Religious Education Department Page

The Religious Education Department is concerned with pupils making meaning of their experiences in order to give them purpose in their lives.

Our aims are to: aid pupils to reflect upon their experiences and of the mysteries of life; to develop an understanding of the influence of beliefs; develop the ability to make informed judgements that are made through reasoning and thereby the pupils should develop confidence in their own beliefs and values.

Achievements


2017 GCSE Results:
100% A*-C Grades
50% A* Grades
2017 A Level Results:
100% Pass Rate.

Exams


GCSE Religious Studies examinations are in May. One examination is on Christianity and Buddhism and lasts for one hour and forty five minutes. The second examination is on four different ethical themes and also lasts for one hour and forty five minutes. A Level Religious Studies examinations are in June. There are three examinations: Philosophy, Ethics and Christianity, each one lasts for two hours.

The Team


Miss S Inderjeet- Head of RE
Miss J Wilson- Teacher of RE and of Social Sciences
Miss L Shaw- Teacher of Social Sciences and of RE
Mrs L Williams- Head of Social Sciences and Teacher of RE
Miss S Khan- Senior Leadership Team and Teacher of RE

Learning


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Year 7
Term One- Peace and Conflict
Term Two- Equality
Term Three- Life After Death

Year 8
Term One- Crime and Punishment
Term Two- The Environment
Term Three- Sacred Art

Year 9
Term One- Religion and Life
Term Two- Families and Relationships
Term Three- Good and Evil

GCSE
Relationships and Families
Religion and Life
Religion, Peace and Conflict
Religion, Crime and Punishment
Beliefs, Teachings and Practices of Christianity
Beliefs, Teachings and Practices of Buddhism