The first week is essentially a series of workshops looking at subjects from PSHE. From these subjects are those of sex, drugs and alcohol, citizenship, identity, democracy and others. It is fundamental that students understand these important subjects from within their own religious tradition.
The second week is focusing on science and atheism which are often taught as fact with little concern for other views and philosophies. Topics such as the nature of science and its fallibility or the existence of God are a must for any Muslim child studying these subjects at school. The focus will be for children aged 13-16.
Details are as follows:
Week 1: Islamic PSHE (Key Stage 4 | 13-16 years)
Monday 30 July 2018 to Thursday 1 August 2018 (10am - 1pm)
Drugs, Smoking and Alcohol
Sex education (girls taught by female instructor)
Citizenship, democracy and human rights. Roles and Responsibilities as a Muslim
Careers and the world of work
Week 2: Science and Atheism week (Key Stage 4 | 13-16 years)
Monday 13 August to Thursday 16 August (10am - 1pm)
Philosophy of science: What is science and is religion unscientific?
Theology: Does God exist?
Morality and miracles: nature, reality, good and evil
World view: miracles, gender, sexual morality and Q&A.
|Event Date||30-Jul-2018 10:00|
|Event End Date||01-Aug-2018 13:00|
|Registration Start Date||20-Jun-2018|
|Individual Price||£23 The fee covers the full two weeks|
|Location||Castlefield - High Wycombe|
Helping young people through the provision of educational, recreational and leisure time projects.