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GCSE Results 2019

Due to the cancellation of formal examinations in 2020.  The displayed results are from 2019.  The school is pleased to inform parents that all results continued to improve this year and we congratulate all pupils on their fantastic achievements.

  RE
9-7 20.1%
9-5 49.2%
9-4 61.9%
9-1 94.7%

2020/2021 teaching staff: Mr L Shilling, Mr D Edwards, Miss J Nicolas, Mr P Hagan and Miss K Dingwall.

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Faculty Humanities
Head
of Faculty
Miss C Jackson
Head of RE Mr L Shilling
KS3
Specification

Year 7
Overview - The IslandOverview - What Does it Mean to be a Christian 1? Overview - Sikhism

Year 8
Overview - How Important is Home & Tradition for Jews?Overview - How do Muslims Live?Overview - What Does it Mean to be a Christian 2? Overview - Do our Actions Influence our Future?

Year 9
Overview - What do Buddhist believe about suffering?Overview - Is there a right way to live?Overview - What is Extremism?Overview - How can we know anything?

KS4
Specification

Year 10 OverviewYear 11 OverviewKS4 Programme of Study
Full Course (Compulsory) Religious Education at Key Stage 4 enables students to consider a range of religious and non-religious viewpoints surrounding ethical, philosophical and social issues.  These issues are dealt with sensitively and in a way that enables students to explore and form their own opinions and attitudes.  There is no requirement for personal belief.

The course which consists of two related units - Religion and Ethics and Religion and Peace and Conflict, has been chosen to complement the Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE)

Paper 1 - Religion and Ethics includes: Studied in year 10
Belief in God, Religion and Marriage and Family Life,  Living the religious Life,  Matters of Life and Death. 

Paper 2 – Religion, Peace and Conflict:  Studied on year 11 
Belief in God, Religion, Crime and Punishment, Living the religious Life, Religion, Peace and Conflict:

THE EXAMINATION:
The final assessment for this selection does not include coursework; therefore the final exams are:
Two Final Exam Papers – each of 1 hour 45 minutes.

Exam Board Edexcel

 

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