News and Events
This page provides SACRE's with an opportunity to share local SACRE news or events.
Please contact the Secretary with any such items for inclusion.
Norfolk have recently launched their revised agreed syllabus for 2020. Read this interview between our chair, Paul Smalley, and Kathryn Wright to find out more about the syllabus and how it was developed.
Subsidised NATRE membership for struggling primary schools - nominate a school near you for Primary RE 1000 and kick-start better RE in their school!
Are there any primary schools in your area who rarely engage with SACRE or with RE events? NATRE has received generous funding to offer subsidised membership to eligible primary schools. Designed to increase access to RE resources to schools across the UK, primary schools with little or no exposure to NATRE and require additional support are eligible.
The Primary RE 1000 project provides bronze membership for two years instead of the usual one-year at a highly subsidised rate. The schools accepted to join the project will receive:
- A digital starter pack to kick start better RE in their schools
- Over 1000 free-to-use classroom resources
- Links with a local group of RE teachers to share best practice
- NATRE membership at a subsidised price (£55 instead of £150!)
- Opportunities to attend high quality training
- And much more…
This is only possible due to generous funding and is offered on a first-come first-served basis until the quota is filled.
Submit your recommendations:
If you have schools that you would like to recommend for eligibility, please email email@example.com with the school name and postcode. There is no limit on the number of recommendations, but schools must pass the eligibility criteria determined for the project to receive the subsidised membership
If you have any questions or queries, please contact the Communications Executive Mandeep at or telephone 0121 415 3968.
Opinion – ‘…there arose in Egypt a new king who did not know Joseph…’
Michael Metcalf, NASACRE’s treasurer, has written a personal think piece about the role of the Church of England - SACRE Committee B - members over the years.