There is advice on how to arrange the study units for your school curriculum: including splitting the units up so that they are revisited over a key stage, and how to employ different methods in teaching. There is particular guidance for each key stage, for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and on where to find resources for teaching about non-religious worldviews.
Also included here is the Religious Education Council of England and Wales’ Code of Practice for RE teachers, and a Code of Conduct for RE visits and visitors.
For Governors, there is advice on how to hold productive conversations about RE and collective worship and what their responsibilities are, and for RE Subject Leaders there is a guide for self-evaluation of RE provision and quality.
- F01 Guidance: Planning Guides – Introduction
- F02 Guidance: Long-term planning and how to split units
- F03 Guidance: Methodology & Pedagogy
- F04 Guidance: Curriculum models: Collaborative Learning in RE
- F05 Guidance: Support for teaching RE in the EYFS
- F06 Guidance: Support for teaching RE at Key Stage 4
- F07 Guidance: Support for teaching RE at Post-16
- F08 Guidance: Support for teaching children with SEND
- F09 Guidance: Teaching Non-religious Worldviews in AMV
- F10 Guidance: REC Code of Practice for RE Teachers
- F11 Guidance: Code of Conduct for Faith Representatives Visits and Visitors
- F12 Guidance: Advice for Governors on RE & collective worship
- F13 Guidance: Self-evaluation toolkit