All students follow the AQA Full/Short Course GCSE in Religion and Citizenship and Life Issues. The examination course is studied one lesson per week starting in year 9 and followed through in years 10 and 11. The course includes an investigation of some ethical issues relevant in today’s society. It gives students the opportunity to develop their knowledge, understanding and skills. This course also offers students the opportunity to express their personal and informed responses to ethical issues whilst reflecting on the beliefs and opinions of others. Students also have the opportunity to investigate multiculturalism, relationships and Human Rights.
All students in Y10 and Y11 will study the AQA B2 syllabus. This includes content on:
Religion and Animal Rights.
Religion and Planet Earth.
Religion and Prejudice.
Religion and Early Life.
Religion War and Peace.
Y10 and Y11 will also study different topics for their course. Y10 will study Unit 4 and Y11 will study Unit 6. These can be downloaded below.
Students participate in discussion, group work, written work, role play, presentations and visits. Assessment Students will take two exam papers, answering four questions on each paper, based on the topics studied.
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