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The Year 7 curriculum provides opportunities for young people to 'see, judge and act' in response to Jesus' great commandment to love God and love others and thus, 'live life to the full'. At a time when society is becoming increasingly secular, and some people question the existence of God, there is a greater need for young people to study Religion as a driving force in human history. Its aim is to assist students to understand their emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual development. They are encouraged to create a classroom climate conducive to the development of individual and group inquiry.

This course provides students with opportunities to 'see, judge and act' in response to Jesus' great commandment to love God, and love others and thus, 'live life to the full'. At a time when society is becoming increasingly secular, and some people question the existence of God, there is a greater need for young poeple to benefit from the study of Religion. Students develop an understanding of their emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual selves. They are also encouraged to create a classroom climate conducive to the development of individual and group inquiry.

This course provides opportunities for young people to ‘see, judge and act’ in response to Jesus’ great commandment to love God and love others and thus, ‘live life to the full’. At a time when society is becoming increasingly secular, and some people question the existence of God, there is a greater need for young people to benefit from the study of Religion. Its aim is to allow the students to understand their emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual development. Students are encouraged to create a classroom climate conducive to the development of individual and group inquiry.

This course provides opportunities for young people to ‘see, judge and act’ in response to Jesus’ great commandment to love God and love others and thus, ‘live life to the full’. At a time when society is becoming increasingly secular, and some people question the existence of God, there is a greater need for young people to benefit from the study of Religion. Its aim is to allow the students to understand their emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual development. They are also encouraged to create a classroom climate conducive to the development of individual and group inquiry.

Studies of Religion acknowledges religion as a distinctive answer to the human need for meaning in life. An understanding of Religious Traditions provides a perspective for the human view of reality and deals with daily living as well as with the ultimate source, meaning and goal of life. This course enables students to come to an understanding that each religious tradition has its own integrity and contributes to a well-ordered society. The course emphasises the development of skills of analysis, independent research, collaboration and effective communication. Studies of Religion provides a learning experience that prepares students for further education and training, employment and full and active participation as citizens within society.

This course is divided into two sections. It is designed to promote an understanding and critical awareness of the nature and significance of religion and the influence of belief systems and religious traditions on individuals and within society. The two sections are: Religion and Belief Systems post 1945 and Religious Tradition Depth Studies - Christianity and Judaism.