Creative Homework Booklets for GCSE OCR B Philosophy & Applied Ethics

Ready-to-set homeworks that will consolidate your students' learning.

Activities include:
  • gap fills
  • crosswords
  • writing frames
  • creative and visual activities
  • regular 'Check Your Understanding' tasks

Can also be used in class - e.g. for starters, plenaries or cover lessons. Because the activities are completely self-contained, they can be used by non-specialists too!

  • Creative activities to engage all types of learner
  • Specifically written for the new OCR B specification
  • Easy to mark - answers included


  • Progressive tasks are accessible for your weaker students
  • 'Stretch your understanding' questions challenge the more able
  • Key Bible quotations throughout - great for exam answers!

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (4317)

Fantastic as it catered for all of my needs and saved lots of time. it is accessible to all students and stretches the gifted and talented by encouraging them to do extra reading." G Brockway, Head of Religious Studies and Satisfied Customer

'An excellent, stimulating and visually pleasing resource! It combined many different tasks, with revision techniques and easy 'check my understanding' type tasks to secure learning. A very exciting resource! A fantastic revision guide for the OCR specification... Good use of breaking down key words within a context!' A Jones, Head of RE & Independent Reviewer

A good resource with some good activities that I would use in class. The Part E exam question sections would be very helpful... It would support learning that occurs in the classroom... Matches the specification well - it is clear and supports the detail from the specification." — K Barker, Head of RE & Independent Reviewer

I love this resource! It is clear and well presented showing good appropriate illustrations... the activities for the pupils were challenging and covered the main areas of the exam topics... I would use this resource as a revision tool at the end of units or inpreparation for the final exam. It is a good summation task and is clear in its layout and information is understandable and easy to interpret." — K Coleclough, Head of RS, Examiner & Independent Reviewer

A resource targeted to help less able students deal with difficult concepts... The guidance through e-part answers is good for the lower ability, giving them questions to focus their thinking... The concepts are set out well and there are activities to help consolidate knowledge... you could certainly give this resource to students to get on with as homework or for a cover lesson perhaps, which is excellent." — A Robertson, Head of RS, Independent Reviewer, and principal examiner for a major board

Some good activities to make the materials accessible to students." — A Robertson, Teacher, Examiner & Independent Reviewer