Spurcroft promotes the spiritual, moral, personal, social and cultural development of children through an holistic environment committed to Therapeutic Thinking.
Children are encouraged to develop their own sense of place in the world whilst respecting others from diverse backgrounds and views, allowing them to flourish individually within their local and global communities.
As well as the traditionally fact-based approach of comparing Christianity with other principle faiths, the philosophical dimension of Religious Education is explored. Through this ‘whole child’ approach, we aspire to prepare pupils for adult life by instilling life-long learning skills and behaviours to excel in an ever-changing world.
Following the legal requirements (1996 Education Act) RE is taught to all pupils except for those withdrawn at the request of their parents. Our RE is taught in accordance with the locally agreed syllabus, the Pan Berkshire Agreed Syllabus 2018-23. Through RE lessons our pupils learn ABOUT religions and world views, and FROM religions and word views.