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RE, Collective Worship and Spirituality

by Michael Ford last modified 05 Dec, 2018 12:08 PM
"One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world"- Malala Yousafzai

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‘Transforming Lives’ is our vision and strategic plan for our work in this core area of our role. It was developed over a number of months with advisers, head teachers and members of the Cathedral Education service. The vision within it states:

‘God working through us to make a difference to the lives of children and young people through outstanding religious education, collective worship and spiritual development’

The principles underpinning this work are:

  • To empower school communities to be innovative and take risks in the experiences they offer for children and young people to engage in religious education, collective worship and spirituality
  • Thus enabling school communities to challenge children’s and young people’s knowledge and understanding in religious education, collective worship and spirituality, offering knowledge and opportunities for reflection.
  • Thereby encouraging and supporting school communities to live out the Christian message by taking action that transforms the lives of children and young people

Since the writing of this vision, requests from schools have resulted in us broadening our work to include aspects of social, moral, spiritual and cultural development.

We hope the following pages empower, enable and encourage you to engage in this work with us.

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Farmington Scholarships

Applications for 2019-2020 are now open. Scholarships are available to teachers of RE and associated subjects in UK secondary, primary, and special needs schools. Head teachers wishing to undertake research into either RE or values education are also eligible to apply.

Scholarships cover the cost of tuition, essential local travel and, by negotiation with the school, the salary of a replacement teacher up to point 6 of the main pay scale. Each scholarship lasts for a maximum of 30 days and can either be taken at a local university (Farmington has links with 15 throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) or can be home-based with a local tutor.

Further information and an application form here.

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