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Professor Phillip Barnes contributes to Worldviews debate

Professor Phillip Barnes was Senior Lecturer in Religious Education at King’s College London and is widely published on the problems associated with new proposal for Worldviews and Religious Education. Read the preface to his forthcoming book in which he outlines his...

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More from Ofqual

Ofqual have recently published the following documents, which you may find interesting: the outcome to the consultation on regulating academic and technical qualifications at level 3a consultation on regulating alternative academic and alternative technical...

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Ofqual on exam results 2021 and 2022

Ofqual have published a series of documents about exam results this year and in 2021, which you might find useful. Exam results 2022: 10 things to know about GCSE, AS and A level grades - The Ofqual blog An investigation of inter-subject comparability in GCSEs and A...

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Head of Philosphy and Religion

Godolphin and Latymer School in Hammersmith, West London, is advertising for a permanent, full time Head of Philosophy and Religion For 1 September 2022 or 1 January 2023. Get the full details

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OCR Religious Studies Study Day for Year 12 students

This is a fantastic free study day to be held at the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge on 17th June. Your year 12 students can experience a taster lecture from Dr James Orr, plus three study sessions with Libby Ahluwalia, teacher, syllabus developer,...

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New draft Handbook on Religion and Worldviews in the Classroom

The Religious Education Council have published a draft Handbook on Relgious Education and Worldviews in the Classroom. It's aim is to "support syllabus writers and curriculum developers on translating the REC’s vision of an excellent education for all in Religion and...

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Your views requested by Ofqual

Last week Ofqual published two surveys to seek feedback from students, teachers, tutors, and home-educators on some of the adaptations to exam arrangements in summer 2022. They are interested in views about how these adaptations are working in practice from those who...

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Our conference reviewed

Ticket scanned, goody bag collected, name badge found I entered the largest most prestigious lecture theatre at University of Oxford in the Andrew Wiles building. Comfy seats! Tiered seating – no chance the person in front will obscure my view, ergonomically designed...

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ISRSA Annual conference

Our annual conference is back! It will be held on Tuesday 22nd March at the Oxford Mathematical Institute. The event brings together RS and Philosophy teachers with stakeholders and colleagues from leading Universities to start a national debate about The Future of...

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Advance information about 2022 exams

Exam boards were required to publish advance information about this year's GCSEs and A Levels to help teachers and students prepare. This information is now available, with subject by subject guidance available here. Advance information by subject In addition, Ofqual...

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News from Ofqual

This week sees two important pieces of news from Ofqual. The first is the publication of the results of the National Reference Test 2021. This allows the performance of 16 year-olds in maths and English language to be benchmarked against previous years. You can read...

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