No Controlled Assessment
Led by: Ms E Saxton
What will I be studying?
GCSE Religious Studies allows students to study an extensive list of topics, for example: abortion/ euthanasia, the death penalty, war/justice, and marriage/divorce just to name a few! The course focuses on two religious perspectives: Christianity and Islam. It allows students to develop their understanding of different cultural perspectives and also develop their own view on the world and what it has to offer. Students will have an opportunity to take part in debates, pretend court trials, and take roles of lawyers. The course is assessed through two exams, one on each religion.
What can I do after wards?
A qualification in this subject is useful in many jobs including: lawyer, police, barrister, teacher,social work, government, marketing and management.
Student leaders are leading whole school assemblies this week for World Mental Health Day. Our student leaders showed they have the confidence to address over 200 staff and students. Well done! #TeamGraham #WorldMentalHealthDay pic.twitter.com/kelL…
Well done to Tom, Jess, Lola and Matilda who were on Radio York today! They were describing how they were inspired by Freya Cox, former student now on the great British Bake Off, who visited last week. They were amazing - so confident and articulate! #TeamGraham #GoFreya pic.twitter.com/axik…
Freya Cox, ex-student from Graham School, came in on Thursday to deliver an inspirational assembly to Year 9 all about opportunities and chasing your dreams. She's currently appearing on The Great British Bake Off and we all give her our support! Go Freya! #TeamGraham #GBBO pic.twitter.com/xXUS…
A letter for parents of Year 11 students regarding their upcoming mock exams bit.ly/3a95hzX
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