Key Stage 3
Religious Education at Dean Trust Rose Bridge compliments and builds on the religious knowledge and skills that your child acquired at Key Stage 2. Pupils learn about the beliefs and practices of the six major world religions. Throughout the three years we integrate some aspects of religion that will be covered in greater detail at Key Stage 4. At the end of Year 9, pupils prepare for GCSE through transitional topics.
Key Stage 4
Pupils follow the Edexcel examination board. They study two world religions; Christianity and Islam. They cover topics such as marriage, life after death and ethical topics such as crime and punishment.
Throughout the two-year GCSE Citizenship course (KS4), pupils will learn about power, democracy, the operation of government and the legal system, and the role of the UK in the wider world. They will explore and learn about different controversial and topical issues to do with political, social, ethical, economic and environmental dimensions in local to global contexts. In addition, pupils will also have the opportunity to experience taking citizenship action and learn from trying to make a difference themselves.
|Departmental Staff||Job Title|
|Mrs J Johnston||Head of Religious Education & Citizenship|
|Mrs U Agha||Head of Social Sciences|
Applications for Year 7 (September 2022 Intake)
Our Open Evening took place on Thursday 16th September. If you were unable to attend, or wish to visit again during the school day, please contact the school office on 01942 510712 to arrange a tour from a member of the Senior Leadership Team. Please also take the time to watch many of the videos we’ve had produced to support in making this important decision on secondary school application.
Miss Cropper (Head of School) and Mr Walsh (Assistant Headteacher) will be at Ince Community Centre at 9am on Friday 1st October should you have any questions you’d like answering.