Our humanities learning in Year 11 for the autumn term has started off with some research on different religions. Some of the students are preparing for their GCSE exams. Other pupils are working on gaining a good understanding of different world religions.
The first religion that we have focussed upon is Christianity. The non-GCSE pupils have been introduced to the features of the Holy Trinity. We have also looked at the Ten Commandments and why they are important to Christians.
Year 11 then started to look at some of the worldwide locations that are important to Christians. We researched Canterbury, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Nazareth, Rome and Lourdes. The pupils were asked to write a sentence to explain what is special about one of the locations.
This learning finished with the traffic light system to assess the work. All students are encouraged to share if they found the work easy, moderate or difficult to complete.