RE

Vision

To create an exciting, challenging, safe and thought provoking learning environment which fosters achievement, celebrates and explores the diversity of religion within local, national and global communities, promotes global citizenship and develops a tolerance and understanding of the beliefs of others.

 

To achieve this vision, the KS3 and KS4 Religious Education curriculum aims to;

  • Develop PLTS (Personal Learning and Thinking Skills).  PLTS include independent enquirers, team workers, effective participators, self managers, reflective learners and creative thinkers
  • Use a variety of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning styles within lessons 

which are underpinned by ICT, literacy, numeracy and cross curricular          

themes

  • Teach and inform students about the views, beliefs and teachings of different religions and faiths
  • Develop core historical skills such as evaluation, analysis, interpretation, context and providence
  • Promote Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development

            Spiritual: Students explore value and beliefs and the way they have affected

                          people life’s

           Moral:     Provide students with the opportunity to appreciate the unique value

                          of each individual, to show respect for the environment, to identify

                          the difference  between right and wrong and to listen and respond

                          appropriately to the views of others and peers

           Social:    Promote pair and team work, respect and positive behavior

           Cultural: Study about real people, faiths, beliefs and ceremonies in real places

                          such as USA, Britain, India and Asia.  Study the impact of world          

                          faiths and beliefs within British society and culture

KS3 Religious Education 

Year 7 curriculum

What is RE all about

  • Is there a God?
  • If so what would God be like
  • Comparing Christian and Hindu understanding of God

Worship

  • Students will consider the different ways that Christians worship and compare this to Islamic worship. Places of worship such as Gurdwara’s, Churches, Mosques and temples will be studied in this topic