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Encouraging students to think critically about religion and ethics

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Haslingden High encourages students to think critically about religion and ethics.

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Haslingden High School - good practice example

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This example shows how religious education at Haslingden High School encourages students to think critically about a range of religious, ethical and philosophical questions. In doing this it demonstrates how many of the challenges facing religious education can be addressed successfully.