Wisdom is more than just knowledge; it is a proper understanding of the consequences of our thoughts, words and actions. The wise person recognises their own limitations, trusts in God and understands that there is more to like than may be seen on the surface. The Bible often points out that this is God’s wisdom, often the opposite of ‘the wisdom of the world’.
In our school this means that we ask questions, listen, reflect and learn about each other and the world around us. We try to use our knowledge, skills and experiences to make positive choices. We think about our words and actions before we use them and consider how our actions, big or small, will affect others.
Pupils are encouraged to ask and to think about ‘big’ questions, supporting the development of their own ideas, beliefs and values.
- RE Quality Mark Inspector's Report 2017