Last Updated: Friday, January 24, 2020

Professional Discussion Papers in RME

What is this?

​These papers explore specific issues in RME around visiting speakers; religious and cultural artefacts and sites of religious and cultural interest.

Who is this for?

​This resource is for all practitioners involved in the delivery of RME.

How to use this self-evaluation approach to improve practice

The resource can be used:

  • To stimulate discussion and debate among practitioners around  specific aspects of RME
  • To support the delivery of high quality RME
  • To support practitioners in considering ways in which RME delivery and approaches can be improved for learners

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PDF file: Using Religious and Cultural Artefacts in Religious and Moral Education (616 KB)

PDF file: Using Visiting Speakers in the Religious and Moral Education class (431 KB)

PDF file: Visiting Sites of Religious and Cultural Interest in Religious and Moral Education (673 KB)

Explore this approach

This resource provides a valuable source of discussion for practitioners around some important aspects of the delivery of RME. See downloadable documents above.

Using religious and cultural artefacts in Religious and Moral Education
This paper explores how to use religious and cultural artefacts in RME effectively and sensitively, supporting learners to deepen their understanding of beliefs, values and practices and traditions.

Using visiting speakers in the Religious and Moral Education class
This paper explores how to support learners to engage effectively and sensitively with visiting speakers in RME and so, support learners to deepen their understanding of beliefs, values and practices and traditions..

Using religious and cultural artefacts in Religious and Moral Education
This paper explores how to use visits to sites of religious and cultural interest in RME effectively and sensitively, supporting learners to deepen their understanding of beliefs, values and practices and traditions