Religion (Philosophy and Ethics) A Level at Worcester Sixth Form College
Religion, Philosophy and Ethics is about people and their questions. The subject gets to grips with people's real lives, what they believe and what makes them act as they do. It is also about societies and cultures, oten very different from your own, and how these have evolved over time.
Religion, Philosophy and Ethics will appeal to you if you are enthusiastic and thoughtful enough to want to understand the deeply held convictions of others and to examine your own prejudices, assumptions and beliefs. You will be able to study what different thinkers have said on these questions, as well as studying a world faith in depth.
- English GCSE grade C or above
- Desirable: GCSE Religous Studies (or short course) at grade C or above
Open minded interest in religion. Interest in moral issues. Willingness to contribute to discussion.
The A Level is assessed by external exams
Trip(s) to places of worship. Transport costs only plus optional donations.
Teaching and Learning Styles
We will use a whole host of cooperative and independent learning methods to assist your learning. There is a good deal of discussion together, with plenty of resources available to support this course.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Worcester Sixth Form College directly.