Curriculum

Welcome to Religious Education

GCSE Results 2018

  RE
9 - 7 18%
9 - 5 45%
9 - 4 59%
9 - 1 97%

2018/2019 teaching staff: Mr L Shilling, Miss C Jackson, Mr D Edwards, Mrs A Dunford, Mr R Hughes, Mrs C Bartlett, Miss J Nicolas, Mr P Hagan and Mrs N Freestone.

Faculty Humanities
Head of Faculty

Miss C Jackson

Head of Religious Education

Mr L Shilling

 KS3 Specification

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

Year 8 Overview
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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
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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 Coordinator  N/A

 KS4 Specification

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Year 10 Overview
Year 11 Overview
KS4 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
KS4 Programme of Study
Overview - What is Extremism
Overview - Do our Actions Influence our Future
Overview - How Important is Home and Tradition for Jews
Overview - How can we know anything
Overview - How do Muslims Live
Overview - Is there a right way to live
Overview - Sikhism
Overview - The Island
Overview - What Does it Mean to be a Christian
Overview - What do Buddhists believe about Suffering
Overview - What does it mean to be a Christian 1
Overview Year 10 RE
Overview Year 11 RE
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