"Y4 welcomed Rabbi Brandman on Thursday to talk about his Jewish faith. We are very lucky that he is willing and able to come to school, giving his time freely to share his knowledge. By walking down the street of any major city, you are likely to see more diversity than an 18th-century explorer did in a lifetime! People with very different ideas of how society should function must live together, and there is no idea more divisive than that of religion. Many of the most important moral disagreements break out along religious lines. Indeed, differing religious views on freedom, sexuality and justice threaten social cohesion. That must not be allowed to happen. One crucial way that people can best learn to live with one another is by increasing their religious literacy. We do this by visiting a range of places of worship and inviting visitors from a range of faiths."