Human Dignity There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus. Galatians 3:28 
Religious Education Genesis 1:26-27 Imago Dei discussed as a core principle within the curriculum across all key stages, human rights, sanctity of life 
Maths There are at least two related ideas behind “Social Justice Math”. The first is that you can use mathematics to teach and learn about issues of social and economic justice. The second is that you can learn math through the study of social justice issues – the development of mathematical literacy itself being an incredibly important social justice issue.
English ‘Wonder’ text explored with pupils, discussion around physical appearance and the truth that we are all made in the image of God.
Science Stem cell research discussion, embryo experiments, human dignity – life science.
Geography life expectancy against geographical location – socio economic development 
History World war’s discussion – Y9 Autumn 1 , Henry 8th Year 8,  Protestant movement – reformation  (Year 8), The Holocaust
Computing  The right for information to be shared for all – China’s control of the internet. 

Freedom of information act

Right for personal data to be protected GDPR (all years) Encryption (year 8 and KS4)

Staying safe online

Women in STEM careers

Catering Different cultures are explored as part of the design process when generated ideas for projects in Year 7-11, ingredients, sources, food provenance discussed.
DT Research used and questionnaires generated to identify cultural opinions on proposed design ideas – key stage 4.
MFL Discussions about how all people, no matter what their nationality, are equal in the eyes of God and we should be compassionate towards all people.
PE The importance of opportunity to exercise against nutritional needs – socio economic issues.
Community and Participation If anyone has material possessions and ignores his brother in need, how can he love God? 1 John 3:17 
Religious Education The role of the church, practices in Christianity, Worldwide Church, Prayer, Festivals, Baptism, The Eucharist, Leading the school to prepare for advent/lent.
Maths Credit cards, managing debt, paying for college, Saving/budgeting money, opening bank accounts, High-cost loans. check cashers, loan sharks, Filing taxes – all can be discussed.

Maths department lead the school community in National women’s week collective worship/reflection

English Letters to the parish community developed during advent and lent – SVP link to deliver the letters.
Science
Geography Social and economic issues of urbanisation – affordable housing. Food resources.
History Department leads the school with the holocaiust memorial and remembrance collective worship.
Computing  Using social media safely and responsibly (all years)

Digital footprint

Socio-economic status as a barrier to technology (KS4)

Peer assessing work / programmes 

Catering Advent and Lent parish gifts made with pupils – SVP link works closely with department and chaplaincy, food banks discussed.
DT Fostering teamwork through group/team design tasks – tasks linked to participation and human dignity. Impacts and risk of modern technology discussed.
MFL Reminding pupils that we are all part of a local, regional, national and global community – GCSE topic ‘Global Sustainability’ (Environment and Social Issues)
PE Age, gender, community and sport – Btec consideration 
Care for Creation The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it. Genesis 2:15
Religious Education Stewardship, Genesis, the role of the trinity in creation, afterlife, heaven and hell, sin, original sin, salvation
Maths Statistics strand of mathematics – collecting and representing data, and then interpreting to make conclusions 
English
Science Natural sciences
Geography Child labour, issues aroung the environment, squatter settlements, social segregation, resource management.
History Industrial Revolution – impact of industrial revolution on Middlesbrough. As part of this topic pupils will discuss how Middlesbrough was affected by these changes. 
Computing  Recycling of batteries, computers, renewable energy.

Impact of technology on the environment (KS4)

Catering Food provenance, carbon footprint, sourcing ingredients.
DT Recyclable material involved in research tasks, sustainability discussed when designing and making products – all key stages.
MFL Topic of the Environment at KS3 (Y9) and KS4 (Y11).
PE
Dignity in Work Also that everyone should eat and drink and take pleasure in all his toil—this is God’s gift to man. Ecclesiastes 3:13 
Religious Education The dignity of human life,  human rights and social justice, censorship, freedom of religious expression, 
Maths
English Equality and diversity discussion
Science
Geography A lack of legislation means that there are no laws preventing children from working – child labour
History Year 7 Peasants’ Revolt (aligned curriculum), Year 8 Industrial Revolution – working conditions, Year 8 – Development of Rights
Computing  Employment Law

Data protection rights

Women in STEM careers

Catering Fairtrade week explored, sections of coursework referenced fairtrade products.
DT Costings of products analysed, prophet against wages discussed.
MFL Importance of working to achieve a GCSE in an MFL and how the study of French builds a person’s general literacy and work ethic. Fairtrade products in ‘Food and drink’ topic.
PE Health anf fitness in relation to child labour – dvelopement
Peace & Reconciliation Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God. Mark 5:9
Religious Education Religion, peace, conflict, reconciliation, forgiveness – across all aspects of the curriculum Key stage 3, Key stage 4. 
Maths Alan Turing referenced and other identified historical mathematicians displayed around the department. 
English Shakespeare – clashing theological ideals 1558 Queen Elizabeth I – Shakespeare produced works that explored religious themes, rasiing questions concerning doubt, doctrine and spirituality of the natural world – ultimately peace and reconciliation.
Science
Geography
History Remembrance – wars, 
Computing  Using social media safely and responsibly (all years)

The use of technology in wars and conflict including WW2 and code breaking.

Catering Harvesting peace – food security, conflict and consideration.
DT Kite design tasks focusses on peace, symbols and the development of the existing to fit pupils’ expression of peace.
MFL Discussing similarities and differences between languages and cultures. KS3 (Y8) Celebrations, KS4 (Y10) Customs and Traditions. Emphasising the importance of peaceful relations. French partner school to help build understanding and relations.
PE
Solidarity There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus. Galatian 3:28
Religious Education Nicen creed, gospel values, love and solidarity, marriage, dimension of christianity.
Maths Ethnomathematics –  The study and celebration of mathematical practices from various countries and cultures from both historical and contemporary perspectives, including: symbolic systems, spatial designs, games and puzzles, calculation methods, measurement in time and space, architecture and design, problem solving, etc
English
Science
Geography
History
Computing  Access to the internet as a human right (KS3)

Socio-economic status as a barrier to technology (KS4)

Catering Discussion and decisions around food solidarity encompassing the entire food system. Pupils are encouraged to collectively engage with the human side of the food cycle and work toward a shared goal of food security, equitable, and universal access to healthy food and freedom from hunger for everyone.
DT brainstorm about how technology can help the grassroots and labor organizing. Can we make it possible for gig economy workers to organize? Can we make it easier for people who’ve never been activists to get started? What are the needs, and what are the risks?
MFL All nationalities as ‘one family’ in the eyes of God. Letter exchange with our partner school in France to make connections and build links.
PE Teamwork – discussion around the importance, link to all elements of sport participation even individual events.