- British values
- Christian identity
- Muslim identity
- Jewish identity
- Hindu identity
- Buddhist identity
- Buddhist temple
- Reasons for immigration
- Effects of immigration
- Controlling immigration
- Immigration & the media
Spring 2 Communities:
- What is community?
- Global & religious communities
Different religious festivals
- The history of religion in the UK
- Active citizenship
Spring: International organisations & Non-governmental organisations
Summer: Key political figures
Autumn: Politics and participation
Summer term: Environmental change & sustainable development
(Overview of the course)
Citizenship studies investigates how the citizen is enabled by society to play a full and active part and how citizens are empowered to effect change within society. Citizenship understanding develops through the knowledge of how a society operates and functions and its underlying values.
Paper 1 (1 hour 45 minutes, 50%): Active Citizenship + Politics and participation.
Paper 2 (1 hour 45 minutes, 50%): Life in modern Britain + Rights and responsibilities.
Law & order
Making a change: pressure groups and campaigning.
Identity, immigration & multiculturalism.
The UK’S role in the world.
Citizenship coursework: pupils chose an issue to research and advocate for.
Justice and Law