A Level options post-2016 | Candle Conferences

Qualifications Reform

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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