Launching the new RE agreed syllabus for Devon, Torbay and Plymouth schools and academies
In June 2024 we are launching the new RE Agreed Syllabus 2024 for Devon, Torbay and Plymouth schools and academies. There will be 4 opportunities to access these RE Agreed Syllabus launch conferences, which will be full days of high-quality RE inset with the authors of the syllabus, for primary and secondary teachers of RE.
Keynote speakers: Fiona Moss RE Today consultant (primary) and Stephen Pett RE Today consultant (secondary)
Conference facilitators: Ed Pawson, Katie Freeman and Jo Hunter representing SACREs and Exeter Diocese
Dates and locations (9.30am – 3.30pm):
- Mon 17 June – Bideford (booking information coming in March)
- Tue 18 June – Exeter (booking information coming in March)
- Wed 19 June – Plymouth (booking information coming in March)
- Wed 10 July – Online
Cost: £110 per person with discounts available for small schools or additional delegates from the same school or grouping.
By attending these launch events you will receive training from the county’s foremost RE consultants and gain access to unique launch day offers.
The new syllabus is being made available to all schools and academies without charge.
The RE syllabus for 2019 – 2024 is available from the RE Today website. To view the full syllabus with supporting resources you will need to enter a password. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the password.
Devon and Torbay agreed syllabus support packages
Additional schemes of work and teaching materials are available to support the Devon and Torbay RE syllabus. These can be purchased from RE Today by completing one of the following documents and returning it to RE Today.
- Devon SACRE handbook
- Collective worship guidance
- SMSC guidance
- Devon SACRE development plan
- Devon SACRE code of conduct
- Devon SACRE constitution
- Devon SACRE annual report 2020/21
- Devon SACRE meetings – minutes and agendas
- Primary collective worship policy
- Secondary collective worship policy
- Primary RE policy
- Secondary RE policy
- RE policy for small schools
Local and national guidance and support
- Learn Teach Lead RE – a learning partnership project for RE with a focus on creating a community of enquiry and professional development across the southwest
- Religious education in English schools – non-statutory guidance
- A practice code for teachers of RE
- Religious Education Council of England and Wales