GCSE and iGCSE Religious Studies Tuition in London
There is not enough religion in the world even to destroy religion.
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Religious studies involves learning about the different belief systems, religious behaviours and traditions, and the range of institutions that have arisen through religion. Students will gain significant knowledge of the history and formation different religions, and be able to interpret and examine religious traditions and forms of expression across different cultures, time periods and countries.
Breakdown of the core Religious Studies GCSE content:
Religious Studies GCSE covers the study of a number of prominent religions throughout the world. The main modules: covered in the course are as follows:
- Christianity: Ethics
- Roman Catholicism
- Roman Catholicism: Ethics
- St Mark’s Gospel
- St Luke’s Gospel
- Philosophy of Religion
- Islam: Ethics
- Judaism: Ethics
Benefits of studying a Religious Studies GCSE/ iGCSE
GCSE Religious Studies gives students significant insight into different religious faiths and how they relate and influence the wider world. Students are required to read a number of texts throughout the course and encourages them to think about religion in relation to their own sense of identity and belonging, the purpose of religion, its values ,and the commitments involved in following a religion and what truth it and meaning it can bring to people’s lives
Why is it worth studying Religious Studies GCSE/ iGCSE?
The study of Religious Studies GCSE or IGCE provides students with a good foundation for further study of Religious Studies at A-level or degree level. Religious Studies requires critical thinking, and encourages students to question and debate, write intelligently and academically and it can also be useful for students interested in going on to study Philosophy, Law, History, History of Art, Government and Politics, Sociology and English Literature.
What can you do with an Religious Studies degree?
A Religious Studies degree equips graduates with a significant understanding of different religions, their practices and the effect they have on contemporary society. Some of the possible career options are:
- Teacher or lecturer in the subject
- Charity worker
- International Aid worker
- Advice worker
- Community development worker
- Newspaper or magazine journalist
- Social worker
- Youth worker