Religious Studies (Philosophy and Ethics) - A Level at Northallerton College
Religious studies is about exploring philosophy, religion, ethics and culture. It involves thinking deeply, analysing and evaluating religions and concepts and developing your own worldview. Key skills developed are clear and coherent communication, the ability to understand and represent other perspectives and the ability to present persuasive arguments.
A minimum of a B grade in GCSE religious studies and a minimum of grade 4 in English.
Lessons are taught in a variety of ways including group work, class discussion and individual research. Students will be required to complete wider reading in order to develop their own knowledge and understanding which will be evidenced in essays completed throughout the year.
The subject can be combined with any other AS/A2 level and is a useful qualification for a wide variety of university degree subjects, including English, geography, history, law, philosophy, politics, psychology and sociology.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Northallerton College directly.