RE Today works nationally and internationally to support Religious Education in schools. It is committed to the teaching of the major world faiths in RE and non-religious worldviews, to an accurate and fair representation of their beliefs, values and practices in all its teaching materials.

We provide RE services in all types of schools; primary, secondary, middle, academies, free, independent and schools with a religious character by enabling you to better equip your staff with whole school CPD training or by supporting you to deliver big RE days to pupils or to Key Stages.

We provide services to SACREs under annual (or multi-year) contracts or as
one-off consultancy, and we tailor the services to meet the specific needs of the SACRE client.

Our RE Advisers work closely with the Anglican and Catholic Dioceses to find the best solutions for you tailoring our services to meet your needs.

We produce a range of professional and curriculum publications designed to support teachers of Religious Education. All are available from our webshop.

Locally Agreed Syllabus

We provide a full range of Agreed Syllabus services to support SACREs in this statutory duty.

We can provide a fully managed service for Locally Agreed Syllabus production, including drafting and managing approval and adoption of the Locally Agreed Syllabus, print and production, and delivery of Syllabus launch conference and follow up events.

The RE Today team have been involved in writing the Locally Agreed Syllabus for over 30 SACREs across England, and we bring a wide range of experience at both Primary and Secondary phases to support our clients. In particular, we can advise on the most effective way to combine local RE requirements with national guidelines and legislation, to achieve the best quality RE outcomes for the SACRE.

We also offer a fast ­track process to support SACREs where the timescale or available budget do not allow for a fully bespoke local syllabus.

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LATEST ISSUE OF RETODAY SPRING 2020

Theme: Intent, implementation, impact in RE

In this issue:

  • Three 'I's from the inspectors
  • Discovering Sacred Texts: the brilliant new RE offer from the British Library
  • academic research applied to the RE classroom
  • Over 25 practical classroom resources and ideas
  • And more...
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Strictly RE 2020

Strictly RE 2020 is officially sold out!

With over 20 seminars to choose from, thought-provoking keynotes and exciting exhibitor stands, Strictly RE is back again!


Join the waiting list if you would still like to attend.

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Understanding Christianity

A comprehensive training resource offering a clear and coherent approach to teaching Christianity in RE.

Understanding Christianity is based around a selection of core Christian concepts and structured across the age range (Early Years Foundation Stage to Key Stage 3), to help you support pupils in deepening their understanding of Christianity.

When you attend one of our accredited training courses you will be given the Understanding Christianity resources packed with a huge range of thoughtful and engaging teaching and learning ideas and materials.

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Client Support

'The work of RE Today has increased the confidence of teachers, enabling them to adopt creative approaches to the Catholic RE curriculum and to approach the teaching of other faiths with increasing confidence because of the accurate and effective approaches promoted by RE Today... So thanks to RE Today.'

Chris Devanny
Catholic Diocese of Leeds

School Support

'The publication 'Assessment in RE' is a great reference point for whatever stage schools are at in the assessment of RE. There are practical and workable ideas to kick-start an assessment model, as well as straight forward solutions to develop and strengthen existing models.'

Debbie Yeomans
Ullesthrope Primary School

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'The 'Help! I'm the RE Subject Leader' course was delivered in a meaningful and engaging way. Well resourced. Full of practical ideas that seem easy to implement.'

Alex Byrne Smith
Fox Primary School

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