|Covid-19 Blended Learning|
KS3 and KS4 – Lessons and relevant resources will be uploaded to ClassCharts once every two weeks (once a week before half term) for each year group, in line with the scheme of work being delivered in school (titled “Blended Learning”). Work can then be submitted to each Class Teacher via the ClassCharts system for feedback.
For those who are unable to access online lessons, paper copies of lessons will be made available and supported with textbooks where possible.
KS5 – A notice will be uploaded to ClassCharts instructing students to contact their teachers in the event of isolation. Personalised work will then be sent to them on an individual basis.
Head of Department
|Mrs L Smillie|
|Ms A Borchert||Teacher of Religious Studies|
|Mr L Sealey||Teacher of Religious Studies|
Our Curriculum Intent
Religious Studies is an important subject as it enables students to become tolerant and understanding of other people, in a multicultural, secular society students will interact with people of alternative faiths or none. Therefore, it is vital that our young people are equipped with the knowledge to enable them to conduct themselves in a manner that demonstrates British Values of mutual respect and tolerance. Religious Studies makes a key and unique contribution to understanding British heritage, culture and values as students learn how to become respectful, knowledgeable and tolerance citizens. It also allows students to reflect upon ultimate questions and equip them with valuable skills such as debate and discussion in a safe and respectful environment that will help prepare them for life.
What Will Students Learn In Each Year?
The links below give a detailed breakdown of what is taught in the the curriculum for each year.
Key Stage 3
Accommodation and Resources
Five classrooms with multi-media facilities
Extra Curricular Activities
Latin And Roman Civilisation Society (LARCS)