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This month our Year 13 Religious Studies students were among 400 young people who had their minds stretched by a host of Oxford University theology professors, including the iconic Daphne Hampson who challenged them to think about religion’s impact on gender politics at the Academy Conferences Masterclass in Bloomsbury.
Our A-level students, as part of their curriculum, study a variety of religious, philosophical and ethical themes with an in-depth study of Christianity and Islam applied to a range of contemporary issues, including families and gender equality.
Written by Sean Green, Head of Philosophy, Religion and Ethics (PRE)