In order to realise the pedagogic shift required in schools, CEM has enhanced strategic teacher support for the development of engaging and rigorous teaching and learning in Religious Education. Collectives of schools are being supported to work together to reframe how Religious Education is understood and enacted. In 2018, teachers and leaders from 60 schools in 23 partnerships are shared their practice in Religious Education, reflecting on learning and engaging in research. CEM has also identified schools whose engagement in the renewal work illuminates practice for others and created three short films. Through seeing colleagues in action and hearing their stories, CEM hopes to inspire and support all schools in the work of developing rich and relevant Religious Education. View the films:
What does learning look like in RE?
What does teaching look like in RE?