Year 10 students were off timetable to learn whether it is right to use animals for our own means.
On 28/11, Year 10 students were off timetable to take part in their first RE Conference of the year. With the overarching theme of Animal Rights, they learnt about three main topics: – Keeping animals as pets – is it fair? – Animal testing – is it moral? – Religious and humanist views on animals. After their research, students were put into groups to create a presentation on their findings. The winning group of each form had the opportunity to present to the whole year group. All students showed great character building as it takes a huge amount of confidence to deliver their presentations. Well done to Libby, Lois, Anna, Alice and Jessica in 10Au for making a fantastic presentation. They were very engaging, used a range of religious vocabulary which showed fantastic knowledge in their work.