Religion and Life
The Religion and Life ATAR course provides students with opportunities to learn about religion and the interplay that occurs between religion, societies and people. Students develop an informed and critical understanding of this interplay by drawing from a detailed knowledge of one or more religions. Every religion offers a system of beliefs and practices. In the Religion and Life ATAR course, students explore one or more religions and investigate the characteristics of religion, their origins, foundations, social influence and development over time. They analyse the role religion has played in society and understand the challenges and opportunities religions face. Students employ research and learning skills that enable them to use a range of primary and secondary sources to investigate the connection between religion and life.
Minimum Entry Requirements
B grade in Year 10 General English AND B grade in Year 10 Humanities
For assessment criteria and Year 12 course details, please visit the SCSA page of this subject.