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Primary Scheme of Work for Religious Education Summer 2013
The non-statutory scheme of work for Primary Religious Education is undergoing some revision to be in line with the statutory requirements set out in the new Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus of Religious Education 2012-2017. All units are draft subject to SACRE approval at June 2013 meeting.
Units for Summer term planning are now available to download:
Ofsted Good Practice
Ofsted 10 December 2012: Good practice resource - An inclusive approach to Religious Education in a special school: Little Heath School, London Borough of Redbridge
New Statutory Requirement for Religious Education from September 2012
The Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus of Religious Education 2012-2017 containing the new statutory requirements for RE in Hertfordshire Schools is now available to download.
Limited places are still available for the related Primary Schools briefings and courses. A complimentary copy of the syllabus has been sent to all schools unable to attend the briefings in the Schools post. More...
Hertfordshire SACRE (Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education) held their annual Holocaust Memorial Day Commemoration on 26h January 2012 at 6pm. Several Hertfordshire schools took part in the event using a variety of art, music, readings and drama. The event marked the 67th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and will be attended by local Councillors, invited guests and school pupils.
The guest speakers were Bob and Ann Kirk, German - born Holocaust survivorswho live in Hertfordshire. As children they both left their parents behind in Germany and escaped to England, with the help of the Kindertransport organisation. They later discovered that their parents had been sent to concentration camps.
Bob and Ann are married and have two sons and three grandchildren, they retold painful memories and answered students questions.
KS3 Pay it Forward Scheme of Work
Richard Hale School have produced a KS3 Scheme of Work based on a study of a single film, Pay it Forward (dir. Mimi Leder, 2002). The scheme tasks students to examine key elements of the film – character, setting, narrative, imagery, cinematic technique and message – from a religious education perspective and to consider the core message of loving one’s neighbour. More...
SARETT - St Albans RE Teachers Together
Founded in October 2003, SARETT is a member of NATRE (National Association of Teachers of RE) and meets at least once a term to discuss, explore and develop the teaching of Primary RE.
Faith Communities Directory Online
The Hertfordshire Faith Communities Directory provides details of visiting speakers and places of worship willing to host school groups across the county. It is now available in Hertfordshire schools only by clicking on the following link:
If you know of any other individuals or places of worship which may be willing to be included in our directory then please contact Sarah Gatfield with details.