RE Today Roadshow -'Challenge and Inspiration in RE'

Boost your confidence and teaching techniques to enhance your RE!

Being a primary teacher of RE can be daunting, having confidence in your subject knowledge, and thinking of creative lessons to keep your pupils engaged can be difficult. To give your teaching a boost join our National RE Advisers as they hit the road in:

Led by inspiring speakers Lat Blaylock and Ian Nicholson, this CPD event will focus on ‘Challenge and Inspiration in RE’, including religious and non-religious worldviews, practical teaching methods, and the latest Ofsted requirements.

Come along to make lasting connections around your region.
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NOW AVAILABLE: REtoday Vol. 41 No. 3

Theme: Mapping RE

Highlights from this issue:

  • An interview with the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, whose new book 'P is for Pilgrim: Young Explorers' offers accessible explanations of key concepts in Christianity, which can be used as a reference book with children and young people.
  • Exciting cross-curricular ideas from teachers who share their own projects and experiences: eg how to integrate geography into RE, and planning a local 'pilgrimage'.
  • BBC Teach's Executive Producer shares rich resources for primary schools from the BBC 'treasure-chest'.

Explore the knowledge-rich contents page here to see what this edition has in store!

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