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  • UKS2 CHRISTMAS RESOURCE Mr Stricken’s Nativity Nightmare

    CHRISTMAS RESOURCE Mr Stricken’s Nativity Nightmare

  • LKS2 RE Scheme of Work – Jim’s Journey

    Gill Tewkesbury won the Hockerill / NATRE prize for innovate teaching in RE for 2014 for her work in primary school. She has kindly shared her SOW, the details of which are from the Hockerill website and then the resources are futher down. This entry follows the life of Jim, an 18 year old student […]

  • ICT and Religious Education

    Most RE classrooms now have a computer; access to the internet and a projector. This means that we can now access a wide range of free resources which we can use to engage our students. Both reonline and NATRE / REtoday are good starting points, but the ideas below might prove useful too. Ideas; links […]

  • RE Syllabi Area 1

    National Curriculum Framework for RE (NCFRE) (2013) (Non-statutory)http://www.natre.org.uk/uploads/Free%20Resources/RE_Review_Summary%20&%20Curriculum%20Framework.pdf Cornwall SACRE RE agreed syllabus (2014)www.cornwall.gov.uk/media/9227047/Agreed-syllabus-2014.pdf Devon SACRE RE agreed syllabus (2014) www.babcock-education.co.uk/ldp/do_download.asp?did=306238 Torbay Agreed Syllabus (2015) www.babcock-education.co.uk/ldp/do_download.asp?did=306238 Plymouth Agreed Syllabus (2014) http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/schoolroomreligiouseducation

  • RE Reports

    RE Reports Reports from the All Party Parliamentary Group for RE (APPG) can be found at: http://religiouseducationcouncil.org.uk/appg/appg-reports RE: The Truth Unmasked (2013) An investigation into the supply of and support for teachers of religious education The contribution of RE to good community relations (2014) Ofsted report into RE: realizing the potential (2013)https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/religious-education-realising-the-potential A new settlement: […]

  • Helping children and young people build Resilience through Religious Education – within the context of the Prevent duty, SMSC and British values

    Helping children and young people build Resilience through Religious Education – within the context of the Prevent duty, SMSC and British values – A personal reflection from Jonathan Marshall This paper sets out to remind teachers of their extended safeguarding role, which since July 2015, must include the Prevent duty. But it goes on to […]

  • Guidance on Visits and Visitors

    Guidance on Visits and Visitors Faith and belief visitors (Devon). Click here for list: Faith_and_belief_visitors_schools_weblist Guidance on visits and visitors (from NATRE website): (8.2) Checklist for visits Trips and visitors database for Bristol, South Glos and Area 2: RE trips and visitors directory Nov 2016

  • Devon, Plymouth and Torbay Assessment Resources

    Devon, Plymouth and Torbay Assessment resources click here

  • Understanding Humanism

    Understanding Humanism by Keith Denby Teaching Humanism to young people, either in the context of RE or in other parts of the curriculum is rewarding for both pupils and teachers. Humanists make their ethical decisions based on reason, empathy, and a concern for human beings and other sentient animals, they trust the scientific method when […]