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Religious Studies

Religious Studies falls within our Social Sciences and Humanities faculty here at BMS. Described by Osama, a year 9 student,as “Interesting” because “you get to explore what other people believe in” it is becoming an ever more important subject within society as a whole.

Holistically, the Religious Studies course embraces each of our 3Rs of Respect, Responsibility and Relationships. Placing an emphasis on philosophical and ethical arguments alongside those of religion the course challenges our students on diverse and relevant issues within contemporary British society.

The two year GCSE course considers a range of religious and non-religious beliefs such as Hinduism, Judaism, atheism and humanism. In doing so students actively embrace the build self-understanding, and an appreciation of the world in which we live.

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