RELIGIOUS STUDIES AND RSE PROGRAMMES
“An intelligent heart acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge.”
Our religious Studies Department consists of not only a team of specialist Theologians trained to educate young people in the World religions, but also all Practicing Catholics who support the local parish network.
Our journey of study follows that dictated to all Catholic schools by the Bishop’s Conference and with our ten percent of dedicated curriculum time we are able to not only teach the Catholic Faith, but also allows our pupils to engage in the Religions they will encounter throughout their lives.
Our RSE lessons are taught by the specialist department to ensure that our pupils are given the correct, appropriate teachings to give them the knowledge to experience life as God created it.
Below are our Ks3 and Ks4 schemes of work, take a look at what our pupils are learning, feel free to contact us for more information or how to support your child through their learning.
RELIGIOUS STUDIES SCHEME OF WORK FOR KS3
Click here for an overview of the Scheme of Work for Religious Studies Programme for Key Stage 3.
RELIGIOUS STUDIES SCHEME OF WORK FOR GCSE
Click here for an overview of the Scheme of Work for Religious Studies Programme for GCSE.
Please see our RSE Programmes for Key Stage 3 and GCSE below.
“Our RE lessons allow us to understand the history of our school community while challenging us to discover the beliefs of the rest of the world.“
Ben, Year 9
“I like RE because the teachers are nice and help us with tricky work.“
Dan, Year 9
“During the Coronavirus lockdown, the RE online lessons fulfilled pupils with faith during the hard times. It helped us all to learn and carry on. Videos and live lessons provided information and was an easily accessible way to do work. The lessons gave me motivation to do work and I thoroughly enjoyed them.“
Caitlin, Year 11
“RSE was very educational and I think it benefited all students as they gained a better understanding of topics of sexual activity in the world and Catholic beliefs on it. It was also very informative as I think teenagers should learn about this. .“