At Polam Hall School our Religious Studies Curriculum aims to:
Enable learners to respond to a global landscape of religious belief and diversity.
Help our children and young people to hold balanced and well informed conversations about religion and belief.
Engender an interest in exploring, understanding and showing respect for different faiths and cultural diversity.
Develop a knowledge and acceptance of religions and worldviews.
Examine theology, philosophy and social science within a historical context.
Foster the ability to “disagree agreeably”.
At GCSE students follow the AQA A specification. Further details can be found using this link:
At Polam Hall School we assess KS3 students against age related expectations and have defined the curriculum for all Senior School students through the core skills and core knowledge for each year group. Further details for Religious Studies can be found here: