Philosophy, Religion and History of Science

In this 45-60 minute workshop, the historical events leading up to the formation of the modern State of Israel will be explored, as well as the ensuing conflict. The issues involved in the continuing conflict in the region will also be focussed upon. The session covers issues related to both history and religious studies –…
What is an argument, and what makes for a good one? What does it mean for an argument or be valid or invalid?  This interactive workshop is suitable for students of all subjects and introduces some of the basic concepts and issues involved in the study of reasoning, argument and logic and the key tools…
Ethics is the investigation of the rightness or wrongness of people’s actions. Do we have any duties towards suffering people in far-away countries? Is it acceptable to partake in sports that put our lives at risk? Can punishment ever be justified? Thinking about these questions is to do applied ethics. This session is designed to…
We are delighted to invite you and your students Schools Question Time, run in partnership with Leeds Minster. This event will allow your students to get involved in debating the big social, philosophical, political and religious issues of the day and question a diverse panel of invited guests on issues of current affairs, ethics and…
The ‘Leeds Loves’ Project offers free talks and workshops designed to inspire and encourage progress in the Arts and Humanities. Talks are delivered in schools by our specially trained Student Ambassadors, are offered in a range of subjects and are available to students in Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. All sessions are interactive and…
Take part in our Discover ARTiculation Challenge competition! Students are invited to take part in the first round of this competition by submitting a short film of themselves speaking about a piece of art or architecture. From this first round eight Finalists will be selected to take part in a live Final on campus in…
Offered in partnership with Leeds Minster, young people will have the opportunity to question and debate with a diverse panel of invited guests on current affairs, ethics and religion.