Religious Studies at The Henry Box School
Religious Studies at Henry Box covers a wide variety of topics and beliefs. Students study Islam, Judaism and Christianity in some depth and have the opportunity to learn about aspects of Buddhism, Sikhism and Hinduism as well. We also study broader topics such as prejudice and morality.In the Religious Studies department our aim is to help students to better understand both their own beliefs and the beliefs of others. Students are encouraged to develop skills of questioning and reflection through discussion, group activities and written work.
The A-level courses are academically demanding and in order to cope successfully students must have achieved good GCSE results. Our minimum entry requirement is therefore an average of 42 GCSE points, including a 'C' grade in English Language. As a general guide, most subjects require a minimum GCSE grade B in the subject to be studied.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Henry Box School directly.