‘Innovative Spaces of RE for Real: analysing and showcasing new ways of learning’
This is a new project led by the Faiths & Civil Society Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London, and the Education for Social Justice research group at London South Bank University. The aim is to explore and showcase innovative approaches to education about religion and worldviews in schools that build on the learning proposed in the new National Entitlement for Religion & Worldviews launched by the Commission on Religious Education (CoRE) in September 2018.
The project builds on the Faiths Unit’s 2015 report RE for Real – The Future of Teaching and Learning about Religion & Belief which revealed an appetite for change and for RE that reflects the real religion and belief landscape in all its complexity. Such an emphasis is evident in the proposed entitlement – this project will showcase examples of innovative RE and bring them into dialogue with those influencing change.
We would like to hear from schools which are already innovating in their teaching and learning about religion and worldviews. If you would like to be involved in the project, please complete the short questionnaire below: