Religious & Moral Education

Scotland is a nation whose people hold a wide range of beliefs from the many branches of the Christian faith
represented throughout the land to the world’s other major religions and to beliefs which lie out with religious
traditions. Such diversity enriches the Scottish nation and serves as an inspiring and thought-provoking
background for our children and young people to develop their own beliefs and values.
Religious and moral education enables children and young people to explore the world’s major religions and
views which are independent of religious belief and to consider the challenges posed by these beliefs and
values. It supports them in developing and reflecting upon their values and their capacity for moral
judgement. Through developing awareness and appreciation of the value of each individual in a diverse
society, religious and moral education engenders responsible attitudes to other people.

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