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CurriculumReligious Studies & Sociology

"Religious Studies will give students the opportunity for the thematic study for Religion and religious responses to fundamental questions of life".

Qualification  GCSE in Religious Education

Course Content/Areas of Study

You will be given the opportunity to study the following areas :

  • Christian beliefs & practices
  • Family
  • Crime & punishment
  • Philosophy of religion
  • Human rights
  • Abortion & euthanasia

Assessment

Examination x 2

Core or option

Option

Number of Option Choices

One

Number of GCSE's/equivalent

One GCSE

Sociology Year 9,10 and 11 close open

"Sociology is an exciting and challenging subject that addresses the issues that are important to young people. This subject welcomes any student who likes to think deeply about the ever changing world we live in"

Curriculum Overview Year 10

Curriculum Overview Year 11

 

 

Qualification

GCSE in Sociology

Course Content/Areas of Study

You will be given the opportunity to study the following areas: Studying Society: Education: Families: Crime & Deviance: The media: Inequality.

Assessment

Examination x 2 50% each

Core or Option

Option

Number of Option Choices

One

Number of GCSEs/Equivalent

One GCSE

 

Religious Studies Year 7 and 8 close open

Religious Studies Year 9, 10 and 11 close open

Curriculum Overview Year 9    Curriculum Overview Year 10    Curriculum Overview Year 11 

 

 

Qualification

GCSE Religious Studies

Course Content/Areas of Study

Religious Studies GCSE consists of modules covering topics including: Believing in God: Marriage and the Family: Peace and Conflict: Rights and Responsibilities: Environmental and Medical Issues: Crime and Punishment.

Assessment

Examination x 2 50% each

Core or Option

Core Subject

Number of GCSEs/Equivalent

One GCSE

Sociology

"Sociology is an exciting and challenging subject that addresses the issues that are important to young people. This subject welcomes any student who likes to think deeply about the ever changing world we live in"

Qualification

GCSE in Sociology

Course Content/Areas of Study

You will be given the opportunity to study the following areas: Studying Society: Education: Families: Crime & Deviance: The media: Inequality.

Assessment

Examination x 2 50% each

Core or Option

Option

Number of Option Choices

One

Number of GCSEs/Equivalent

One GCSE