Welcome to our information and resource pages for schools:
RE and Collective Worship ideas, training opportunities and reference materials.
This is a useful starting point for many discussions about how we value different life forms and how we decide which are better than others. It takes the form of a knockout table – and I have never known this activity not to work in a classroom as a platform for a fantastic heated fun discussion!
These materials for KS3/4 students aim to provide local RE – to show how some people of faith in Bristol have lived out their conviction “to welcome the stranger”.
This year's joint Bristol and South Gloucestershire SACRE conference for RE teachers was a great success once again with great feedback on the quality of speakers and their ideas (as well as the food and venue!). Here are the resources to download from each speaker and workshop.
A fantastic new resource, Home Schools Values helps schools communicate their Christian values to their parents or guardians and communities. It encourages engagement with key principles underlying Christian distinctiveness and ensures that stakeholders are on borard with the moral compasses that lie at the heart of Church schools.
A Wet and Windy Harvest for Puddles is a must to support topic work on Harvest celebrations in school or nursery settings. It is designed to capture the interest and imagination of children through the adventures of Puddles – a very mischievous cat.
Bristol and Swindon LAs have revised their guidance for Collective Worship. The new guidance should improve Ofsted outcomes in this field and can be downloaded here.