- Robina Begum
- Shama Khanam
- Farida Yasmin
- Uroosa Khan
- Sausan Saleh
PSHRE provides engaging, and developmental teaching and learning opportunities in which each student is encouraged to challenge and explore their individual knowledge, skills and understanding through a variety of activities which support the student voice. PSHRE explores and expands on Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural understandings already developed throughout Primary Education in order to prepare students for the wider world.
PSHRE provides engaging, and developmental teaching and learning opportunities in which each student is encouraged to challenge and explore their individual knowledge, skills and understanding through a variety of activities which support the student voice. PSHRE explores and expands on Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural understandings already developed throughout Primary Education in order to prepare students for the wider world. PSHRE also underpins the British Values which guide our every-day responsibilities and duties as Citizens, focusing on developing positive relationships, tolerance and understanding as positive and supportive Global Citizens.
The PSHRE Curriculum Area is well-established and very successful, with last year’s GCSE Religious Studies results exceeding the National average at 90% A*-C, and 52%A*-A. All students study Religious Education at KS3.
Key stage 3
- Religious Education: Expressions of Faith : worship, symbols, origins
- Friendship/Anti-bullying/Positive relationships
- RE: Beliefs & teachings about meaning 8 purpose: identity, faith, God
- RE: 6 major world religions – TEEP planning, research, prep & presentation
- Puberty, menstruation, hygiene
- RE: Ethics & values
- RE: Expressions of faith – Religious books, worship, celebrations, fasting, birth, marriage, death
- Sexual Health and Relationships Education: relationships, Reproduction, contraception
- RE: Beliefs and teachings about meaning and purpose: religion & science, evolution, purpose to life, the soul.
- Drugs & Alcohol education.
- RE: Ethics & values- Human rights, animal rights, planet earth and responsibilities
- IAG: Careers/Financial capability
- RE: Expressions of faith – Holy places, Leadership, women and leadership
- Information Advice & Guidance: Options & My future
- RE: Beliefs & teachings about meaning and purpose –Are we free to choose? Why are people religious?
- SRE: Physical anatomy, changes, law and society.
- GCSE Religious Studies: Unit 1 – Relationships
Key stage 4
- GCSE RS: Unit 2 - Is it Fair & end of unit test
- Citizenship GCSE: Unit 1:Theme 1: Rights & responsibilities
- RS: Unit 3 – Looking for meaning (5wks). Revision & Mock Exam
- Citizenship GCSE : Theme 2 – Power, Politics and the Media/Active Enquiry
- Information, Advice and Guidance : Careers
- GCSE RS : Unit 4 – Our World & end of unit test.
- Citizenship GCSE: Theme 3 – the global community
- Citizenship/Religious Studies Year 10 Summer Mock Examination
- RS Religious Experience GCSE: Unit 1 – Religion and Conflict
- Citizenship GCSE – Changing Communities
- RS: Unit 2 – Religion and Medicine
- RS: Unit 3 – Religious Expression
- Citizenship GCSE – Campaign
- RS: Unit 4 – Authority – Religion and State
- Revision and GCSE Examinations.
Exam Boards & Links for syllabus:
We use the following Examination Boards for GCSE’s:
- Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC) for Religious Studies GCSE – Specification B.
- Edexcel for Citizenship Studies GCSE.
You can google both Exam boards and look around the website for past papers, practice papers and resources.
Resources: All Religious Sacred Texts.
- Themes to Inspire 1 – Year 7
- Themes to Inspire 2 – Year 8
- Themes to Inspire 3 – Year 9
GCSE RS: Year 10: Religion and Life Issues – WJEC : ISBN 978-1-85008-435-8
GCSE RS: Year 11: Religion and human experience –WJEC : ISBN 978-1-85008-506-5
GCSE CITIZENSHIP: Year 10 & 11 – Citizenship Toda –Edexcel : ISBN 978-0-00-731264-1