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GCSE RS Islamic Studies

A one year accelerated academic course open to secondary school students in Years 9/10/11 comprising units 4 and 11. This covers the entire syllabus of Edexcel GCSE Religious Studies (Islam).

PLEASE NOTE DUE TO NATIONAL CURRICULUM CHANGES, THIS WILL BE THE LAST YEAR THAT THE FULL GCSE ISLAM COURSE CAN BE OFFERED<

Academic Results for 2015 were 100% pass with 80% pass at A*/A.

Course Summary

Status
Full Edexcel GCSE Religious Studies

Course Dates
Starts Tuesday 6th September 2016 (runs until June 2017)

Times
Tuesdays 7.00pm to 8.30pm

Contact Hours
1.5 hrs per week (approximately 33 weeks)

Target Group
Secondary school students Years 9/10/11

Prerequisites
Nil (If you are already doing RS GCSE in Year 10/11 at school then you MUST speak to us before registering)

Frequency
Weekly

Duration
1 academic year

Venue
British Muslim Heritage Centre, Manchester

Fees
£180 to be paid over 2 semesters in the year – £90 each semester.(This fee includes course books and materials) + £60 exam fees (to be confirmed)

Contact Name
Sr Khadijah 07501 166 770

Contact Email
caryl.clavering@yahoo.co.uk

Registration
Deadline 5th September 2016 (Limited numbers available, so register early)

Tuition & Assessment
All units will be taught in English. Students will be assessed throughout the course with 2 formal written examinations at the end of the course.
A certificate from Edexcel GCSE examination board will be awarded to students.

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and Understanding
On successful completion of the module students should be able to:

  • Understanding the relationship between Islam and life in the UK.

  • Understand the nature of Islam and its effects on the lives of Muslim believers in the UK.

  • Have a good foundational understanding of the Qur’an and the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Skills
By the end of the units students should have developed skills which enable them to:

  • Consolidate learning by participating in reading and writing activities and assessment.

  • Able to use a wide range of learning sources including e-learning and to practise and consolidate knowledge gained.

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