During the GCSE course pupils have the opportunity to study Christian and Islamic beliefs, teachings and practices. Pupils will also reflect upon four different philosophical and moral issues. These are: Issues of Life and Death, Good and Evil, Relationships and Human Rights. Here pupils have the opportunity to discuss and debate issues that apply to every day life. This will enable to pupils to develop as responsible citizens whilst gaining a GCSE qualification.
The course is divided into two units;
Unit 1; Christianity, Islam, Life and Death and Good and Evil. (Unit 1 Exam will be sat at the end of year 10)
Unit 2; Christianity, Islam, Relationships and Human Rights.
(Unit 2 Exam will be sat at the end of year 11)
Throughout the course pupils have the opportunity to engage in various learning strategies such as card sorts, visual aids, mind mapping and creative tasks.