A TeachRE Course trainee explains to parents why RE is an essential academic subject

Posted on 15th March 2018

One of our TeachRE Course trainees who plans to become an RE teacher from September 2018 has written about why RE is a vital part of the school curriculum. Read her article, which is aimed at parents, here. This task is one completed by all TeachRE course trainees, if you’d like to know more about […]

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University of Chester: Schools Engagement

Posted on 30th January 2018

The University of Chester have launched their schools engagement page at https://www1.chester.ac.uk/theology-and-religious-studies/schools-engagement including information on: Workshops in your school Saturday study days for A level teachers Year 12 on-campus study days Funding for MA study NATRE student ambassador scheme

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How the TeachRE courses support the DfE Standards

Posted on 21st December 2017

We have now exemplified ways in which the TeachRE Courses support the DfE standards. You can download this document here http://www.teachre.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/DFE-Standards-and-TeachRE-course-Final.pdf

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Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion Taster Day

Posted on 5th December 2017

Tuesday 30 January 2018 A day for Year 10s and 11s to encourage studying Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion at university. Girton College, University of Cambridge is running a Taster Day in collaboration with Theology, Religion and the Philosophy of Religion academics. The day is open to Year 10 and 11 student who have […]

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Francesca explains why RE must be on the school timetable!

Posted on 9th May 2017

Francesca Collyer-Powell who plans to train as an RE teacher created this short article as part of her work for the TeachRE Subject Knowledge Course. We were so impressed we had to share it with you!   WHY RE? – for parents.   RE is an incredibly exciting and challenging subject which holds an important […]

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