Religious Studies

Head of Department: Mr M Ellis

Teaching Staff:
Miss J Fisher
Mrs C Gibson
Miss E Wonnacott

 

Religious Studies is a subject which is explores the multi-faith community which makes up our lives in Britain today. As well as studying the major religions, which include Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism and Sikhism, students explore some important moral issues from animal rights to crime and punishment. 

The aim of studying religion and ethical issues is to promote students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and understanding and to prepare them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences that will characterise their future.

 

 To learn more about careers relating to this specific subject, please look here- https://www.careerpilot.org.uk/job-sectors/subjects

In addition to the careers work delivered in class, the school offers a wide range of careers related events and activities throughout the year including-

  • Themed assemblies including visits from colleges, universities, apprenticeships, employers and previous students to explore career pathways.

  • Collapsed curriculum days – college and university taster days to help our students plan their studies beyond school.

  • Collapsed curriculum days – The maths team support students with a day of money management classes and the English team support with CV writing and interview skills.

  • Mock interviews for years 7, 9 & 10 to build confidence and employability skills.

  • Guest speakers and tutor time drop-ins to meet employers, education providers, previous students and representatives from other organisations in an informal setting.

  • Work experience week to help our year 10 students build their confidence, their employability skills and their work awareness.

  • Job of the week information delivered in tutor time to encourage students to explore different career pathways and the skills and qualifications required.

  • College, 6th form and university open evenings to help students and their families explore options beyond school.

  • And plenty more!

The careers office is open Monday - Thursday, 8am - 4pm for students to visit and talk through their ideas. Specific 121s can be booked with parents too if requested, but students are welcome to drop in any time.

The careers office is based in the centre of school within the Student Reception area. You can contact Mrs Leatherby on 01278 784881 or Email sleatherby@tkasa.org.uk


 

 

 

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