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Religious Education (Core) at St Edmund Campion Catholic School

Course description

The aim of Core RE at St Edmund Campion Sixth Form is to help you develop as religiously literate young adults.

Core RE will provide you with the skills to help you deepen your thinking and to think religiously, spiritually and theologically.

As a Catholic School, we encourage all students to live their lives through the Gospel Values of Jesus Christ. This compulsory subject provides opportunities for you to develop your spiritual, moral and personal being.

As you enter the Sixth Form we believe that it is important for you to have the opportunity to continue on your faith journey. In our Sixth Form, this is encouraged through active participation in Core Religious Education.

In Core RE you will explore Human Rights, Global Justice, Bioethics, Applied Ethics and World Religions.

Course content

Year 12 Core RE

You will be internally and externally assessed through: a reflective log based on lesson content., contribution to class discussions and a written assessment at the end of each module.

Year 13 Core RE

You will be internally and externally assessed in a similar way to Year 12 with the addition of an essay analysing a recent Medical Ethics article.

The very nature of the course shows university admissions that you can handle abstract theory and think critically.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact St Edmund Campion Catholic School directly.

Last updated date: 22 August 2017
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