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25 May 2017
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Fairfield operates a two-week timetable, details of which will be in your child’s planner. This panel will show you which week we are currently on and allow you to check future dates.

Our curriculum

See also: Curriculum overview
Curriculum Plan, Years 7-11

English
Mathematics
Art & Design
Computing
Design & Technology
Drama
Geography
History
Modern Foreign Languages
Music
Physical Education
Religious Studies
Science
Vocational Subjects
– Animal Care
– Children’s Play, Learning & Development
– Construction and the Built Environment
– Creative Crafts

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Religious Studies

Religious Studies is approached through enquiry, critical thinking and reflection. At KS3, Religious Studies is embedded into Ethics, which incorporates elements of PSHE. The curriculum has been devised to develop a broader and deeper understanding of beliefs and ideas and their impact upon society. Students will study religious beliefs of Buddhists, Christians, Jews and Muslims. They are encouraged to engage with philosophical questions and to ponder different responses which enable each student to develop their own personal values, opinions and attitudes. At GCSE students follow AQA's Religious Studies course, focusing on Christianity and Islam and themes including Peace & Conflict and Human Rights & Social Justice.