This wide-ranging syllabus aims to promote an enquiring, critical and sympathetic approach to the study of religion. Learners will reflect on religious responses to moral issues, identify and explore questions about the meaning of life, and recognise the contribution of religion to patterns of belief and behaviour. They study Christianity, Islam and Judaism, providing an introduction to the challenging and varied nature of religion.


The syllabus is well designed, interesting to teach, accessible to learners and has been updated for first teaching in 2018. It explains what you need to know, how they will be assessed, and the relationship between assessment objectives and the examination papers.


Past Papers

November 2018