A LEVEL RELIGIOUS STUDIES
Each Tuesday evening during term-time
The A-level programme is an advanced one year course in Religious Studies, offering individuals the opportunity to study the Old and New Testaments in greater depth, whilst also encouraging and deepening their faith. The course is a good indicator of academic potential and is widely recognised as an access route to third level education.
The course tutors are Jonathan Seath and Mark Smith.
Students have three hours of lecture time per week, but should also allow time for personal study. The course is assessed through examinations, which take place in May and June.
Information about the syllabus can be found on the CCEA website at http://www.ccea.org.uk/religious_studies/ - click on 'GCE' and 'Specification' and look for:
- AS 2: An Introduction to the Acts of the Apostles
- AS 3: An Introduction to Old Testament Covenant and Prophecy
- A2 2: A Study of Acts, Galatians and 1 Corinthians
- A2 3: The Covenant Community: Prophecy and Renewal