Welcome to the RE section of the Lancashire Grid for Learning. Through this website you will find many sources of inspiration to support your classroom teaching of RE. Lancashire's SACRE is committed to supporting all colleagues who are making Religious Education the best it can be for the children and young people of our County.
At the heart of Lancashire's syllabus is the quest to understand what it is to be human. By learning about and from religion we can become more open minded, respectful and achieve greater self-awareness. The skills and attitudes developed though RE can thus make a significant contribution to promoting British Values and developing community cohesion in Lancashire.
The final report of the Commission on RE has now been published and has attracted some press coverage. There are 11 recommendations to support the development of a National Entitlement for Religious Education with a proposed timetable for change included.
Final Report of the Commission on RE
Please click on the news title/link to access the report or find it by using the Reports and Guidance tab on the left
Please click on the above link for training opportunities over the Autumn term.
RE Training Opportunities Autumn Term 2018 - Part 1
Better RE in Lancashire
This course will explore the characteristics of good quality teaching, learning and assessment in RE for pupils aged 4-11. Look at how to plan effective lessons and explore pedagogy in action.
All bookings to be made through LPDS
FREE Area Network Meetings are being held across Lancashire.
RE Training Opportunities Autumn Term 2018 - Part 2
For more information, please click on the title or click the Training Opportunities tab on the left of this webpage.
Applications for the 2018/19 Farmington Scholarships are now open. These are Scholarships available to teachers of religious education and associated subjects in UK secondary, primary, and special needs schools. Head teachers who wish to undertake research into either religious education or values education are also eligible to apply.
Scholarships cover the cost of tuition, essential local travel and, by negotiation with the school, the salary of a replacement teacher up to point 6 of the main pay scale. Scholarships last for a maximum of 30 days and can either be taken at a local university (we have links with 15 throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) or can be home-based with a local tutor.
An animated A to Z guide for pupils aged 11-14 that explores and introduces a variety of religious topics.
A to Z of Religion and Beliefs
Alongside each film, there is more information about the content and suggestions of how it could be used in the classroom. Click the title above to visit the site.
BBC Video Clips for KS2 to support work on 'Living Religious Traditions'. Click on the title above to visit the site.
My Life My Religion
If you wish to buy into the Lancashire Agreed Syllabus to access these planning and assessment materials please click on the title above to email us or phone 01257 516166
If you wish to buy into the Lancashire Agreed Syllabus...
SACRE now has a twitter account - @LancsSACRE.
Join us on Twitter
Need to ask someone of faith a question? Click the title above to find out more about Email a Believer at RE Online.
Need to ask someone of faith a question?