We follow the Hertfordshire Agreed RE syllabus 2017 incorporating the Understanding Christianity syllabus from the St Albans diocese.
This revised statutory document aims to ensure that Hertfordshire pupils develop as tolerant young people with respect and understanding of the views of others, including the beliefs and practices of religions and other world views.
The statutory requirements have evolved from the previous established syllabus, taking into account national changes and developments, both in RE and in education in general. This revised syllabus moves from the two Attainment Targets to new concise aims. It reflects the national move from levels of assessment and introduces wheels of progress and clear end of key stage learning outcomes to support the assessment of a specified eight key areas of religion.
All other subjects including Science
Wherever possible we try to include Science and the Foundation subjects, cross-curricular, through whole school and individual class topics. Spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) aspects of learning are incorporated within our planning and in the whole school ethos and are monitored and evaluated through annual audits.