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Numeracy in Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies

Numeracy in Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies

Related Numeracy Outcomes

  • Data and analysis

  • Ideas of chance and uncertainty

  • Time

In RMPS pupils employ a range of Numeracy skills during their studies.

Timelines and dates are used frequently in the history of religion whilst comparing the ages of faiths.

Data and analysis skills are employed during class surveys and investigations calculating percentages, for example, of people in a given Faith.

In Philosophy of Religion the concept of probability is explored and used to determine the chances of ideas and happenings e.g. the existence of God; the theory of evolution; or other religious concepts.

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Examples of Numeracy within Religious Education


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