Religious Education is studied through a multi-disciplinary approach comprising Theology, Philosophy and Social Science.
The key question that underpins all our learning is ‘are students becoming more religiously literate?’ To what extent are students able to hold well informed and balanced conversations about religion and worldviews?
We base our learning on key enquiry questions, for example, ‘Does evil and suffering prove that God doesn’t exist?’ or ‘What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?’ which reflect the discipline being studied.
Our curriculum is based on the Norfolk Agreed Syllabus. It is both broad and balanced, and challenging and focused. It draws on a variety of topics that are not only central to understanding religion and world views but also forming the foundation with which GCSE could be offered in the future.