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An Exciting Opportunity for an RE Teacher

 

The REC is looking to recruit a teacher associate to work with the professional consultant to the APPG. This is a rare and exciting opportunity for a teacher to gain experience in working on an important project at national level. The All Party Parliamentary Group on RE (APPG) is holding an inquiry into the supply of and support for teachers of RE.

The post is for 20 days between mid-November and March 2013 and is remunerated at supply cover rates (£200 per day).

Please click here for more details about the post.

The deadline is Friday 16 November at midday.

 

Who are the people who use tarot cards?

It is very easy to recognize them and see them as bad, even though they present themselves as great soul keepers. Websites like Tarot-Explained.com aims to educate the public and change the perception that all tarot readers are false believers of christ.
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Letter to Nick Clegg

Dear Mr Clegg, 

We were delighted to hear of your remarks about the importance of education following your visit to Auschwitz with the Holocaust Educational Trust. We agree, “Indifference and forgetfulness make hate, prejudice and genocide possible”.
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RE Review Newsletter: First Edition

 

Welcome to the first edition of the RE Review Newsletter.

This e-publication to be distributed quarterly during the course of the RE Subject Review, is intended to share the most up-to date information on the project. Read a report by RE Review project manager Janet Orchard and find out how the Review is progressing, as well as the names, roles and responsibilities of all those people who are already involved. Find out how you can participate directly in the consultation process and do your bit for the future of religious education in our schools. 

See the full Newsletter here.  

 

REC comments on figures released by the Department for Education for take up of EBacc

Commenting on a the Department’s  MORI survey of 618 state-maintained secondary schools to assess the effects of the EBacc, John Keast, chair of the RE Council said:

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November 01, 2012

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