Sacre

SACRE (Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education)

Key Documents

 RELIGION AND WORLDVIEWS: THE WAY FORWARD A national plan for RE (final report – September 2018)

RELIGION AND WORLDVIEWS: THE WAY FORWARD A national plan for RE (final report – September 2018)

 
Religious education in English schools: Non-statutory guidance 2010

Religious education in English schools: Non-statutory guidance 2010

 
A Review of Religious Education in England

A Review of Religious Education in England

The outcome of a review of RE carried out by the REC. It produced a non-statutory national curriculum framework for RE to complement the new national curriculum programmes of study (2013) resulting from the DfE’s review of the school curriculum, (in which RE was not included).
 
Religious education: realising the potential

Religious education: realising the potential

The Ofsted report published in 2013.
 
Materials used to Teach about World Religions in Schools in England

Materials used to Teach about World Religions in Schools in England

A seminal report on the use of resource in RE.
 
A New Settlement: Religion and Belief in Schools

A New Settlement: Religion and Belief in Schools

A report arising from the research and debate carried out by the Westminster Faith Debates and the Religion and Society Research programme which gave rise to them.
 
RE for REal

RE for REal

This report is the outcome of a project undertaken "within the Religious Literacy Programme in the Faiths and Civil Society Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London. With funding from Culham St Gabriel’s Trust, an educational charity committed to excellence in RE, RE for REal examines future directions for teaching and learning in schools about religion and belief."
 
RE: The Truth Unmasked

RE: The Truth Unmasked

The first report produced by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Religious Education
 
Living with Difference: community, diversity and the common good

Living with Difference: community, diversity and the common good

"In September 2013 the Woolf Institute convened an independent commission to undertake over a two-year period the first systematic review of the role of religion and belief in the UK today and to make policy recommendations." This report is the outcome of that consultation.