|Statement||L. Philip Barnes and William K. Kay.|
|Contributions||Kay, William K., 1945-|
This indispensable guide for teachers, students, and all those interested in the history and politics of pedagogy charts the course of religious education in England and Wales from to the present. The fully revised and updated second edition includes a major new chapter covering the years since the book’s original publication in , and places recent changes in the religious education. "Teaching Religion remains the only book to chart the course of religious education in England and Wales from up to the present day. It is an indispensable guide for teachers, students and all those interested in the history and politics of religious education.". Buy Teaching Religion: Sixty Years of Religious Education in England and Wales 2nd New Updated ed. by Terence Copley (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Teaching Religion is the first book to trace the developments in religious education in England and Wales in the half century to It starts with the Butler Act and ends with the DFE Circular of which was issued to take further the RE provision in the Education Reform : Terence Copley.
This paper challenges the overly positive image of the contribution made by religious education in England and Wales to the attainment of liberal educational aims that was recently presented in. 25 See Terence Copley, Teaching Religion: Fifty years of teaching religion in England and Wales (Exeter: University of Exeter, ), f. 26 D.L. Smith and William K. Kay, ‘Religious terms and attitudes in the classroom (part 1): empirical evidence on how to avoid pupils’ confusion’, British Journal of Religious Education (in press). The national curriculum for England to be taught in all local-authority-maintained schools. Published 14 October Last updated 16 July — see all updates. Carmen M. Mangion, Contested Identities: Catholic Women Religious in nineteenth-century England and Wales. Rebecca Rogers - - Clio Toward an Elementary Education Act for England and Wales,
This paper challenges the overly positive image of the contribution made by religious education in England and Wales to the attainment of liberal educational aims that was recently presented in this journal, in the context of a review symposium on a festschrift celebrating the work and achievements of the influential British religious educator, Professor John Hull. In summer , the RE Council initiated a review of religious education in England to run parallel to the government’s review of the National Curriculum, as part of its strategic plan. The full report includes: curriculum framework; a discussion of the wider context for RE; a series of questions to inform future work and development. Religious Education in Catholic Schools Perspectives from Ireland and the UK Edited By Sean Whittle. An overview of published statistics about crime and religion in England and Wales. Religion and participation in England and Wales: February Exploring the participation of religious groups in political activities and volunteering, including attitudes towards political beliefs and community cohesion. Religion, education and work in England.