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The Henry
Beaufort
School

RE

 

 

EXAM BOARD

Eduqas

ASSESSMENT FORMAT

100% terminal examination

GRADE METHOD

9-1

 

The Henry Beaufort School provides a varied and engaging RE curriculum in accordance with the Hampshire Agreed Living Difference III Syllabus. Concepts are explored in relation to the following religions or topics:

 

Year 7

Judaism, Humanism, Sikhism

Year 8

Buddhism, Islam, Ethics

Year 9

Sanctity of Life, Holocaust, Human Rights, Good &Evil

KS4- GCSE

EDUQAS Route A

Exam 1 (50%)  Ethics: Relationships, Life & Death, Good & Evil, Human Rights

Exam 2 (25%) Christianity: Beliefs, teachings and practices

Exam 3 (25%) World Faith- Islam: Beliefs, teachings and practices

 

The Henry Beaufort RE curriculum and teaching supports students in gaining a better understanding of the depth and breadth of differences and similarities in religions and beliefs. Students are encourage to explore, question and respond to concepts chosen to ensure they have a space to consider their own and others’ beliefs, cultures and life experiences.

 

RE lessons are supported by bi-weekly tutor sessions where students evaluate, debate and discuss philosophy, ethics and current affairs. Termly Personal Development days also allow KS4 students to explore a topic in depth for the day.

 

The Henry Beaufort School is pleased to uphold the statutory requirement to teach RE, as it allows an excellent opportunity to support our students in developing British Values. We have an inclusive approach to RE to ensure students’ voices are respectful and respected. Parents currently maintain the right to withdraw from RE lessons. If you would like to withdraw your child from RE please contact the Subject Leader for RE to arrange a time to discuss an alternative or adjusted provision.