A Level options post-2016 | Candle Conferences

Qualifications Reform
SEPTEMBER 30, 2015 / VARDYCHARLOTTE

This term every RS and Philosophy teacher in the land is preoccupied with qualifications reform.  Boring yes, but important none the less.  The choices are difficult and not a little confusing.

Firstly, the A Level Philosophy of Religion and Ethics has gone for good.  As the DfE content criteria and the draft specifications affirm, what remains in Religious Studies A Level is “philos’n’ethics lite” with a side order of either the systematic study of religion (almost everybody will do the chips choice that is Christianity) or the…

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