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 Summer 2022

Theme: Personal worldviews in RE

In this issue:

  • What your T-shirt says about your vision?
  • Go Dharmic
  • Sir Peter Bottomley MP o national RE plan
  • Over 30 active lesson ideas for KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4

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