Topic outline

  • Upcoming RE Courses

    Visit our new Learning Management System (LMS) and search to book on any of the courses below using the course title or LMS code provided.

  • Take a look at the RE learning opportunities available to book:

    To search for a specific course, type the course name or the five digit LMS course code in the 'Find Learning' box.


    Help! I’m an RE Manager – runs termly

    LMS Code: 11439

    These sessions are designed to enable RE managers to explore, share and develop good practice in RE in their schools. The sessions will focus on helping other staff to understand things like assessment issues across the school.  


    How to Manage RE Effectively in KS1 and KS2 – starts 05/02/19

    LMS Code: 11503

    This course is specifically designed for teachers new to the role of RE manager. It will provide comprehensive guidance to enable participants to develop RE effectively in a cross-curricular setting in relation to the new curriculum.


    Getting to Grips with the Primary RE Agreed Syllabus – starts 27/02/19

    LMS Code: 11513

    This course is for all teachers in primary schools who need to know more about the Living Difference III syllabus. Delegates will be introduced to the cycle of enquiry and talk through the stages involved in it.


    RE in the Foundation Stage – starts 06/03/19

    LMS Code: 11431

    This course is for teachers who would like to know more about the RE Locally Agreed Syllabus, Living Difference III and how it can be used in Foundation Stage with children.


    Assessment in Religious Education for the Primary Phase – starts 19/03/19

    LMS Code: 11505

    This course will investigate ways of planning and assessing RE to improve and secure progression in pupils’ learning. Delegates should take RE work from their school with them for use as part of the course.


    Primary RE Conference 2019 - starts 23/05/19

    LMS Code:  11442

    Delegates will be updated on current initiatives in RE and new developments in RE locally and nationally, including SMSC as well as developing ideas to support colleagues and improve teaching and learning in RE.