Religious Education is taught to all children and follows the guidance given in the Local Education Authority’s Agreed Syllabus. We recognise the important influence of Christianity on our culture and civilisation, but also give due regard to the consideration of other faiths in our multicultural city. To this end, visits are periodically made to places of worship.
Collective worship, or ‘assemblies’, are regarded as an important part of the schools ethos – they are of a broadly Christian nature but also make reference to other faiths and aspects of humanity. Parents are entitled to withdraw their child from collective worship and RE if desired, but are asked to discuss this in the first instance with the Head Teacher.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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