Religious Education and Collective Worship In Church of England schools, where pupils and staff come from all faiths and none, religious education (RE) is a highly valued academic subject that enables understanding of how religion and beliefs affect our lives. At the heart of RE in church schools is the teaching of Christianity and pupils also learn about other faiths and world views.
Curriculum Design in Religious Education - #balancedRE
This animation sets out a balanced approach to curriculum design in RE. This approach to RE curriculum design has been developed by four Diocesan RE advisers for use in all schools and academies. This work has been developed in collaboration with teachers and subject experts over the last four years and has recently received support from the Church of England Education Office to facilitate its further development.
ODBE: RE in SchoolsReligious Education plays a central role in offering the broad and balanced curriculum that will enable students to participate fully in life in modern Britain and the wider world. It aims to enable young people to hold informed and balanced conversations about religions and beliefs. It sets out to provide a safe environment where they can explore their own ideas and learn to evaluate the opinions of others.
Understanding ChristianityThe key purpose of this project is to help all teachers support pupils in developing their own thinking and their understanding of Christianity, as a contribution to their understanding of the world and their own experience within it.
RE Today ServicesRE Today Services works nationally and internationally to support Religious Education in schools. It is committed to the teaching of the major world faiths in Religious Education, and to an accurate and fair representation of their beliefs, values and practices in all its teaching materials.
Culham St Gabriel's Trust Culham St Gabriel’s is an endowed charitable trust dedicated to educational work in support of religious education (RE).
Sir Halley Stewart TrustA grant-giving charity that supports innovative and pioneering Social, Medical and Religious projects, to enable human flourishing and to prevent suffering.
The Jerusalem TrustThe objects of the Trust include the advancement of advance Christian education and learning.
Prayer Spaces in SchoolsPrayer Spaces in Schools enable children and young people, of all faiths and none, to explore these life questions, spirituality and faith in a safe, creative and interactive way.
Supporting Spiritual Life in School
This is "Supporting Spiritual Life in School" by Prayer Spaces In Schools.
Religious Education Curriculum Queries
Please use this form to contact Mr Mckrell, the RE Subject Leader.
LOVING ALL OUR NEIGHBOURS - John 15: 12 'This is My commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.'
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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