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Religious Education

 

All students have access to RE in accordance with the 1988 Education Act.  We aim to give all students the opportunity to learn about the different cultural and religious groups in a multicultural society.  We promote tolerance and understanding and encourage students to question and respond to the beliefs and practices of other people, in the hope that they will be able to develop greater understanding of the world in which they live.  Students are able to develop these skills in a variety of different ways: role-play, educational visits, visiting speakers, ICT simulated experiences e.g. taking part in a Seder meal, games, variety of practical activities.  At KS2/3 students learn through a cross-curricular approach involving PSHE, Citizenship and English.

 

In KS4 students have the opportunity to work towards Entry Level Certificate in Religious Studies as well as the option to take up GCSE Short Course in Religious Studies.

All students are encouraged to take part in Class and House assemblies, the themes of which are often linked to work being studied in class through Religious Education.