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National Association of Episcopal Schools has developed a set of Principles of Good Practice for the Study of Religion in Episcopal Schools. These Principles are intended to:
support the efforts of all schools to come to a clearer understanding of what can be a difficult task of placing and valuing the academic study of religion within [...]
This webpage of the UK Department of Education provides numerous publications on religious education in England, which are aimed at local authorities, schools and education professionals. Most of these publications provide non-statutory guidance about the high-quality religious education in the curriculum of English schools.
These guidelines support the Primary School
Curriculum (1999) and identify the ways in which
intercultural education permeates that curriculum.
The aim of these guidelines is to contribute to the
development of Ireland as an intercultural society
based on a shared sense that language, culture andethnic diversity is valuable. They aim to contribute
to the development of a shared ability and sense [...]
Educate Together schools teach the Learn Together Ethical Education Curriculum, rather than the religious instruction programmes taught in denominational schools. This curriculum has four strands:
Moral and Spiritual: children learn about feelings and values, the development of conscience, choices and consequences, stillness and meditation.
Equality and Justice: children learn about wants and needs, rights and responsibilities; the [...]
This publication, which is part of the 5–14 Teacher Support series, aims to support the teaching of religious education at the S1 and S2 stages in schools. It provides advice and resource materials to complement the 5–14 national guidelines Religious Education 5–14.
With learning software covering a wide range of curriculum areas, including religious education. TAG is a leading publisher and supplier of best-of breed creative educational software tools, peripherals, training and support materials for schools in the UK and the developer of an innovative and highly exciting online assessment management system called MAPS.