Religious Studies Day One: Faith in Film
Student will: gain insights into ways of expressing important religious ideas; understand the influence of religion in art/film; consider the value of religious imagery; identify the religious ideas being portrayed in film extracts; evaluate the realism and impact of particular portrayals of founders and leaders; assess the value and effectiveness of the film in communicating the essence of religion.
Religious Studies Day Two: Science and Religion
Students will: explore the difference between scientific knowledge and religious knowledge; explain the nature of ‘truth’ in each; discuss if religion and science are compatible, in conflict or mutually exclusive (co-exist but kept completely separate)
Religious Studies Day Three: Religion Charity and Conflict
Students will: explore the work of global religious charities and their work in conflict zones and upholding human rights around the world.
Tutor time include discussion topics sure as:
- What do different religions state about fairness and tolerance?
- Who are the Amish and what is their way of life?
- Does God exist?
- How does spirituality affect people’s lives?
Mulberry UTC also continues to link with St Joseph’s Hospice and other local religious organisations to support the delivery of religious studies.