Religious Education is at the heart of the life of the Catholic School. While the School, in all aspects of its life, is involved in the formation of its pupils, Religious Education has a lead role in their academic and spiritual development. In addition to the regular prayer life of the school, there are many opportunities for pupils to get involved with spiritual activities, through the preparation of liturgy, residential retreats, and interest groups.

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Religious Education is an academic subject of high standard in the school and pleasing levels of achievement in public examinations. We follow  'Icons' at Key Stage 3, which focuses on Catholic teaching and the beliefs of the major world faiths. At Key Stage 4, we follow the Edexcel Religious Studies A course options C 'Religion and Life from a Catholic Perspective' and J 'Catholicism' (with 20% Coursework). All pupils take the GCSE examination. In the Sixth Form, all students follow the Certificate and Diploma in Catholic Studies. In addition the Edexcel A-level Religious Studies is offered, covering options in  Philosophy of Religion and Ethics. 


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