The RE Council’s new national curriculum framework for RE. How did we get here? What is the new framework? Why does it matter? How will it work? Lat Blaylock. Why do we need a new Framework for RE?. 1994: Model Syllabuses for RE 2004: National Framework for RE
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How did we get here?
What is the new framework?
Why does it matter?
How will it work?
“All children need to acquire core knowledge and understanding of the beliefs and practices of the religions and worldviews which not only shape their history and culture but which guide their own development. The modern world needs young people who are sufficiently confident in their own beliefs and values that they can respect the religious and cultural differences of others, and contribute to a cohesive and compassionate society.
RE’s place on the curriculum will be strong if its role and importance are communicated effectively and widely understood. RE in England compares favourably with equivalent curricula in high performing jurisdictions around the world, but this reputation can only be maintained with a rigorous model of RE.
This RE curriculum framework and the RE Review of which it is part provides for such a model. It has the endorsement of a very wide range of professional organisations and bodies representing faiths and other worldviews. I hope the document will be useful to all those seeking to provide RE of the highest quality for young people in our schools.”
Carry this many bricks, and you can hardly see where you’re going
The new REC national curriculum framework may take a few bricks out of your eyeline
A truckload of typically stubborn and resourceful teachers of RE