- Category: RPS
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We seek to understand the philosophy that informs our lives and the choices we make; and ethics that we consider when we make big or small decisions
The subject is offered in for the whole cohort in KS3 and KS4. The popularity of the subject has made is a key subject in the achievement of progress 8. The subject has curved out a niche in the school as one that is very engaging using deep and very demanding questions.
It speaks to the students’ spiritual attitude towards many of the ethical, moral and philosophical issues that they think about. It is provides a platform for students to engage with issues that mean a lot to them and their family members. It covers issues that currently in the public platform and succeeds in generating debates that shape the ethics of a community.
We take pride in providing such a platform where all can engage in and with life.
As part of Devon Learning Authority, we follow the agreed syllabus that introduces our students to 6 main religions besides humanism and Paganism. This is in keeping with our ethos of introducing the students to both local and international trends in religion and the accompanying religious practices.
This lays the groundwork for a more focused learning in KS4 where they narrow that down to two main religions.
Questions about religion.
Science and Religion
Making Moral choices
Studying the human responses to ethical and philosophical issues in the modern and historical world is a key factor in Religion and Philosophy. This is a subject that constructively provokes student to look at their own and others’ points of views, experiences and ways of decision-making. We endeavour to ask many deep questions that prod the students to a higher learning experience. Without it, the school will be incomplete.
Religion and Life issues.
Religion and Morality