As a Voluntary Controlled Church of England school, Holy Trinity follows the Gloucestershire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education (2011 - 2016)
'The Principle aim of religious education in Gloucestershire is to engage pupils with questions arising from the study of religion and beliefs so as to promote their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.'
Gloucestershire Agreed Syllabus (page 4)
RE seeks to develop the ability of pupils to -
'Investigate, interpret, reflect, evaluate, empathise, analyse, synthesise, apply, express and discern. It encourages the development of self-awareness, respect for all, open mindedness and appreciation and wonder.'
Gloucestershire Agreed Syllabus (page 5)Engaging weekly or blocked lessons take place and are taught by class teachers.