Intelligent design in science lessons

22nd June 2007 at 01:00
I was dismayed to read James Williams's letter about RE and science (TES, June 8). These are two entirely different lessons, and rightfully so most of the time. But when it comes to designcreation theory, I think it should be taught in science as a worldwide point of view, just like the "big bang"

theory. After all, that theory is taught in RE, right?

Jack Bainbridge Year 11 student, Bristol

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