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KS4

KS4 Religious Education

At Key Stage 4 all students study towards a GCSE in Religious Education accredited by the WJEC Examination Board.  The modules that we choose to study at GCSE level allow pupils to investigate ethical and moral issues at a deeper level, investigate further the reasons behind religious belief and to understand these in relation to the multi-ethnic, multi-faith society of the UK.  Pupils are encouraged to explore their own beliefs and express and explain their own opinions about religious and moral problems. They study two units and six topics for each exam paper.

Years 9 and 10

Beliefs, Teachings and Sources, Practices and Ways of Life, Expressing Meaning, Identity, Diversity and    Belonging, Meaning, Purpose and Truth and Values and Commitments.

Year 11

Beliefs, Teachings and Sources, Practices and Ways of Life, Expressing Meaning, Identity, Diversity and Belonging, Meaning, Purpose and Truth and Values and Commitments.

All pupils are externally examined in the summer term of Year 11.