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Philosophy & Ethics A-Level at The Warren School

Course description

Studying Philosophy and Religion means being able to encounter two of the most exciting areas open to human beings. It enables us to ask about the most important parts of being human and pose questions like ‘What is the meaning of life?’, ‘Does God exist?’, ‘Is there life after death?’ and ‘Am I real?’ Both disciplines teach a rigorous approach to seeking out the answers. The Department hopes to sow the seeds of critical inquiry through our teaching and encourage students to let no stone go unturned and no assumption go unchallenged in their quest for the right answers.

Entry requirements

C grade or higher in Maths, English and science at GCSE.

Assessment

This course is assessed entirely through examination in May/June. AS and A2 Students will be assessed via 2 written papers at the end of each year. AS and A2 courses will be de-couples from first teaching 2015

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Warren School directly.

Last updated date: 25 June 2015

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