Religious Studies School Trips

Our Religious Studies school trips address key units for students studying Religious Education at GCSE: War & Ethics, Faith & Pilgrimage & Religion & Society.  The study materials provided can also be differentiated for KS3 groups.  The themes explored on each tour are as follows:

London:  exterior & interior architectural features of places of worship  •  religious art, symbolism & imagery  •  public worship & use by the community

Amsterdam:  racial prejudice, discrimination & segregation  •  inequality, injustice & suppression of freedoms

Rouen & Paris:  the nature & meaning of pilgrimage  •  death & the afterlife  •  memorialisation & commemoration

Ypres & WWI Battlefields:  the "Just War" theory & conduct of war  •  the sanctity of life & responses to suffering  •  pacifism & conscientious objection  •  forgiveness & reconciliation 

Entrance fees are included where a venue is an integral component of the tour.  All our tours can be tailored to cover your students' specific learning objectives.  Click on the tour links below for details about each trip.

You can contact our office on Freephone 0800 801 560 to discuss your specific requirements in more detail or simply Request a Quotation.
 
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