St Ignatius College sees, as an important part of its mission, the need to ensure that all of its pupils develop excellence in knowledge and understanding of Roman Catholicism. This will enable pupils to engage the Catholic faith in relation to the modern world and appreciate its unique and pressing perspective. In order to satisfy this part of its mission, all pupils study Religious Studies at GCSE. The course builds upon the work covered during Key Stage 3.
At KS3 all pupils study ‘Icons’ – the RE course sponsored by the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales. This course primarily studies Roman Catholic Christianity but also looks in depth at Hinduism, Judaism and Islam.
Levels of Attainment
KS4 Edexcel GCSE:
KS5 OCR GCE: