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Religious Studies A Level at Chilwell School

Course description

Our beliefs and values are formed by many things. They, in return, affect how we live our lives. Religious Studies will help you discover the background to how ethical opinions were developed, as we investigate the great Philosophers and their ideas. These theories can then be applied to real life issues. For example, Plato’s ideas of reality will be comparted to those of Aristotle. We also study the origins of the universe and life, as we compare evolutionary beliefs versus that of creationism.

Entry requirements

Additional entry requirements: Students will need a minimum Grade C GCSE Religious Studies.


AS Assessment

  • Unit 1 – Philosophy of Religion
  • Unit 2 – Religious Ethics

A2 Assessment

  • Unit 3 – Philosophy of Religion
  • Unit 4 – Religious Ethics

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 08 September 2016

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