Religious Education is a curriculum entitlement for all children and the school follows the Birmingham Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education. At Nonsuch, we believe that religious Education provides opportunities for our pupils to explore, make and respond to the meaning of life experiences in relation to the beliefs and experiences of others as well as to one's own experiences. We believe our children should learn about and experience different religious beliefs, values and traditions through sequential lessons. We want our children to experience the awe and wonder of the world around them and develop their spirituality. We want our pupils to understand how Religious Education promotes respect, tolerance and diversity.