Scotland is a diverse nation whose people hold a wide range of beliefs. Religious and moral education enables children and young people to explore the world’s major religions and to develop their own beliefs and values.
The principles and practice document is essential reading for teachers as they start working with the experiences and outcomes for religious and moral education.
All curriculum areas contribute to the totality of the experiences that make up the new curriculum. You can download the experiences and outcomes for religious and moral education.
An introduction to the religious and moral education (RME) section of National Qualifications with links to information on how NQs are changing.
This resource outlines significant aspects of learning and describes what breadth, challenge and application look like to support practitioners in assessing learners’ progress in religious and moral education.
This paper explores and reflects on what 'Great Learning' looks like in Religious and Moral Education (RME).
A resource to enable learners to more fully develop skills of critical analysis and reflection in the context of a world religion.
A resource to assist establishments and practitioners in the planning and delivery of senior phase Religious and Moral Education.
This resource offers advice, guidance and support for practitioners in identifying relevant professional learning.
This resource provides information on faith and belief in Scotland today and also looks at non-religious stances and some of the people who practise them.
- See more support materials for RME