Allens Croft follows the revised Agreed Birmingham Syllabus which focuses on values which are common to all the major religions (and several minor religions). The values are followed as twenty four 'dispositions'.
At Allens Croft we see Religious Education as not only academic, but as our children's emotional, social and moral development. We aim to nurture not only self-esteem but respect for and understanding of each other. We aim to inform the children about many faiths so as to aid development of their own beliefs and values.
Children have a daily act of collective worship. These gatherings take many forms including: assemblies, class reflection and whole school celebration.
If parents wish to withdraw their child from collective worship, on religious grounds, it is the responsibility of the parents to ensure their child's religious needs are met.