re & ethics curriculum map
a level philosophy curriculum map
year 7 – What is a Religion?
year 7 – Names of God
Year 7 – ‘Good Life’
Year 7 – God became human
Year 7 – existence of evil
Year 7 – Sikhism
Year 8 – authority
Year 8 – Christianity
Year 8 – creation narratives
Year 8 – Islam
Year 8 – sanctity of life
Year 8 – life after death
Year 9 – Belief in God
Year 9 – Belief in Allah
Year 9 – Living the Muslim Life
Year 10 – Crime and Punishment
Year 10 – Marriage and the Family
Year 10 – Matters of Life and Death
Year 11 – Peace and Conflict
Year 11 – Living the Christian Life
Below are a number of links to resources available to support independent learning:
- SAM Learning
- GCSE Pod
- BBC Bitesize
- BBC Religion & Ethics
- Answering Ethics and Society Questions
- Belief in God Investigation
- Belief in Allah Investigation
- Living the Muslim Life Investigation
- Living Christian Life Investigation
- Marriage and the Family Investigation
- Crime and Punishment Investigation
- Matters of Life and Death Investigation
- Peace and Conflict Investigation
- Quick Quotes
Assessment in Religious Education
Ongoing formative assessment is part of the learning cycle in lessons, along with regular diagnostic key knowledge tests, and exam-style questions part way through units and at the end of units.
Personal Development and Cultural Capital in Religious Education
- Year 7 trip to Mosque and Cathedral
- Year 8 trip to Walsingham
- Film and Philosophy Club
- CAP Money Advisers
- Local Businesses to advise on Career Opportunities
- Norfolk road Safety Team
- Norfolk Police
- Mid-Norfolk Youth for Christ
Who Teaches Religious Education
Head of Department: Mr. S. Oldfield, B.A. (Hons), P.G.C.E., N.P.Q.H.
Email: soldfield followed by @ng6.unity-ed.uk
Mr Oldfield has BA hons in Philosophy and History from the University of East Anglia; a Post Graduate Certificate in Education- Religious Education (University of Bristol); and a National Professional Qualification in Headship (National College of School Leadership). Mr Oldfield also Chairs Norfolk County Council Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education.
Other Staff: Mrs. Y. Chapman, B.A. (Hons.), P.G.C.E.
Email: ychapman followed by @ng6.unity-ed.uk
Mrs Chapman has a B.A. Hons in Religious Studies, as well as a PGCE from the University of Oxford.
Other Staff: Mrs. T. Sherrington, B.A.(Hons.), P.G.C.E.
Email: tsherrington followed by @ng6.unity-ed.uk
Mrs Sherrington graduated from the University of Manchester with a BA (Hons) in Classics. She then took a PGCE in Secondary Education at the University of Cambridge and has since worked in a variety of schools in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Kent , teaching RE and Citizenship as well as Latin, Ancient Greek, Classical Civilisation and Ancient History, all to students ranging from Year 3 to Year 13. Alongside working full time as a teacher, she completed her Master of Education (Researching Practice) degree through the University of Cambridge, which she finished in 2019.