Achievement and progress in Religious Education are very good. Pupils enjoy their Religious Education lessons and demonstrate excellent behaviours for learning, which makes a positive and significant contribution to their achievement.
Pupils are knowledgeable about the topics they cover and can relate to them in their own lives. Children take a pride in their RE learning which is very noticeable both in the contributions to lessons and in their written responses. Their books are well presented and evidence a range of written tasks, high standards across all abilities and a good coverage of the curriculum. Section 48 Inspection December 2017.