Coming Soon to KLA - GSUS Live!
GSUS Live is an interactive learning experience designed to show the relevance of Jesus and his teaching in today’s world, through the stories of three teenagers.
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Key Stage 3
Throughout KS3 students will follow the Norfolk Agreed Syllabus, which involves learning about and learning from religion. Themes include:
- Beliefs and Concepts
- Expressions of Spirituality
- Ethics and Relationships
- Rights and Responsibilities
- Religion and Science
- Global Issues
- Interfaith Dialogue
Students study Christianity in some depth and the two other principal religions studied at KS3 are Buddhism and Sikhism.
In developing this knowledge students will be encouraged to develop and use the following key skills:
- To investigate and explain the impact of religious beliefs on individuals and communities
- To analyse reasons for diversity in religion
- To compare evidence and arguments
- To discuss and evaluate responses to ethical issues and ultimate questions
- To apply religious and philosophical language
- To interpret sources
- To reflect on their own and others’ beliefs about world issues such as peace and conflict, wealth and poverty.
Key Stage 4
GCSE Specification: WJEC Religion and Life Issues and Religions and Human Experience
The course is organised into themes:
- Relationships, Is it Fair, Looking for Meaning, Our World
- Religion and Conflict, Religion and Medicine, Religious Expression, Religion Authority and State.
Key Stage 5
At present RS is not taught at KS5.