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Enrichment in RE

Year 7 & 9 Religious Studies Visitors

19 February 2018

Year 7 Big Questions To launch this ever popular topic with year 7 students we invited from the list below two different visitors for each year 7 class. Again the questions were very big including: How do you know God is real? Why is there so much suffering? What about the afterlife? What about science and faith? Do miracles...

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Spectacular GCSE Religious Studies Trip

4 October 2017

Spectacular GCSE Religious Studies Trip It was a spectacular first GCSE Religious Studies Trip into Exeter supporting, enriching and introducing the new RS syllabus. The big shift in the contents is to study the beliefs and practices of Christianity and Islam as well as their perspectives on different Philosophical and Ethical Issues. We received a very warm welcome from...

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Year 7 RE Big Questions Visiting Speakers April 2017

11 May 2017

Year 7 RE Big Questions Visiting Speakers April 2017 During April’s RE lessons Year 7 had two RE lessons, each with a different local Church leader and were able to fire Big Questions at them. The big questions included: Why is there so much suffering in the world? Is there life on other planets? Is there an afterlife? Are...

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Religious Studies GCSE Beliefs and Practices Christianity

26 January 2017

Religious Studies GCSE Beliefs and Practices Christianity Church leader visits January 2017 It has been great to have 14 of Exeter’s churches represented in year 9 and 10 RE lessons over the last two weeks. Leaders from both Roman Catholic churches Sacred Heart and Blessed Sacrament, 5 Anglican churches including St Michaels Heavitree, Trinity Clyst heath, St Matthews, Exeter...

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St Peter’s Advent Service, Tuesday 29th November

30 November 2016

Our beautiful city Cathedral was the setting once again for the school Advent Service on the 29th November. A large number of singers and instrumentalists took part along with the majority of Year 7. The Junior Singers opened the service with the beautiful ‘Alleluia Gracia Deo’. Other highlights were witty dramas, performed by Devon Townsend, JJ Manton, Eva Ludlow,...

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