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Voices of faith and belief in schools (guidance)

NATRE, has released an update to its guidance for religious visitors to schools which can be downloaded here. As an organisation working with schools in the Colchester area we adopt this guidance as a standard for the way we work … Continue reading

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Chaplaincy in Education Conference – Resources for Spiritual Development [u]

Today I have been taking part in the Chaplaincy in Education day conference. Among other things I’ve been working alongside Rachel Warwick in a session looking at Resources for Spiritual Development. The following is a list of web sites and … Continue reading

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Transforming RE – case study

Ofsted have published a case study looking at the way the Bankfield School in Widnes has transformed the perception and impact of RE and also raised the profile of SMSC. “Crucially, the search for a renewed vision for RE was … Continue reading

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Guidance – religious believers visiting schools

NATRE’s guidance and code of conduct for religious believers visiting schools is available as a download from RE Today. Essential reading for all who, like us, go into schools in the name of their faith. “…it should not be forgotten … Continue reading

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Research confirms that young people want good RE

Into the current debate on the place of RE in the ‘English Baccalaureate’ (see REact) Robert Jackson, Professor of Education at the University of Warwick and Director of Warwick Religions and Education Research Unit, has responded to David Cameron’s speech … Continue reading

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Celebrating RE

Today marks the beginning of Celebrating RE month with a load of great ideas and resources on the website. Perhaps coincidentally (?) this comes at a time when RE is under threat through the introduction of the English Baccalaureate. This … Continue reading

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