What is Humanism? Humanism is a non-religious viewpoint. Humanists are people who form their views on moral issues through gathering evidence. They use reason and think critically about what they find to make decisions. Teachers will find studying Humanism useful in ensuring that pupils meet the required outcome of learning about a non-religious view in the RME & RMPS curriculum. Watch the short video below to find out more… We also recommend the following book: What is Humanism? How do you Live without a God and other big questions for kids. Humanist Society Scotland have a number of these books that we are happy to supply to schools, free of charge. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.