Diwali Celebrations & End of Term
Students observing Diwali on 19th October must call the school office if they wish to take one day off for religious observance. Many thanks and we hope you have a wonderful day. Happy Diwali!
Term will end on Friday 20th October and all students will return to the academy on Wednesday 1st November 2017.
Have a safe and enjoyable break.
GCSE Religious Studies
Religious studies helps pupils to understand the diverse world we live in through exploring both religious and non-religious perspectives. The subject not only helps students to understand religious practices but also helps them to explore their own attitudes and opinions on a range of thought provoking topics.
Studying GCSE Religious Studies
Students will study two religions. The study of Christianity will focus on Christian beliefs, marriage and the family, living a Christian life and Matters of life after death. The study of Islam will focus on Muslim beliefs, philosophy of religion, living the Muslim life and Equality.
GCSE Exam Specification Title
Edexcel papers one and three
Link to Exam Specification
Future education, training and/or career prospects
This can lead to a career in psychology, counselling, public services, lawyer, advice worker, charity officer, community development worker, editorial assistant, journalist, social worker, youth worker.