In RE, our curriculum intent is:
Our curriculum will develop and deepen students’ knowledge and understanding of the Catholic Faith, other faith traditions and worldviews and their influence on the life of a believer. It will support them to understand themselves as unique and worthy which reflects the belief that we are all made in the image of God. This will encourage students to reflect spiritually and think ethically and theologically in order to give a personal response to questions of meaning and purpose which will enable them to become active and responsible citizens in a multicultural world.
Year 7 To 13 RE Curriculum Plan
Student Learning Journey
Exam Board Information
Key Stage 4
Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies: Route B Catholic Christianity and Judaism
Key Stage 5
Eduqas A Level Religious Studies with Option A: Christianity
Key Stage 3 – 5
Key Stage 3, 4 and 5 Reading List
Key Stage 5 – A Level
A Level Christianity Reading List
A Level Philosophy Reading List
Films, Podcasts and TED Talks
There are many opportunities that would arise from undertaking RE at Key Stage 4 or Key Stage 5. RE allows you to broaden your knowledge of different cultures and religions, developing your knowledge and skills so that you are able to debate and share your views with other people in your class.
Many of our students go on to study a degree in Theology at University. This can then lead to them undertaking the following roles:
For further information on the possible careers linked to Religious Education, please speak to your RE teachers who have a wealth of experience in this area.
Subject Leader Information
Subject Leader: Mrs Rebecca Lewis