Worldviews and Religious Education, SMSC and cultural diversity remain incredibly important in our school life. RE teachers and coordinators desire to deliver the highest quality, challenging and engaging Worldviews and Religious Education in schools. RE curriculums are required to be relevant to the pupils, Ofsted and our modern global society.
We aim to support you in this journey at the RE Network meeting: meet ‘virtually’, share good practice and network with other RE teachers coordinators and specialists to explore key questions, themes and issues:
This RE Network session aims to increase understanding of humanism and worldviews and provide a toolkit of ideas to help deliver the worldviews in your classroom.
We will be focusing on teaching humanism in Primary Schools, although much of the content is the knowledge foundation for Secondary too, so all welcome: the session will be
• A modern RE curriculum: reflecting the beliefs in our local community: census data
• Teaching religion and worldviews- including non-religious worldviews
• Looking at new humanist resources together
• Sharing together the resources/ stories and ideas that you like to use in your schools to teach humanism– sharing teaching materials, stories, texts, artefacts, virtual tours and video clips
Trainer: Jan McGuire