Religious Education At Key Stage 2 And Key Stage 3

This Estyn report covers standards in religious education at key stage 2 and key stage 3, and participation and engagement in learning. It also considers the factors that affect standards, including curriculum planning, teaching, assessment, leadership and improving quality.

Around 15% of maintained schools in Wales have a religious character and teach ‘denominational education’ as a particular form of religious education. Denominational education does not follow the locally agreed syllabus, but instead follows a syllabus determined by the individual school or group of schools with a particular religious character. 

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