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Jan 13

What's worth fighting for in RE?

Posted by: Rosemary, 13 January 2011

This presentation and symposium on the future of RE is being held as part of the Celebrating RE month in March. It takes place on 1 March, 4.30pm - 7.00pm in Dewsbury Minster.

If you are a…

  • member of a faith or belief community
  • student or teacher of RE, or a tutor in RE or education
  • primary or secondary teacher of RE
  • member of an RE organisation
  • parent of a child studying RE in school

... this event will be of interest to you.

If you would like to submit questions that could become part of the presentation or Q&A, email Mark Chater.

Further details and booking form are in the document below.
Celebrating_RE_Conferences_Whats_worth_fighting_for_in_RE.pdf

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Jan 13

Free Conference for RE Professionals

Posted by: Rosemary, 13 January 2011

Treading on egg shells? is a free conference for RE professioanls. Taking place at the University of Huddersfield on 18 March 2011, the focus is on tackling difficult topics in RE.

The keynote speaker is Professor Mark Halstead, who will speak on The Importance and value of RE in the contemporary world. Workshops will follow, including Religion & Violent Extremism and Religion & Sexuality. There will be opportunity to discuss with fellow professionals and to network with colleagues.

The conference is supported by NATRE, Kirklees SACRE and the University of Huddersfield, and is free to teachers.

Enquiries to Alastair Ross or Emma Salter.

Celebrating_RE_Conference_Treading_on_Eggshells.pdf

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Jan 12

RE and the EBacc

Posted by: Rosemary, 12 January 2011

RE Today and NATRE are interested to hear from teachers about what is happening in their schools regarding curriculum planning for September 2011. Emails and phone calls to our office, together with today’s publication of the EBacc results, confirm our concerns that RE may be struggling to retain its place in the curriculum in some schools.

Let us know what is happening in your school - whether RE is retaining its curriculum place next year, or is under pressure. We won’t identify you or your school to others unless you give us permission to do so.

Email us today with details of RE in your school. Also - why not visit us on Facebook and Twitter?

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Jan 07

Becta's website closes

Posted by: Rosemary, 07 January 2011

Prior to Becta’s closure in March 2011, its website will cease to be available after 31 January. Teachers are advised to download any materials they may find useful before the end of January. RE Today has been given the RE-specific assets from the site and will make these available via its website in due course. A snapshop of the website will be available from the National Archives after the closure of the site.

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Jan 01

Congratulations - John Keast, OBE

Posted by: Rosemary, 01 January 2011

Everyone at RE Today is absolutely delighted that John Keast, our Chair, was awarded an OBE for services to education in the New Year’s Honours. This is a very well-deserved honour for John, who has worked tirelessly on behalf of RE over many years. It is also good news for RE as we face a year of curriculum change.

The full list of New Year’s Honours can be found here.

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