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The Federation of RE Centres

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Chair Person: Karenza Passmore Tel 0191 3750586


The websites listed below are a brief selection from the many UK based RE / Multi Faith related information and resource services currently available online. All sites are external to the RE Resource Centres Group and enquiries regarding content or views expressed should be directed to the organisation concerned.

RE resourcing and curriculum support

RE Council of England and Wales
Working with and through its member bodies to encourage commonality of purpose and a coherent approach to the support, development and practice of RE, the RE Council seeks to:
  • Be a clear national voice for the advocacy, support and improvement of RE
  • Promote the highest possible standards of RE in all schools, in all colleges and in teacher education
  • Influence policy proactively with government and other national and international bodies
  • Promote a positive public understanding of RE and its value to young people and wider society
  • Represent at a strategic level the collective interests of its member bodies in relation to RE.
REonline is a family of websites. The project is supported by a number of educational trusts and charities, and a team of specialist contributors and technical developers maintain the site.

Assemblies Website
The Assemblies Website aims to provide high-quality, instant access primary and secondary school assemblies for teachers and others leading collective worship.The site is provided by SPCK as part of its commitment to promoting the understanding of Christianity.

Christian Aid
Christian Aid has a number of resources for primary and secondary school aged pupils focusing on global issues. These include assembly presentations and collective worship reflections, lesson resources, simulation games and video clips.

Culham St Gabriel's (formerly Culham College Institute)
Culham St Gabriel's is an endowed charitable trust dedicated to educational work in support of religious education (RE). We are committed to excellence in religious education for all learners. We support teachers by helping them to offer the best, high-quality learning experiences in RE, school worship and spiritual and moral development. We also support work that promotes the links between school ethos, values, leadership and school improvement.

Inter faith information and support organisations

MultiFaithNet is a self-access research, learning, information and dialogue tool, providing updated access to global electronic resources and interactions useful for study of world religious traditions and communities and the practice of inter-faith dialogue.

The Inter Faith Network
The Inter Faith Network for the UK works to build good relations between the different religious communities in the UK at both national and local levels. It works with its member bodies to help make this a country marked by mutual understanding and respect between  religions where  all can practise their faith with integrity.

The Shap Working Party on World Religions in Education
The Shap Working Party on World Religions in Education was set up in 1969 to broaden the basis of education at all levels by encouraging the study and teaching of world religions. It seeks to achieve its aim by producing accurate information and resources, including a calendar of religious festivals, for those involved with religious education and religious studies.

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