Religious Education

Religious Education


At AHMAT, we follow the Pan-Berkshire locally agreed syllabus (2018-2023) to teach R.E. to all pupils.  The syllabus is based on “big questions” which helps pupils to gain knowledge and understanding of a range of religions and worldviews and to use that knowledge to engage in informed and balanced conversations about religions and beliefs. In addition to learning about religions and worldviews, Religious Education offers students the chance to develop spiritually, morally, socially and culturally and to reflect on their own beliefs, being able to be discerning about the many attitudes and opinions they will encounter.


The non-statutory 2013 National Curriculum Framework for RE states that pupils should: 

  • Know about and understand a range of religions and worldviews 
  • Express ideas and insights about the nature, significance and impact of religions and worldviews 
  • Gain and deploy the skills needed to engage seriously with religions and worldviews.

AHMAT Religious Education Overview

AHMAT RE Long Term Overview

AHMAT RE Skills Progression