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NEW Camden and Islington NATRE Group
One of the aims of The London RE Hub was to better connect RE teachers and any organisations or individuals who wanted to support them. We've been asked to share this exciting new opportunity for teachers in Camden and Islington.  The Jewish Museum London i...
NEW Camden and Islington NATRE Group
NEW Camden and Islington NATRE Group
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Life after the LondonREHub - Local RE Thrives! HertsNATRE
Laura Pope ( @LPope_Teach_RS ), Head of RE at Birchwood High, gives her perspective on new local RE groups being formed, following the success of the London RE Hub in March.  Being a lone RE teacher I am always looking for new RE teacher friends, 'ooohhh fr...
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Where Next? [2015]
The TLREH Team at the Ismaili Centre, March 2015 The London RE Hub’s inaugural conference was attended by over 100 London teachers and was a great success. Faith insiders, educators and other supportive partners offered a wide range of sessions, reflecting ...
Where Next? [2015]
Where Next? [2015]
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Conference Reflections [2015]: Jessica
Feet were thumping, shoulders were rubbing, tube doors were slamming and minds were spinning with curiosity. This was what was going on in South Kensington at 9:00am on Saturday 28th of March. The day had finally arrived. The London RE Hub Conference was ta...
Conference Reflections [2015]: Jessica
Conference Reflections [2015]: Jessica
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Conference Reflections [2015]: Waqar
Jihad, ISIS… and Jesus I was privileged to be at the first London RE Hub conference at the beautiful Ismaili Centre on Saturday. Organised by the brilliant Andy Lewis and his excellent team, the event was attended by teachers, faith leaders and professional...
Conference Reflections [2015]: Waqar
Conference Reflections [2015]: Waqar
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Conference Reflections [2015]: Becky
The importance of subject knowledge and lived religion So here goes my first blog…. Yesterday was the inaugural London RE Hub Conference held at the Ismaili Centre in South Kensington. Its aim was to support RE teachers subject knowledge and give practical ...
Conference Reflections [2015]: Becky
Conference Reflections [2015]: Becky
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Conference Reflections [2015]: Laura
Today I was an RE teacher, and a pretty passionate one too. It was hard not to be when there are so many of you gathered in one place exchanging intellectual wisdom and teaching gems. After all as Andy Lewis reminded us “if not you then who, if not now then...
Conference Reflections [2015]: Laura
Conference Reflections [2015]: Laura
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How could the teaching of Islam be improved in schools? [Extended Project]
By Razwan Ul-Haq With Jade McVeigh, Sophie Torr and Heather Essadiq (photo of Jade, Sophie, Heather and.. some SMT members) In this blog, we will have a look at teaching of Islam, with a particular focus on how to make it interesting. A more cross curricula...
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How could the teaching of Buddhism be improved in schools?
RE Teachers’ contact with the Buddhist Community and Representatives Generally speaking, delivery of the Curriculum benefits from closer cooperation with the Buddhist community.   However most RE teachers do not seem to know who their Buddhist rep is, and t...
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