for others and an understanding of beliefs and practices which are different from their own
  • explore and establish values such as wisdom, justice, compassion, and integrity and engage in the development of and reflection upon their own moral values
  • develop their beliefs, attitudes, values and practices through reflection, discovery and critical evaluation
  • develop their skills of reflection, discernment, critical thinking and deciding how to act when making moral decisions
  • make a positive difference to the world by putting their beliefs and values into action
  • establish a firm foundation for lifelong learning, further learning and adult life.

Our school chaplain is Mr Cowie of South Holburn Chuch on Holburn Street. The school chaplain visits the school taking classes and assemblies and attends and participates in the end of term services.

Since we do not have the accommodation to gather the school on our premises our school end of term services are held in South Holburn Chuch on Holburn Street.

We have stage/departmental assemblies on a regular basis for all pupils throughout the school year.

The pupils and the staff respond to charity action programmes and the needs of others less fortunate than themselves.

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