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Religious Education is part of the Humanities faculty. As a department we seek to promote the spiritual, moral and philosophical dimensions of human existence to enable students develop their own spiritual and philosophical beliefs and moral values whilst remaining sensitive to the views and beliefs of others.
During their RE lessons pupils are given the opportunity to
Religious Education is open to all at Carre’s…..it matters not whether a pupil is a believer, non-believer, or is just sitting on the fence making up his mind. We use a variety of teaching and learning activities, including: discussion; group work; case studies; questionnaires; research; art work; reflection and the development of listening and thinking and reasoning skills.
Our Key Stage 3 course uses the QCA Scheme of Work units as a basis for planning and to supplement the Lincolnshire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education.
In Year 7 we include the following units of work:
In Year 8 the following units are included:
In Year 9 the following units are included:
At Key Stage 3 we offer both the AQA Philosophy Ethics Short and Long Courses. The Long Course has been particularly successful: we have had three students who have been ranked in the top five in the country which is a terrific achievement and a testimony to their hard work.
Short Course Unit 4 Religious Philosophy and Ultimate Questions
In addition to Unit 4 we study Unit 3 Religion and Morality
At Key Stage 5 we offer the AQA Philosophy and Ethics Course. The teaching is shared between Carre’s Grammar School where Philosophy of Religion is taught and Kesteven and Sleaford Girls’ High School where Ethics is taught. This is a very popular option with a high uptake which requires two classes.
AS Unit D Religion, Philosophy and Science (Taught at Carre’s)
A2 Unit 3B Philosophy of Religion (Taught at Carre’s)
A2 Unit 4 Religion and Human Experience
The teaching of this Unit will be shared on an annual basis. At Carre’s we will study the following topic: