At Key Stage 3, we focus on students learning about religion and from religion. We look at many interesting topics including The Environment, Thomas More, The Sacraments, The Holy Spirit, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, Forgiveness, Relationships, Pilgrimage and Love.
A weekly lunch time club runs for students to talk over faith issues and pray together, as well as raise money for charity. We use "Philosophy for Children" to help students enquire into "big questions" and develop higher order thinking skills. All studies at Key Stage 3 have one lesson per fortnight of philosophy.
‘Breathe’ week has become an annual event - an opportunity for all students to experience a hands-on , creative way of praying. The pictures here show some of the many prayer ‘stations’ students used. Feedback from students is always exceptionally positive; some are moved, others find it an immensely enjoyable way to pray.
[It was] like taking a journey through prayer with God.
Every direction you went in there was something you could relate to God about.
It made me think deeply about Jesus, life and others.
It was a good time for you to reflect on your life and think things through.
It was so relaxing it almost felt like I was at home.
It was like painting out your heart, feelings and emotions.
GCSE Course Content for Year 10/11 (AQA Religious Studies B)
Year 10 are studying the new AQA Religious Studies B specification. Students study for two exam papers. All exams will be at the end of year 11.
- Mrs Humm - Curriculum Leader
- Mrs Osei-Fosu - RE teacher
- Ms Hudson - RE teacher
- Miss Gamble - RE teacher