Religion Philosophy and Ethics


"Just as a candle cannot burn without fire, men cannot live without a spiritual life."

Buddha
 

Here is a link to a quizlet page for testing key words.
 

All pupils receive one hour a week of Religion, Philosophy and Ethics. Pupils are encouraged to respectfully express their own opinions and beliefs, and listen empathetically to those of others as a reflection of our understanding of traditional British values. This hour is also used to complete a GCSE Religious studies course which is started in year nine. Pupils gain accreditation for their work in the form of a GCSE qualification.

Pupils get the opportunity to discuss and debate some of life's ultimate questions such as; 'Does God exist?', 'How did the world begin?', 'What happens when we die?', and 'Why is there evil in the world?'. They will learn to appreciate the opinions and beliefs of others locally, nationally and globally concerning these topics, as well as developing their own ideas. Pupils also examine the moral decisions facing Christians, Hindus and Muslims today, on issues such as; marriage, sex, abortion, euthanasia, justice, war, peace, crime, punishment, terrorism, prejudice, discrimination, the environment, conservation and pollution. Pupils will be encouraged to examine their own values and responses to these issues and learn how to reach justified conclusions based on reason and argument.

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Year 11 Past Papers

 

 


 

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