RELIGIOUS STUDIES at Steyning Grammar School
A/SUnit One: Philosophy introduces students to philosophical and religious thinking using selected teachings from Plato and Aristotle, as well as from ancient Hebrew texts. Unit Two: Ethics introduces ethical theory, and the different approaches to ethical decision making employed by Aquinas, Kant, as well as the thinking of utilitarianism and Divine Command Theory.
A2Unit Three: Philosophy asks the question “What does it mean to be human?” through the study of concepts of body, mind and spirit. It considers ideas concerning life after death; reincarnation, resurrection and disembodied existence.Unit Four: Ethics considers what we mean when we use moral language. It asks the question 'Do we have free will...or are our lives determined?' and discusses the conscience; does it exist, and if it does, what is its nature?
For AS - GCSE Religious Education (Short Course) grade B. For students who have not studied Religious Education at GCSE, grade ‘B’ in English or a Humanities subject is advisable.
For A2 - Examination pass at AS level
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Steyning Grammar School directly.
Last updated date: 09 June 2014