Religious Education

Religious Education is taught in tutor groups in all years to the end of Key Stage 4. 

Students follow the Agreed Syllabus for Oxfordshire at Key Stage 3, studying aspects of two or more of the six main world religions. 

At Key Stage 4, students prepare for the GCSE examination in Philosophy and Ethics, focusing on Christianity.  All students are entered for the compulsory GCSE Short Course examination, or may choose to extend this to the Full Course GCSE examination.  Religious Studies is also offered as an 'A' level subject.