Religious, Moral & Social Education

Please see detailed Annual Overviews below.

 

In year 10 students will be following the new AQA GCSE Religious Studies

  • Religion and Life
  • Christianity –Beliefs
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Christianity – Practices
  • Hinduism beliefs and practices were taught in year 9.

 

Some year 10 students will be completing the fast track GCSE 1 year course RE and take their full GCSE exam in the summer of year 10.

  • Religion and Life
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Relationship and Families
  • Christianity Beliefs and Practices
  • Hinduism beliefs and practices were taught in year 9.

 

They will also develop their skills in:

  • Recalling information
  • Describing different beliefs and practices in Hinduism and Christianity
  • Explaining links between different religions

Evaluating and analysing different religious beliefs

 

Year 10 – Non-Examined RE
In year 11 students complete 5 units of work

  • Medical Ethics
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Relationships
  • Religion in the Media
  • Poverty and Wealth

By the end of Year 11 in RE we expect students to be able to;

  • Describe key facts about religious beliefs and practices
  • Explain different points of view on religious, philosophical and moral issues
  • Support different ideas with relevant evidence and information

 

Year 11 – RE GCSE 2 Course

In year 11 students will be following the new AQA GCSE Religious Studies

  • Christian Practices
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Relationship and Families

 

They will also develop their skills in:

  • Recalling information
  • Describing different beliefs and practices in Hinduism and Christianity
  • Explaining links between different religions
  • Evaluating and analysing different religious beliefs