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GCSE Eduqas

Origins and meaning

Good and evil

  • Good and evil: Stations of the Cross »

    GOOD, EVIL AND SUFFERING: Use our annually updated Stations of the cross in Eduqas Component 1, Theme 2, Good and evil, Practices, when studying pilgrimage and popular devotion.

  • Good and evil: Southwark Romero Cross

    FORMS - SCULPTURE AND STATUARY: Watch this film in AQA, Good and evil, Forms - sculpture and statuary, when studying the meaning and significance of sculpture and statues to Catholic tradition and worship.

  • Good and evil: Southwark Romero Cross »

    FORMS - SCULPTURE AND STATUARY: Pupils can make notes on these images of Southwark Romero Cross while watching our film in AQA, Good and evil, Forms - sculpture and statuary.

  • Good and evil: Beatitudes illustrations »

    GOOD, EVIL AND SUFFERING: Use when studying the teaching of Jesus as the authoritative source for moral teaching, with reference to Jesus as the fulfilment of the law in Matthew 5-7.

  • Good and evil: Romero film

    GOOD, EVIL AND SUFFERING: Use this film in Eduqas, Good and Evil, as an example of the Catholic response to suffering.

Life and death

  • Life and death: CST in 3 minutes

    THE MAGISTERIUM: In Eduqas, Component 2, Theme 3, Life and Death, Sources, Magisterium, use this video to demonstrate some teachings of the Magisterium and how they are lived out.

  • Life and death: CST in 3 Minutes script »

    The script for CST in 3 Minutes as a Word document.

  • Life and death: Our Father film

    PRACTICES: Use this poignant film in Eduqas, Theme 3: Life and death, Practices, when studying the significance of prayer as “the raising of the mind and heart to God”, with particular reference to the Lord’s Prayer.

Sin and forgiveness

  • Sin and forgiveness: Rwanda animation

    CRIME AND PUNISHMENT: Use this animation in Eduqas, Theme 4, Sin and forgiveness, as an example of the tension between forgiveness and punishment.

  • Sin and forgiveness: Body of Christ »

    SOURCES: Use these examples from around the world during Eduqas, Theme 4, Sin and Forgiveness, Sources, Church, when studying the meanings and significance of different understandings of the Church as 'Body of Christ' and 'the People of God'.

  • Sin and forgiveness: Canticle of the creatures »

    PRACTICES: Use this PowerPoint to reflect on St Francis of Assisi's 'Canticle of the creatures' in Eduqas, Sin and Forgiveness, Practices, Sacraments, when exploring the Catholic belief in the sacramental nature of the whole of reality.

  • Sin and forgiveness: Eucharistic banner activity »

    PRACTICES: Use this creative activity in Eduqas, Theme 4, Sin and forgiveness, Practices, Sacraments, when exploring the Eucharist as source of Christian life