The respect for one another amongst pupils, and between pupils and staff is a strength of the school.

Independent Schools Inspectorate

Religious Education

The respect for one another amongst pupils, and between pupils and staff is a strength of the school.

Independent Schools Inspectorate

At Abercorn School we are very proud of our harmonious pupil body which is embraced by all and recognised as a rich source of cultural and religious diversity.

In a complicated and global world, it is more important than ever that we give our pupils knowledge and understanding of different beliefs and practices and nurture a sense of tolerance and informed, sensible judgement.

As pupil’s progress into Years 3 and 4 they continue to learn about all the principal religions, recognising the impact of religion and belief locally, nationally and globally. They make connections between differing aspects of religion and consider the different forms of religious expression. They consider the beliefs, teaching, practices and ways of life central to religion. They learn about sacred texts and other sources and consider their meanings. They begin to recognise the challenges involved in distinguishing between ideas of right and wrong, and valuing what is good and true. They communicate their ideas, recognising other people’s viewpoints. They consider their own beliefs and values and those of others in the light of their learning in religious education.

The respect for one another amongst pupils, and between pupils and staff is a strength of the school.

Independent Schools Inspectorate
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