Philosophy and Ethics AS and A2 at Broughton Hall High School
Students will follow the new OCR specification which will encourage candidates to:
- develop an interest and enthusiasm for a rigorous study of religion;
- treat the subject as an academic discipline by developing knowledge and understanding appropriate to a specialist study of religion;
- use an enquiring, critical and emphatic approach to the study of religion
AS Religious Ethics
A2 Religious Ethics
The course will be open to candidates who have achieved a GCSE grade B or above in Religious Studies and grade B in English. Students should be committed to work hard and be open to learning new skills in reasoning, debating and in analysing.
All universities accept and welcome students with Religious Studies onto a variety of courses in Humanities, Arts and the Sciences, as well as specific courses in Religious Studies and related disciplines. Employers value the skills in students that Religious Studies develop, such as the ability to form balanced arguments, analyse critically and be able to appreciate different viewpoints. Religious Studies opens up opportunities for employment in many areas of work, such as Teaching, Journalism, Medicine, Management, Police, Childcare and many others.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Broughton Hall High School directly.