by Humberside County Council .
Written in English
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West Sussex Agreed Syllabus Part 1. Religious Education in the Curriculum. Background. In the West Sussex Education Authority, in keeping with the requirements of the Education Act , established a Statutory Conference to produce an Agreed Syllabus for Religious Instruction in schools. A new syllabus was produced in that File Size: KB. The Education Act states that an Agreed Syllabus must reflect the fact that the religious traditions in Great Britain are in the main Christian, whilst taking account of the teachings and practices of the other principal religions represented in Great Britain. The syllabus for to sets out what pupils should study in religious education (RE) from the ages of 3 to It is organised in sections that can be downloaded separately or as a whole: RE agreed syllabus RE agreed syllabus - full document (PDF MB) RE agreed syllabus section A - what is RE for? (PDF KB). A Locally Agreed Syllabus must reflect the fact 'that the religious traditions in Great Britain are in the main Christian, while taking account of the teaching and practices of the other principal religions represented in Great Britain'. [ Act, Ch 56 S (3).] 4. In schools where an Agreed Syllabus applies, Religious Education must be non-.
An Agreed Syllabus Conference (ASC), convened in every LA, produces the agreed syllabus and recommends it to the LA. An ASC must be unanimous when recommending the syllabus for adoption (an ASC comprises of the four committees which make up the LA’s Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education [SACRE]. The teaching of RE is the locally agreed syllabus (AS), determined by the Local Authority (LA). The AS must be consistent with Section (3) of the Education Act , School Standards and Framework Act, , Schedule 19 which states that it must ‘reflect that the religious traditions of File Size: 1MB. The Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education 2 1. Introduction “The ability to understand the faith or belief of individuals and communities, and how these may shape their culture and behaviour, is an invaluable asset for children in modern day Britain. Explaining religious and non-religious worldviews in an academic way allows youngFile Size: KB. SACRE committee are delighted to be able to introduce this revised North Tyneside Syllabus for Religious Education. The work of SACRE has come at an important time for all those who work with children and young people. The ever-changing education landscape alongside recent changes to Ofsted and the revised national curriculum enables our updated RE syllabus to be built into revised plans in.
Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus of Religious Education xxx_Primary_HASRE _pdf 66 15/05/ cyan magenta yellow black Planned covers Primary Secondary 3 10/07/ When planning for teaching and learning in Religious Education, we use the Camden Agreed Syllabus 'Living Difference.' Through the 'Living Difference' syllabus children learn that they need to understand how and why people live differently from each other and respect their right to do so. Materials to Support The Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education in Cambridgeshire For the Teacher - The Christian beliefs and teaching in this Unit To “worship” someone or something is to hold them in high respect and honour, and the word is used often in English with this simple meaning and. Materials to Support The Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education in Cambridgeshire For the Teacher - The Christian beliefs and teaching in this Unit What kind of book is the Bible? • To start with, it is in essence not one book but a library of books (39 Old Testament, 27 New Testament) and its books cover different types of.