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Promoting Religious Literacy through Balanced RE

This day course will explore what is meant by religious literacy and
the impact of this on creating a balanced curriculum and effective
pedagogy for Religious Education.

A range of practical strategies to help equip children to hold
balanced and well-informed conversations about religion and belief
will be shared. We will examine how understanding beliefs,
developing philosophical thinking and exploring the lived reality of
religion supports pupils in becoming critically aware, free-thinking
and compassionate adults.

About our trainer:
Kathryn Wright is an independent RE Adviser
working primarily for the Diocese of Norwich and
Culham St Gabriel’s Trust. She recently completed a
PhD researching the purpose of RE and pedagogical
approaches to the subject in Church of England
schools. She is a qualified SIAMS inspector and
assesses schools for the RE Quality Mark. She is a co
-opted member of the NATRE executive and has
recently become a member of the Religious
Education Council Board.


Wednesday 23 January 2019


09.30am - 3.30pm


The Diocesan Education Offices, Bouverie Court, Unit 1, 6 The Lakes, Bedford Road, Northampton NN4 7YD

Entry details:

Free to Diocesan full SLA schools, £100 for silver level £200 for all other schools

Organised by:

Education Administrator


01604 887006


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