“Learning and growing through challenging RE”
Good RE is precisely what schools and society need to develop some of the most important skills, attitudes, knowledge, understanding and dispositions that we would want for our children and young people growing up in modern Britain. Can we imagine a future where people are unable to handle the big questions and concepts of life? Or have little understanding of people’s beliefs and ways of life?
RE is important because:
It helps us as humans to explore visions of humanity and at the same time reflect on the depths to which that humanity can sink
‘Challenging RE’ is a most appropriate title for this Agreed Syllabus. RE should be academically, personally, spiritually, morally and socially challenging for us all. We hope you and your pupils will rise to these challenges, get a lot out of the Agreed Syllabus and, over time, be able to contribute to it.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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