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Religious Education

Religious Education

Studying R.E. at Moorside High helps students to understand other people’s beliefs, actions and values, while also helping students to decide what values are important to them and why. 

While studying R.E. students are able to think about the ultimate questions which people sometimes ask about life. Students are able to study and analyse the beliefs and values of different cultures and faiths around the world, as well as those of famous religious and historical figures. 

Throughout their studies in R.E., students are given the chance to look at the events of the past, present and future to better understand the world around them from a personal and moral point of view. 

Students at Moorside High School study examples of beliefs and values of the six major world religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism) as well as other faiths from around the world.

Term

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

Autumn Half-term 1

Introduction to RE

What is so radical about Jesus?

Capital Punishment – wrong or right?

Abortion and Euthanasia

Drugs

Autumn Half-term 2

Is religion divisive?

Identity – why is it important?

Drugs and Alcohol

Life after death

Crime and punishment

Spring Half-term 1

Do we need to prove God’s existence?

Religion and charity

Wealth and Poverty

Marriage, sex and relationships

Extremism

Spring Half-term 2

Religions of the world

Extremism

Martin Luther King

Death penalty

Mental health

Summer Half-term 1

Is death the end?

Global crises

Organ Donation

Racism

Revision skills

Summer Half-term 2

Good vs evil

Key religious people

Opinions and debating

Sexism

Revision

GCSE R.E Breakdown