Religious Studies

WE AIM TO DEVELOP THE STUDENTS AS A WHOLE PERSON: SPIRITUALLY, MORALLY, SOCIALLY AND CULTURALLY AS WELL AS PROVIDING AN INTERESTING AND CHALLENGING COURSE AT ALL KEY STAGES.

Director of Humanities

Ms J Neal

Key Stage 3

Year 7

  • Introduction to RE
  • Judaism
  • Jesus

Year 8

  • Hindusim
  • Gandhi 
  • Buddhism   
  • Sikhism
  • Morals
  • Family and Marriage

Year 9

  • Rastafarianism
  • Prejudice and Religion
  • Conflict and Religion
  • Life, Death and Religion
  • Charity and Religion
  • Media and Religion

Key Stage 4

GCSE Religious Studies helps students develop their interest in. and enthusiasm for, the study of Religion and its relation to the wider world/ This two-unit specification requires students to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding of Religion.

Year 10- Religion and Life

  • Unit 1 - Believing in God
  • Unit 2 - Matters of Life and Death
  • Unit 3 - Marriage and Family
  • Unit 4 - Religion and Community Cohesion

Year 11- Religion and Society

  • Unit 1 - Relgion: Rights and Responsibilities
  • Unit 2 - Environmental and medical issues
  • Unit 3 - Peace and Conflict
  • Unit 4 - Crime and Punishment

EXAM BOARD

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