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KS3 Religious Education

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Key Stage 3 Course Information Page
Course Name : Religious Education

Curriculum Content

Students follow a course that includes the following topics:

  • The significance of lighting a candle.
  • Ways of expressing meaning.
  • Rules for living.
  • Nature of God.
  • Ultimate questions.
  • What can be learnt from pilgrimages?.

Students follow a course that includes the following topics:

  • What makes a good leader?
  • Origins of the world.
  • The environment.
  • Jewish identity

Students follow a course that includes the following topics:

  • Ways of commitment.
  • Religious responses to suffering.
  • Holocaust studies.

How classes are grouped

Set by ability in collaboration with other humanities subjects

Set by ability in collaboration with other humanities subjects

Set by ability in collaboration with other humanities subjects

Assessment (including homework)

 

Students submit at least one formal assessment per term.

They are invited to complete a draft for an interim deadline so that they can review their work and improve their level if they want to.

The final version is awarded a grade and written feedback is given to each student.

Throughout the course verbal feedback is given to students and they are supported in lessons.

Students are provided with target levels at the beginning of the course in order to motivate students and also to aid intervention.

Students are also encouraged to review their feedback and devise their own targets for development on a regular basis.

For homework, students complete at least one extended project during the year.

Reflective study tasks will be set on a regular basis to encourage students to reflect on their learning and develop their skills further.

 

Students submit at least one formal assessment per term.

They are invited to complete a draft for an interim deadline so that they can review their work and improve their level if they want to.

The final version is awarded a grade and written feedback is given to each student.

Throughout the course verbal feedback is given to students and they are supported in lessons.

Students are provided with target levels at the beginning of the course in order to motivate students and also to aid intervention.

Students are also encouraged to review their feedback and devise their own targets for development on a regular basis.

For homework, students complete at least one extended project during the year.

Reflective study tasks will be set on a regular basis to encourage students to reflect on their learning and develop their skills further.

 

Students submit at least one formal assessment per term.

They are invited to complete a draft for an interim deadline so that they can review their work and improve their level if they want to.

The final version is awarded a grade and written feedback is given to each student.

Throughout the course verbal feedback is given to students and they are supported in lessons.

Students are provided with target levels at the beginning of the course in order to motivate students and also to aid intervention.

Students are also encouraged to review their feedback and devise their own targets for development on a regular basis.

For homework, students complete at least one extended project during the year.

Reflective study tasks will be set on a regular basis to encourage students to reflect on their learning and develop their skills further.

 

How to support your daughter

  • Asking questions about homework, proofreading and supporting students in the application of the marking criteria.
  • Encouraging students to access current religious and moral issues via a range of media.
  • Supporting the revision of key words and their meaning.
  • Asking questions about homework, proofreading and supporting students in the application of the marking criteria.
  • Encouraging students to access current religious and moral issues via a range of media.
  • Supporting the revision of key words and their meaning.
  • Asking questions about homework, proofreading and supporting students in the application of the marking criteria.
  • Encouraging students to access current religious and moral issues via a range of media.
  • Supporting the revision of key words and their meaning.