Religious Studies GCSE at Warlingham School
This course gives students the opportunities to: (a) acquire and develop knowledge and understanding of the beliefs, values and traditions of one or more religions. (b) Consider the influences of the beliefs, values and traditions associated with one or more religions. (c) consider religions and others responses to moral issues. (d) identify, investigate and respond to fundamental questions of life raised by religions and human experience. Topics include: • why some people believe in God and others do not • life after death • abortion and euthanasia • living together, marriage and divorce • the influence of religion on family life • the place of women in religions • religion in a multi-ethnic and multi-faith society • religion and the media How will I be assessed? One 2 hour exam: 100% of the grade
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Warlingham School directly.