Your next SACRE agenda
A brief summary about the latest items to be added to the "Your next agenda" section of the website.
Click on any of the orange links to find out more.
Farmington Fellowships are for all those in the UK teaching RE (with at least two years teaching experience in their present post) and also for headteachers wishing to research into either RE or Values Education are also eligible to apply. Click here for more information. The closing date for applications is January 27th.
Information about latest religious education report from Ofsted which was released on October 6th.
In response, NASACRE released a press statement.
The RE Review report is now published. It has been produced by the RE Council in consultation with a wide variety of RE professional organisations and individuals, as well as members of the public.
From the link, you will find further information about the report and links to the full report and a summary.
In addition, NASACRE has produced a briefing paper to support SACREs with the non-statutory guidance and the writing of an agreed syllabus.
Drawn up by an RE Council working group with representation from NATRE, AREIAC, NASACRE, this code aims to complement the GTCEâ€™s general code for teachers.
Two briefing papers (primary and secondary) produced for governors by Dr Barbara Wintersgill. These outline schools' responsibilities with regard to RE, give an overview of the problems identified by the report RE: The Truth Unmasked published in March
and suggest some actions governors might undertake to bring about improvement in their schools.