Details of the curriculum for KS3 and KS4 are included here split into Year group information. Click on the relevant tab on the left to access this.
Religious Studies, with its associated disciplines such as Philosophy, Ethics and Theology, is a classical subject that has engaged some of the greatest minds in history. Major universities such as Oxford, Cambridge and Trinity College Dublin have a long history of teaching and engaging with issues around the subject and maintain large and thriving departments. Religious Studies encourages academic rigor and reflection, asking the student to consider logic, history, the world around them and, their own place within it.
Mr Sanson is the Head of the Religious Education Faculty and teaches the Philosophy aspect of the course. His academic interests include classical western philosophy and the theology found in literature by such academics as J.R Tolkien and C.S Lewis.
Mrs Jones teaches the Christianity aspect of the course. Her academic background includes the study of theology, history and literature and she is interested in the impact of Christianity on culture and society.
Miss Harris teaches the ethics section of the course. Her background includes the study of theology, history and, religious art and she is interested in the study of scholasticism.
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