Religious Education

Religious Education is a vibrant and valued subject that sits at the very heart of the school. Our aim is to provide pupils with a first class study of the beliefs and practices of the world’s major religions that will enable them to gain an excellent understanding of the importance that religion and religious themes play in the everyday life of people in Great Britain and all over the world. The department echoes the school mission statement as not only do we strive to ensure that all our students make excellent academic progress but we equally value the promotion of skills and experiences that will enable our students to develop personally.

Learning Sequence Overview

Year 7

Half Term 1

Half Term 1.2

Half Term 2

Half Term 2.2

Half Term 3

Half Term 3.2

What Does It Mean To Belong To A Religion
What Does It Mean To Belong To A Religion

The Island

The Island
Words and Meaning
Can Religion and Science Mix?

Year 8

Half Term 1

Half Term 1.2

Half Term 2

Half Term 2.2

Half Term 3

Half Term 3.2

Balloon Debate
Judaism
The Chosen Prophet of God?

Festivals

Exploring Human Values and What Justice Means to Christians
Pilgrimage
Beleif into Action

Year 9

Half Term 1

Half Term 1.2

Half Term 2

Half Term 2.2

Half Term 3

Half Term 3.2

Nature of God
Evil and Suffering

Life After Death

Shoah
Shoah
Why Do We Have Religeon?

Year 10

Half Term 1

Half Term 1.2

Half Term 2

Half Term 2.2

Half Term 3

Half Term 3.2

Christian Beliefs
Christian Practices
Islamic Beliefs
Islamic Beliefs
Islamic Practices
Islamic Practices

Year 11

Half Term 1

Half Term 1.2

Half Term 2

Half Term 2.2

Half Term 3

Half Term 3.2

Crime and Punishment
Conflict, Peace and War

Relationships and Families

Religeon and Life
Exam Skills

Year 8