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Tuesday 28th September to Friday 2nd October 2009 - Year 12 Residential Trip to Soli House
Tuesday 11th May to Friday 14th May 2010 - Year 10 Residential Trip to Soli House
Resource Available (please see R.E. staff for details)
Christian Perspectives £11.99
St Mark's Gospel £1.00
GCSE Bitesize Religious Education £4.99
AS Religious Studies £17.95
A2 Religious Studies £17.95
Philos of Religion - Peter Cole £8.99
The Bible (RSV) £13.99
THE R.E. DEPARTMENT at BLESSED GEORGE NAPIER
The R.E. Department at BGN consists of six qualified teachers and two teaching assistants who work together, sharing a common vision and faith, to achieve agreed objectives.
• We have a variety of gifts, talents, backgrounds and skills which we employ to the advantage of students and the department as a whole; students learn through a variety of teaching styles and are stimulated by the range of interests and breadth of experience each teacher brings to the subject.
• The department is well organised and runs smoothly. This is particularly in evidence in the preparation and celebration of whole school liturgical events; we all know what to do and what each other is doing, whether in or outside the classroom. Each member of the department is approachable and supportive of each other.
• Results at GCSE are good and in the main above the national average. This is reflected in the numbers who take up the subject at AS and A Level. KS3 schemes of work are currently being revised with increased emphasis on: extended writing tasks; peer and self assessment; and raising student awareness of their levels, targets and how to meet these targets. All members of the department are involved in this initiative, each developing a different part of the curriculum for the benefit of the whole team.
• Parents and pupils responded very positively in a recent survey, indicating that the pupils enjoyed the subject and parents were happy with their spiritual development and academic achievement. Members of
the department report back regularly to parents through the planners and atparents’ evenings, using rewards to praise progress and the school sanction system when necessary.
• The department has strong links with the local parishes, the diocese and Oxford Brookes University. We are recognised by Oxford Brookes as a good training partner and we regularly receive students
wishing to gain experience in an environment where religious education is held in high regard and taught to all students 11-18 years, whatever their background or ability
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