Religous and Moral Education

Religious and Moral Education (RME) is a subject where children and young people engage in a search for meaning, value and purpose in life. This involves both the exploration of beliefs and values and the study of how such beliefs and values are expressed. Curriculum for Excellence states that there is an intrinsic value in learning about religion as well as from religion, as children develop their understanding of diversity in our society and their own roles in it. This understanding will assist in counteracting prejudice and intolerance as children and young people consider issues such as sectarianism and discrimination more broadly.
At Keiss Primary School, our school chaplain, Mr Marcus Cornah, will lead our religious observance assemblies on a regular basis and themes may be of a moral or religious nature.
Parents who wish to withdraw their child from Religious Observation need to advise the head teacher of this in writing.

Information based on Keiss Primary School and Nursery

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