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- Religion, Philosophy and Ethics (RPE)
- Religious Studies
- Upper School Philosophy and Beliefs (Years 10 and 11)
Religion, Philosophy and Ethics (RPE)
In lessons, students not only examine the beliefs and practices of major world religions but they are also encouraged to grapple with thought-provoking and challenging questions about the meaning and purpose of life, beliefs about God, issues of morality and what it means to be human. Students learn about and from religions and worldviews in local, national and global contexts, to discover, explore and consider different answers to these questions. With the knowledge and skills gained through taking part in Religious Studies, students are enabled to develop their own ideas, values and identities. A real strength of our department lies in the regular and systematic developing of dialogue skills, which is further encouraged through embedding P4C lessons within the KS3 curriculum, so our students can participate positively and respectfully in our diverse society. We aim to develop students capable of articulating clearly and coherently their personal beliefs, ideas, values and experiences, while respecting the right of others to differ. Students have Religious Studies two hours per fortnight. Students study in Year 10, Christianity and Islam.
Our GCSE Religious Studies specification provides opportunities for learners to follow a course that is coherent and that balances knowledge of core beliefs, teachings and practices of at least two religions, with an understanding of how they can be applied to philosophical and ethical themes. Build your own exam paper choosing from thousands of past paper questions. OER is a free interactive teaching and learning tool which includes exam answers and examiner comments. We offer an extensive range of free digital educational resources. Grade boundaries are the minimum number of marks needed to achieve each grade. View Resources. Here you will find a collection of interactive units that bring together a number of elements including general data, exam questions, their marking schemes and examiner comments, which will lead you through a review of exam questions.
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Published 1 May | PDF | 53 KB. Examiner report: Paper 1 Option 5 The study of religions (Islam) - June Published 1 Question paper: Paper 1 Option 2 The study of religions (Catholic Christianity) - June Published.
Upper School Philosophy and Beliefs (Years 10 and 11)
Students are given the chance to develop their own attitudes to major ethical issues such as abortion, euthanasia, social cohesion, marriage and family life. Students learn to think analytically, debate effectively and be able to develop their own thinking in relation to a variety of other viewpoints. They are given the time to think about the society we live in and the beliefs of Muslims and Christians and how this impacts on the way in which they lead their lives. Edexcel Religious Studies A. Full Course Short Course.
We believe this will help students to understand the relevance of religion in both modern British society and the current political climate, as well as consider the value of connectedness over the individual, and enable them to use critical thinking. Throughout their time at The Henry Box School, students will develop both their knowledge and understanding of religion, philosophy and ethics, and evaluation skills. They will develop core religious knowledge, particularly of the Abrahamic faiths and how they are related. This will help students appreciate diversity in British society and enable them to have an understanding of, and be equipped with, the terminology for key life events. The backbone of the Key Stage 3 curriculum is developing understanding the Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
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