Religious and Moral Education



Miss C Fraser

Mr J Jennings

Mrs K Bladon

Miss R Breary

Religion is an important aspect of the human experience. In RME, students are encouraged to explore and develop their knowledge and understanding of religious beliefs, values, practices and traditions. They learn from and about a range of religious and non-religious traditions and viewpoints, and develop their own beliefs, attitudes, values and practices through reflection, discovery and critical evaluation. This enables them to make a positive difference to the world by putting their beliefs and values into action.


The course covers a range of Experiences and Outcomes at Level 3 and 4.

Our Courses

Broad General Education

All students study RME throughout S1-S4, receiving one period per week in core RME.



  • Being Human
  • Kindness
  • Religion in Scotland
  • Exploring Islam



  • Ultimate Questions
  • Exploring Hinduism
  • Exploring Christianity



  • Making Moral Decisions
  • Human Relationships
  • War and Peace
  • Medical Ethics



  • Youth Philanthropy Initiative
  • Religion, Belief and Values Award

To access RME course resources on SharePoint, click here.

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