GCSE Eduqas Religious Studies Course Companions

Absolutely fantastic – exactly what is needed for a thorough yet concise overview of the course. H Kunda, RS Teacher & Independent Reviewer (feedback on the AQA A editions by the same author)

Engage your class with religious studies and stay focused on exam requirements. Covers all spec points and their significance from divergent perspectives.

  • Detailed, accessible notes for every part of the theme
    • Manageable sections and varied formats keep students engaged
  • Trains students in exam skills with original Eduqas-style questions for each subtopic
    • From short-answer ‘Quick Questions’ to extended ‘Now Try This’ tasks
    • PLUS mark schemes make grading simple!
  • Need-to-know key terms concisely defined
  • Concise, bullet-point topic summaries – great for revision

Matches the specification order exactly, so it’s easy to integrate into your lessons. The perfect complement to your scheme of work!

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (8309, 8310)
I thought this resource was excellent and very useful... I think this would be an excellent introduction booklet for the class that could be set as homework and read before each lesson. It could also be used as a work alongside companion. Students could also use this as a revision tool to prepare for the exam. – H Morton, Teacher and Independent Reviewer
'This would be a good resource to plan lessons from or to create resources and could also be provided for pupils who are out of lessons for any reason to work independently... detailed information that would help a candidate prepare for this specification. The range of sample exam questions is good... pictures provide a break to the text... All the key points from the spec seem to be covered fully, including things that were added in the final draft of the specification such as the changing religious make up of Britain. I liked the information on Pilgrimage as it clearly explains the similarities and differences between pilgrimage to Walsingham and Taize.' – J Hopwood, Head of RS & Independent Reviewer