The BMA RE curriculum draws upon a diverse range of religious and secular viewpoints to enhance scholars’ understanding of beliefs. Key concepts are taught through the disciplines of theology, philosophy and the social sciences. Our knowledge-rich curriculum provides a framework and a structure to help scholars unpick the big questions of belief and practice, of society and culture and of morality and philosophy. Scholars will learn about how religions have evolved through the centuries and will be taught about the impact that religions have on our lives today. We will help scholars to develop the skills to approach situations with empathy, respect and understanding. This will give them to ability to make connections between religious and non-religious beliefs so that they are able to discern potential connections between the ideas studied within class and their own perception of the world.