Our TPR syllabus aims to give pupils the opportunity to study the foundational biblical texts of the Judeo-Christian tradition, to learn to reason, argue and evaluate claims made by religious and non-religious belief systems, and to consider the theological, philosophical and religious responses to moral issues.
The Roman Catholicism syllabus studies the foundational biblical texts for Roman Catholic Christianity, develops understanding of the beliefs, values, traditions and history of Roman Catholicism and develops skills relevant to the study of religion.
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TPR for CE at 13+
Candidates taking CE TPR at 13+ will sit one paper, divided into three sections for theology, philosophy and religion.
TPR for CASE at 13+
The CASE assessment in TPR is suitable for candidates who have studied either TPR or TPR (Roman Catholicism). Candidates taking CASE TPR will sit one paper, divided into two sections. Candidates must answer one question from Section 1, ‘General’, and one question from Section 2, ‘Theology and Religion’.
See the TPR specification below for more details.
New TPR CE/CASE specification (for first teaching from September 2021)
TPR CE at 13+ specimen papers
CPD: TPR CE at 13+ Twilight Session (2021)
Our Continuing Professional Development programme is a valuable resource for schools and teachers, with experienced subject experts providing friendly, comprehensive guidance on all aspects of CE 11+, 13+ and CASE through regular, interactive webinars. Visit our Events page to find out more about upcoming events.
TPR expert Michael Wilcockson delivered a CPD session on the new CE TPR specification in 2021 - watch his presentation to find out more about the new specification.
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