Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyRT @DaveLoweMusic: @manorceacademy ‘UltimateJ’ band @YorkFoodFest Parliament St main tent TOMORROW from 5pm #exciting #dontmissit #amazing7 hours ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyThank you so much for every contribution to the Foodbank this morning; so many generous people. It is much appreciated. https://t.co/tJc1lEmiqO3 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyRT @MCEA_PE: @manorceacademy y8 rugby🏉lads 🌬🕸 in their first game of the season 5-20 vs St Olave's https://t.co/vPYTZlyLpN3 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyFoodbank collection this Friday (22nd). All longer life / dry goods welcomed. Or cleaning products. Thank you.5 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyHere's Beth with an absolutely stunning piece of artwork from her Y11 portfolio linked to natural form. The line,form and colour is amazing https://t.co/TnNQ0z331G5 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyRT @ProCoachingAcad: Manor Futsal Club Award First Ever Foundation Places - https://t.co/NO2zZQNMW4 https://t.co/peD99LqMUG5 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyRT @DaveLoweMusic: Great times this morning as we launch Song For Christmas 2017 @manorceacademy music @HopeLT_York 5.12.17 @York_Minster #…5 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyLook out for this great event in Acomb Library on 7th October! https://t.co/indlriEmHx6 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyWe had our first politics debating society today entitled"This house believes Manor CE Academy is a democracy." The noes had it unanimously! https://t.co/S7WJ4Bgpio6 days ago
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Vale of York Academy
Poppleton Ousebank Primary
Forest of Galtres Primary
Burton Green Primary
Manor CE Academy
Manor CE Academy
Vale of York Academy
Poppleton Ousebank Primary
Forest of Galtres Primary
Burton Green Primary

MANOR CE ACADEMY IS PART OF

Religious Education

All students study Religious Studies (RS) for two hours per week in Key Stage 3 and 4. The RS curriculum offers a wide range of opportunities to develop understanding and investigation of different religious beliefs teachings and practices.

Students are encouraged to express their opinions and to respect the opinions of others. This is central to facilitating stimulating, engaging and inspiring RS lessons. A safe environment is fostered so that students develop their own ideas about religion, community and spirituality. Students are encouraged to express their views in an environment of trust and respect which allows sensitive subject matter such as life after death, why people suffer, does God really care and issues such as divorce and abortion to be discussed in productive and thoughtful ways. The broad curriculum, along with the skill of a very able department, allows us to continue to develop students who are gracious, compassionate, loyal, patient, kind, forgiving and just.

The Archbishop of York Young Leaders Award (YLA) is an important part of our RS curriculum at Key Stage 3 which helps students to put our school values into practice.

GCSE courses:

AQA: Religious Studies A (8062)

For the Religious Studies Feedback and Homework Policy, please click here

Religious Studies Staff


Subject Leader: Religious Studies

Mr L Tate  

Additional Staff
Mrs J Atkinson
Miss C Day
Ms C Doherty
Miss S Richards
Mrs M West

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