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Religious Education

In GCSE RE, you will learn how to develop essential skills of describing, explaining and evaluating. You will develop the skills of investigation, analysis, interpretation, evaluation, communication and debate. This course encourages you to: develop your interest in a study of religion and its relation to the wider world, adopt an enquiring, critical and reflective approach to the study of religion, reflect on and develop your own values, opinions and attitudes.

The lessons are often interactive with lots of discussion and debate in a relax environment
In RE, you will use the skills and knowledge acquired in other subjects like English, History, Science and see some aspects of philosophy, sociology and psychology and much more…..

 

Curriculum

Key Stage 3

At KS3, RE is delivered through the colour group system, for 100 minutes in year 7, 50 minutes in year 8 and 100 minutes minutes in year 9.

Towards the end of Year 8, students in Violet, Indigo and Yellow start a GCSE in Religious Education by following the fast track route which is covered in two years.

Key Stage 4

Only students from 9 Violet, Indigo and Yellow will be passing their final GCSE exam at the end of year 10. There is no coursework requirement for this GCSE, just 2 end of year exams in May on two beliefs, teachings and practices of both religion as well as their ethics beliefs.

 

Department Achievements

In 2016, the results were 63% A*-C.  Steady improvement in 2017, 68% A*-C .  Our target for 2018 is 80%  8- to 5. 

 

Co-curricular Activities

There is an academic intervention in KS4 for GCSE classes to support students towards acquiring the necessary skills and knowledge for the exams.

 

Staff

Mrs C. N’Kallo - Department Leader for Religious Education

Mr R Miah - Religious Education Teacher

Mr D Strickland - Religious Education Teacher