Religion and Ethics is a well-regarded academic subject at Hatch End High School which all students study up to GCSE and a popular A Level is also offered in the Sixth Form. Our curriculum ensures that it follows the Locally Agreed Syllabus for Harrow and by doing this, contains study of a broad range of beliefs – reflecting the diversity in our student body and local community. At Key Stage 3, students are introduced to fundamental knowledge about belief systems; how they originate, how similar they are, and the impact they have on individuals. Students are encouraged to continually reflect on their own beliefs and develop vital British values such as tolerance and respect for others. All students study a full course GCSE, which focuses on studying and critically analysing the religions of Christianity and Islam, as well as other religious and non-religious perspectives. This highly accessible GCSE also allows students the opportunity to debate and discuss philosophical issues in modern day society.   

Please click below for the full Religious and Ethics Curriculum Map which outlines the content of Year 7-13 in more detail. Also available is other useful information about the Religious and Ethics department.


RE Curriculum Narrative and Map

For full details of the structure and content, please refer to the RE Curriculum Narrative and Map.

Religion and Ethics Example Schemes of Learning

Year 8, Year 9 and Year 13 Example Schemes of Learning

Year 8 Example Scheme of Learning

Year 9 Example Scheme of Learning

Year 13 Example Scheme of Learning

RE Knowledge Organisers

Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9 Knowledge Organisers

Year 7 RE Knowledge Organiser

Year 8 RE Knowledge Organiser

Year 9 RE Knowledge Organiser

Staff Contacts




Miss A Noreen

Head of Department


Miss M Asafu-Adjaye KS4 Coordinator masafuadjaye@hatchend.harrow.sch.uk
Miss O Fluck Teacher OFluck@hatchend.harrow.sch.uk
Mr P Adams Teacher  padams@hatchend.harrow.sch.uk

Miss L Modi

Head of Year 12



We offer several clubs including debate club and we usually run an annual reward trip to religious or cultural locations in London.

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