KS4 Specification - AQA
The department consists of two specialist teachers. Religious Studies is a popular subject at West Kirby for GCSE and A-level and examination results are very good, being above the average for similar schools.
At Key Stage 3, learning about the application of religious principles to ethical issues as well as philosophical ideas helps students to develop an awareness of religion in the wider world. Visits to Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, a mosque, synagogue and Buddhist temple support the curriculum, as does an in-house Holocaust day. The department also runs a four day trip to Auschwitz, open to up to 30 Year 12 students.
In addition to this, the department co-ordinates whole school initiatives such as Amnesty campaigns, the Rotary club Christmas box appeal , the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning and emergency fund raising appeals as they arise.
of GCSE students achieved grades 9-7
of GCSE students achieved grades 9-6
of GCSE students achieved grades 9-4
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Please find attached a letter from Wirral Borough Council for all parents/carers to wear a face covering if you are getting out of the car or physically escorting your child to the school entrances with effect from Mon 21 Sept 2020 wkgs.org/files/preview/… #WKGSCommunity💙
Self-Care September - Day 18: Don't compare how you feel inside to how others appear outside. #Wellbeing #SelfCareSeptember @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/DCn9PMudBw
Self-Care September - Day 17: Leave positive messages for yourself to see regularly. @WestKirbyGS #bekind #SelfCareSeptember #wellbeing https://t.co/h7e2kr2iTJ
🔊#WKGS Parents/Carers Please find below⬇️a link to a video which Wirral Borough Council have produced which is aimed at supporting parents/carers on what they need to do if their child/ward shows symptoms, to help reduce risk of transmission in schools. vimeo.com/458533722
Self-Care September - Day 16: Notice what you are feeling today, without any judgement. #SelfCareSeptember #Wellbeing #bekind https://t.co/YIwQ1et75I
What activities are you doing for Duke of Edinburgh? @WestKirbyGS #WKGSY10 #WKGSY11 #WKGS6thFORM https://t.co/qBTwflLW4L
Self-Care September - Day 15: Find a caring, calming phrase to say to yourself when feeling low. #Wellbeing #SelfCareSeptember https://t.co/cDVo3lkr48
Self-Care September - Day 14: Talk kindly to yourself like you would to someone you love. #wellbeing #SelfCareSeptember #BeKind @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/imsXkqy0w4
Self-Care September - Day 13: Make time today to do something you really enjoy. #SelfCareSeptember #Wellbeing #fun @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/OO4eaqsxQm
We are delighted to announce that WKGS will host Virtual Open Evenings for prospective Y7 & 6th Form students. Please click on the link below ⤵️ to book your place for the 1st of our events for parents/carers of all prospective Y7 students wkgs.org/open-evening #ChooseWKGS https://t.co/sqJNBauAEY
We are delighted to announce that WKGS will host Virtual Open Evenings for prospective Y7 & 6th Form students. Please click on the link below ⤵️ to book your place for the 1st of our events for parents/carers of all prospective Y7 students wkgs.org/open-evening #ChooseWKGS https://t.co/9vL8jWdMDU
Self-Care September - Day 12: Let go of being busy. Allow yourself to take some breaks today. #SelfCareSeptember #wellbeing @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/gTbpnss7Yj
Self-Care September - Day 11: Aim to be good enough, rather than perfect. #SelfCareSeptember #Wellbeing @WestKirbyGS https://t.co/HWjR9TpMoa
Self-Care September - Day 10: Give yourself permission to say no to requests from others. #wellbeing #SelfCareSeptember https://t.co/9riVURLoAE