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Philosophy, Ethics & Religion



Philosophy, Ethics and Religion (PER) is a thought provoking and academically challenging subject that addresses life’s big questions: What is truth? How do we know what is real? Does God exist? Are we free? What does it mean to be good? 

The course has a multidisciplinary approach to learning that draws on evidence from theology, philosophy, science and the social sciences to explore issues ranging from miracles to human sexuality.  

A-Level in Philosophy, Ethics and Religion will equip students with critical reasoning and evaluative skills prized by universities and employers – law, politics, media, education, and social work. Students who take religious studies develop a broader outlook on life and express confidence when engaging with socio-political issues.