GCSE religious studies revision resources

Kick-start RS revision with GCSE classes ahead of the exam season with these lesson aids, activities and practice questions
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Help religious studies students recap and reflect upon key GCSE topics with these engaging revision ideas

More often than not, the thought of revision fills learners with a sense of dread. To help put your students at ease this exam season, we’ve highlighted just some of the resources available on our quality assured GCSE revision hub. Jam-packed with information on the major religions and their core beliefs, surely there’s no better way to kick-start pupils' revision than with these lessons, practice questions and stimulating activities?

Exam questions and practice papers  

Christianity 9-1 Exam Question Practice
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Christianity 9-1 Exam Question Practice

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**Eduqas Revision: GCSE Christianity - Unit 2 Exam Question Generator ** This is a great resource for getting pupils thinking about how exam questions are formulated. It is designed to get pupils into the mindset of the chief examiner to see how they could word questions based on the 4 questions th...

Student-led revision activities  

AQA A Religious Studies GCSE - Paper 1 - Christian Practices
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AQA A Religious Studies GCSE - Paper 1 - Christian Practices

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This revision guide accompanies the Christianity: Practices paper in the RS GCSE. It has an accessible guide to all the different parts of the unit such as Holy Communion and pilgrimage. Each section has a 12 mark question with possible points students could make. At the back of the revision guide t...

Teacher-led revision lessons  

AQA A GCSE Theme B Religion and Life: Assessment and revision
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AQA A GCSE Theme B Religion and Life: Assessment and revision

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This is the revision, review and assessment lesson for Theme B: Religion and Life. I have chosen to ask pupils to revise and prepare for a 48 mark assessment rather than just a 24 mark one. This means they will be doing an additional 24 mark question on Christianity: Practices. My rationale for...