1 edition of Durham County agreed syllabus of religious instruction found in the catalog.
Durham County agreed syllabus of religious instruction
|Contributions||Durham (England : County). Education Committee., Preston. Education Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 169, 23p.|
|Number of Pages||169|
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We also, through collective worship, aim to develop a community spirit and promote a common ethos and shared values within our school; including British values, rights respecting work, anti-racism, anti-bullying and equality.
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Our school is non-denominational.2 Agreed syllabus for Religious Education The syllabus will be intellectually demanding for every age group. It has been designed to support the personal development of each pupil.
Movement is a fact of life for many of our children and young people. This can mean travelling into Barnet from another borough or vice versa for their schooling. The Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education 2 1. Introduction “The ability to understand the faith or belief of individuals and communities, and how these may shape their culture and behaviour, is an invaluable asset for children in modern day.
The Durham County Agreed Syllabus of Religious Instruction. Committee, The Durham County Education The Durham County Agreed Syllabus of Religious Instruction. The Durham County Education Committee] Published by University of London Press Ltd, London () Used.
The Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education 5 Religious Literacy Religious literacy is the knowledge of, and ability to understand, religion, beliefs, practices, spiritual insights and secular world views. It plays an important part in preparing pupils for life in modern Britain.
Introduction to the agreed syllabus for religious education. This revised syllabus for religious education (RE) for schools in Bradford builds on the strengths of previous syllabuses and provides a vision of, and the basis for, the development of RE over the next five years, Religious Education prepares children for citizenship in today’s diverse society.
It enables them to develop sensitivity to and respect for others. The Durham and Newcastle Diocesan Syllabus was issued to schools on 4th October Please find the presentation from the launch event below.