A study of religious beliefs, teachings, doctrines, principles, ideas and theories as expressed in texts, writings and practices. The modules include a Textual Study and a Systematic Study of one Religion OR Religion and Ethics
Recommended GCSE Subjects and Grades
GCSE Grade B in Religious Studies
Other Contributory Subjects
English History Geography
Textual Study: AS Unit 1 – An introduction to the Gospel of Luke OR AS Unit 2: – An Introduction to the Acts of the Apostles
Systematic Study of one Religion: AS Unit 5 – The Celtic Church in Ireland in the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh centuries OR AS Unit 6 – An Introduction to Islam OR Religion and Ethics: AS Unit 7 – Foundations of Ethics with Special Reference to issues in Medical Ethics
Textual Study: A2 Unit 1 – Themes in the Synoptic Gospels OR A2 Unit 2 – Themes in the Selected Letters of St Paul
Systematic Study of one Religion: A2 Unit 5 – Themes in the Celtic Church, Reformation and Post-Reformation Church OR A2 Unit 6 – Islam in a Contemporary Context OR A2 Unit 7 – Religion and Ethics – Global Ethics.
Method of Assessment
– Two 1 hour 20 minutes externally assessed written papers – 40%
– Two 2 hour externally assessed written papers – 60%
An interest in the subject and a commitment to work are the most desirable criteria.
Accountancy Journalism Philosophy Business Administration Law Psychology Environmental Studies Media Studies Teaching Ethics Medicine Theology Or any Arts course
Transfer and Admissions to Year 8 September 2024
Update on Key Dates and Information on Special Circumstances and Special Provisions, following the SEAG Entrance Assessment, are available in section: “Transfer 2024”