North Devon RE Hub

Autumn 2014

And so a new year begins....

OK, so I imagine you have come crashing down to Earth after the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer, but now's the time to get your creative juices flowing for a year of inspiring RE.

We will be setting the dates for this year's hub meetings soon. If you have any suggestions for areas you would like to cover, then please get in touch (email below). Hope to see as many of you as possible at next month's conference in Saltash!

Look out too for more resources coming to your email inbox soon!

Farmington Fellowships

If you want some time out of the class to research RE, The Farmington Trust provide grants to allow your school to release you for a period of time, travel expenses, access to a university tutor and the opportunity to spend a weekend every year in the hallowed surroundings of Oxford University! The closing dates for applications is 26th January 2015

Who are we?

We are part of the Learn Teach Lead project. This is a 3 year project 2012-5 funded by the St Luke’s College Foundation. We aim to improve the quality of Religious Education in all schools in the South West (Cornwall, Devon, Torbay and Plymouth) through:

- building communities of RE teachers across the region in hubs;
– engaging in research;
– disseminating best practice; and

– creating partnerships with others.

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Online resources

Stuck for ideas? Take a look at these for enriching lessons:

Contact a believer....

Looking for visitors to your school. Try out this link:

Feeling Inspired to take your RE further this year....

Fancy winning some RE cash for your school, and a bursary for yourself? If you have an idea about how to approach an RE topic in a new way, then be thinking about how to develop it and work on it with your class, and enter the 2015 Hockerill/NATRE prize for innovation in RE teaching. It is open to Primary, Secondary and Special School entrants.

Hockerill also provide grants towards training teachers and towards research and development in RE teaching. check out: