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Report by HM Inspectors on agreed sullabuses and religious education

Department of Education and Science

Report by HM Inspectors on agreed sullabuses and religious education

the influence of the agreed syllabus on teaching and learning in religious education in three local education authorities.

by Department of Education and Science

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II. Too little time is allocated to religious education in Years 10 and 11 to cover the requirements of the Havering Agreed Syllabus and there is no religious education in the sixth form; both are legal requirements. III. When pupils with special educational needs are withdrawn from lessons or part lessons. There is a legal requirement for the SACRE to develop a locally Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education which is reviewed every five years and its effectiveness and appropriateness is monitored annually. In the Diocese of Ely all Church schools, whether VA, VC or Academy, are expected to follow their local Agreed Syllabus, with a time bias.

to convene an Agreed Syllabus Conference to revise and recommend to us a local Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education (RE) for all maintained schools age 4 to 19 in Sheffield to monitor the provision of RE in Sheffield schools, preparing an annual report to us and the National Association of Standing Advisory Councils on Religious Education. STANDING ADVISORY COUNCIL ON RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 2 2 Reflection BM spoke briefly about the importance of RE, tabling the introductory points about its role from the current syllabus. It was agreed that these remain very relevant and thought-provoking. .

NS 02 SIAMS Inspection School Report The effectiveness of the religious education is good. Standards of attainment and progress in RE are outstanding by the end of Key Stage 1. Pupils are excited by their learning and have an excellent knowledge and . Religious Education in Wirral Schools Wirral Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education There is a statutory requirement to review a locally Agreed Syllabus every five years. The revised Wirral Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education was introduced in , and the Model Primary Scheme of Work was updated to.


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Report by HM Inspectors on agreed sullabuses and religious education by Department of Education and Science Download PDF EPUB FB2

Great Britain. Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools.; Great Britain. Office for Standards in Education. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title page: Office for Standards in Education.

Description: 45 pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Responsibility: a report from the Office of Her Majesty's Chief. local authorities (LAs), standing advisory councils on religious education (SACREs) and agreed syllabus conferences (ASCs) governors, headteachers, curriculum planners, teachers and trainee teachers of RE and others in maintained schools educational agencies, advisers, inspectors and File Size: KB.

In Religious Education, there is a wide variety of locally agreed syllabuses, and different kinds of school approach the subject differently, but there is a shared concern that resources should be lively and accurate.

The Religious Education Council therefore offers the following guidance in order to. Context, complexity and contestation: Birmingham’s Agreed Syllabuses for Religious Education since the s Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Beliefs and Values 32(2) August Religious education in schools: The report of an inquiry made by the research committee of the Institute of Christian Education into the working of the A report from the office of Her Majesty’s chief inspector of schools.

London: Stationery Office. Google Scholar An agreed syllabus of religious education. Wiltshire County by: 4.

This book is designed to give students and newly qualified teachers a contextual and theoretical background to this subject, by exploring and challenging assumptions about the place of religion in education. The book is divided into the following sections: section one sets out the context for religious education in the curriculum.

It looks at political, social and religious influences on. Attention to spiritual, moral, social and cultural development in the current framework for inspection has often led to mention of good practice in relation to RE in inspection reports. The new framework specifically mentions religious education in this section which should clarify expectations.

(paragraph and ) 5. Paragraph Religious Education is a core subject on the school’s curriculum. This evaluation is concerned only with the preparation of students for the Junior Certificate examination in the subject, following study of the religious education syllabus prepared by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA).

The religious education teachers conduct their meetings to agreed agenda and minutes are recorded. They take turns each year to act as subject co-ordinator. Their commitment and efforts have resulted in the production of a very good subject plan, based on the template provided by the School Development Planning Initiative (SDPI).

Holy Book: The Qur’an. The book revealed to Muhammad (pbuh) Treated with respect; Stories from the life of Muhammad (pbuh) and Ibrahim. Muslim way of life.

Makkah has always been a special for Muslims; Muslims live all over the world, but when they pray they face towards Makkah in Saudi Arabia. Muslims believe in: Five Pillars; respect for. A report on Ysgol Gynradd Aberporth May 3 Recommendations R1 Ensure that the school’s provision responds in full to the requirements of the National Curriculum and the county’s agreed syllabus for religious education R2 Monitor new plans to ensure that numeracy and ICT skills develop successfully across the curriculum.

Education Act action research activity agreed syllabus aided schools aims Alternative Service Book approach to religious areas asked behaviour Catholic Christ Christian education Christian Perspectives Christian religious education Christian theology Church of England church schools classroom collective worship confessional approach.

Copies of the Agreed Syllabus have been distributed to all schools in the LA both as a hard copy in book form and as an electronic copy on a CD. It is also available on the RE section of the Carmarthenshire website, Amdro, either to view or to download. There is a statutory requirement to review RE Agreed Syllabuses every five years and to.

It is intended for Surrey schools and Academies and members of the public who have an interest in Religious Education.

View the Surrey Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education in Surrey Schools - (PDF) Please note: to enhance the user experience, we have created links within the new syllabus document to assist with navigation around.

The Agreed Syllabus for RE () is a significantly slimmed-down version of the previous syllabus; this is deliberately so, to enable teachers and learners to focus on fewer things in greater depth. The system of assessment for RE should be the same for all the other curriculum subjects, so we have provided End of Key Stage Statements.

Religious Education The Agreed Syllabus for RE Supporting and monitoring the implementation of the Agreed Syllabus The LEA’s Associate Officer for Religious Education Analysis of External Examination Results Summer The steps taken on the basis of the External Examination Results 3.

Section 2 Advice on Religious Education The locally agreed syllabus In the Standing Conference endorsed and adopted a new agreed syllabus for the Authority’s schools implemented from September The agreed syllabus closely relates to the. Religious education (RE) is part of the basic curriculum entitlement for all registered pupils in all schools, including sixth form.

In Church schools, which are open to pupils of all religious traditions and those of no religious background, RE has a central place within a. Excellent religious education (RE) ensures that pupils thrive academically and contributes NS 03 SIAMS Inspection School Report To make clearly visible the college’s lived Christian distinctiveness and values.

The school, through its distinctive Christian character, is outstanding at meeting diocesan agreed syllabus which pupils. Conference, to produce or consider amendments to the Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education.

The Locally Agreed Syllabus Gwynedd and Anglesey SAREs have adopted the National Exemplar Framework for Religious Education for year old learners as the Locally Agreed Syllabus for Gwynedd and Anglesey ().

Our Religious Education Coordinator is. Miss S Lockett. [email protected] Welome to Towngate Primary Academy. We feel RE is an important part of the curriculum that can thread through many of the other subjects in school to offer our children opportunities and experience to develop their own views and opinions.Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education Under the Inspection Framework fromOFSTED inspection uses the use of a new text book, the use of new ICT facilities such as an interactive whiteboard, new marking procedures, new staffing arrangements, etc.

What are the current priorities for.Kent Agreed Syllabus to ensure that they fulfil their statutory requirements. Secondary schools are reminded that Religious Education is a statutory subject and that all KS4 students should follow an accredited course as required in the Agreed Syllabus.

In accordance with the expectations of the Kent Agreed Syllabus, schools are reminded.