REtoday Magazine: Mapping RE



The Summer issue is packed with articles and features that delve into the heart of ongoing discussions surrounding the purpose of our subject, with a focus in many of the articles on mapping RE. Ideas for exciting and challenging RE that engages with issues around curriculum and planning, journeys and. This issue deals with the direction of travel for RE, curriculum design – mapping RE provision and mapping progress. 

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  • ISBN: 240209
  • SKU: 240209
  • Published: 01/04/2024
  • Pages: 84


This Summer issue is packed with articles and features that delve into the heart of ongoing discussions surrounding the purpose of our subject, with a focus on the evolution of RE, curriculum design, connections between RE and other subjects, and mapping progress RE. 

Educators spend hours meticulously planning lessons and mapping curricula, to provide well-constructed and thoughtful frameworks for learning and progress, to guide teaching and to ensure that learning experiences are valuable to the children and young people we teach. This issue encourages teachers to reflect on the paths they have charted so far so far this year, as well as looking ahead to where next year may take learning in RE. This edition of REtoday will help teachers to steer a course, and inspire them to exploring new ideas and approaches to RE. Many of the articles in this edition deal with issues around the direction of travel for RE, ideas for cross-curricular RE, as well as insight into planning effective and purposeful RE within and across phases.

Befitting to this edition’s theme, we pay attention to pilgrimage. RE is so often – and in so many ways – about journeys.  Physical and spiritual journeys and voyages of discovery feature strongly in many of the narratives of great religious and spiritual traditions. In RE, we explore life journeys, not only through study of rites of passage and the ways in which people and communities mark life’s milestones, but also by encouraging learners to think about their own journeys in life and learning, too. In these pages, the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell talks about his new book ‘P is for Pilgrim’, and helping children discover and understand the big ideas of Christianity. As featured on the cover, we learn from cast members of BBC’s Pilgrimage: The Road Through North Wales how following in the footsteps of ancient pilgrims in Wales challenged and inspired them, along with suggestions on how this powerful resource can enhance RE in your setting.   

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REtoday Readers Competition – WIN £150!!

Get published in the REtoday magazine! Simply tell us how something from this year’s edition of RE today has inspired you in your classroom/professional settings (500-word limit). Support this with examples of pupil work too.

GOOD LUCK! Submit your entries to before 5 PM on 28 June 2024.

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  • ISBN: 240209
  • SKU: 240209
  • Published: 20240401
  • Pages: 84

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