By Derek Bastide
Offers aid for RE Coordinators who're attempting to get non secular schooling thoroughly tested of their basic faculties. The textual content focuses upon problems with making plans, imposing and resourcing and goals to be a straight forward advisor.
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It will be clear from this that spiritual and moral development cannot be the sole preserve of RE. In theory, at least, the whole school ethos expressing the values a school community holds, the acts of collective worship and all the different subjects of the school curriculum— science, English, RE, music and so on —should make their contribution. Whereas RE is only one of many partners in spiritual and moral development it would be surprising if the subject did not have a particularly major contribution to make to spiritual and moral development because in many ways it is seeking the same ends.
This means that all local authorities, including those in which the presence of other religious traditions is not significant numerically, must base their Agreed Syllabus upon the religious composition of Great Britain. Although this provides extremely important guidance to LEAs in the drawing up of their Agreed Syllabuses, there are a Does this mean that Christianity should receive a bigger time allocation than any other religion! e. 50 per cent)! Or should it have a two-thirds share of the RE curriculum time available, as recommended by the Church of England General Synod Board of Education!
Time allocation to undertake the work is partly a school management issue as is also the allocation of money to acquire resources which support the teaching. Responses indicate that in a large number of primary schools, RE is now settling into place alongside the foundation subjects of the National Curriculum. In fact, a number of RE coordinators, having already established a policy and a scheme of work, and had staff cheerfully teaching about religions, were now developing work which focused upon learning from religions.