Religious Education asks questions about the meaning, purpose and sheer diversity of existence. It lends itself to be delivered in many different ways. The Religious Education Department seeks to give all pupils, whatever their ability, a toolkit of techniques and a body of knowledge. Armed with these, pupils will be better able to deal with the vast array of personal and community dilemmas they will face and to make better sense of the world without resorting to passive acceptance and prejudice.
Key Stage 3
- T1 Philosophy: Does God exist?
- T2 Who on earth was Jesus?
- T3 Islam teachings and beliefs.
- T4 What does it mean to be a Muslim today?
- T5 Hinduism teachings and beliefs?
- T6 What does it mean to be a Hindu?
- T1 The life and teachings of the Buddha?
- T2 Buddhism in todays world.
- T3 Has science ditched religion?
- T4 Medical ethics.
- T5 The danger of prejudice
- T6 The Holocaust
T6 GCSE module crime and punishment.
Key Stage 4
The RE GCSE Full course explores the values and motivations behind moral choices.
AQA GCSE Religious Studies (Specification A)
Unit 2 Religion and Life Issues with christianity
- Religion and life
- Religion human rights and social justice
- Religion, war and peace
Key Stage 5 (AS and A2 Level)
The A Level Philosophy and Ethics course involves thinking deeply about what gives life meaning and purpose. Candidates will consider the dilemmas of life, death, relationships, violence and money. The AS and A2 course both involve preparing for one examination paper on philosophy of religion and another on philosophy of ethics.
- Introduction to Philosophy of Religion
- Intorduction to Moral philsophy.
- introduction to Buddhism
- Indepth study of philosophical issues
- Indepth study of moral philosophy
- Indepth study of Buddhism