In Croft Community School we value the importance of RE in helping students to understand themselves and how they relate to the world they live in. Children may have different beliefs but a well-rounded RE curriculum helps them to develop into responsible citizens. In Key Stage Three children are investigating Christianity and also contrasting this to other religions. A key aspect is reviewing and understanding the beliefs they hold and how these may be different from others. In Key Stage four students are all taking part in the Beliefs and Values ASDAN qualification. This builds on prior learning and investigates Belief and values in areas such as the environment and decision making.