Teenagers will be required to study two religions alongside the link between faith and terrorism as part of new GCSEs introduced the wake of the so-called Trojan Horse affair.

For the first time, pupils will learn about a range of different faiths to prepare them for "life in modern Britain" under a reform of religious studies qualifications.

Schools will be expected to choose between a list of six mainstream beliefs – Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism.

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