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Spiritual Development in Schools and Colleges

New WM Further Education Chaplaincy Ambassador!

By All Faith and Further Education Projects, Blog, RE and Spiritual development in Schools and Colleges, Spiritual Development in Schools and Colleges, Supporting Further Education Chaplaincy

We’re really pleased to welcome Nigel Roberts to the post of West Midlands Further Education Chaplaincy Ambassador!  Nigel comes to the role with great experience as school chaplain, having helped to set up chaplaincy in a FE College, and as…

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ROUNDED – Ready for Life    SMSC Resources for 16-19s

By All Faith and Further Education Projects, none, RE and Spiritual development in Schools and Colleges, Spiritual Development in Schools and Colleges, Supporting Further Education Chaplaincy

West Midlands Churches’ FE Council are pleased to be able to announce the launch of ROUNDED, a new SMSC resource for colleges, designed to help students explore character dispositions which will help prepare them for a rounded and fruitful life….

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RE Matters – New Bullying and Belief Toolkit

By All School Religious Education Projects, Blog, RE and Spiritual development in Schools and Colleges, Spiritual Development in Schools and Colleges, Training and Resources for RE Teachers, Training and Resources for Teachers

RE Matters has just launched their ‘Bullying and Belief Toolkit’ a pack of resources to support schools to explore the topic of religious bullying. St Peter’s Saltley Trust and Westhill Endowment funding enabled this project (which began in the London…

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iSingPop – Collective Worship in Schools

By All School Religious Education Projects, Blog, Christian Faith and the Arts, RE and Spiritual development in Schools and Colleges, Spiritual Development in Schools and Colleges

iSingPOP is a project led by the Innervation Trust, engaging with young people in schools, teaching them fun and exciting songs all based around the Christian faith which help the children to explore their spirituality and enhances the schools’ Collective…

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RE Resources for working at home during the Coronavirus crisis

By All School Religious Education Projects, Blog, none, RE and Spiritual development in Schools and Colleges, Spiritual Development in Schools and Colleges, Training and Resources for RE Teachers, Training and Resources for Teachers

Our best wishes to you if you are reading this – we hope and pray you will stay safe and well during this challenging time. With pupils now working from home, schools and subject support organisations are putting together more…

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Integrating SMSC within Teaching and Learning in Further Education

By All Faith and Further Education Projects, Blog, Interfaith Understanding, RE and Spiritual development in Schools and Colleges, Spiritual Development in Schools and Colleges, Supporting Further Education Chaplaincy, Training and Resources for Teachers

Integrating SMSC within Teaching and Learning in Further Education is a resource for FE and Sixth Form College teaching staff, offering ideas and guidance on drawing out the Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural implications of their curriculum area. Created out…

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Chaplaincy in Further Education – 5 New Short Films from WMCFEC!

By All Faith and Further Education Projects, Blog, Churches and Community Engagement, Learning for Ministry and Mission, Spiritual Development in Schools and Colleges, Supporting Further Education Chaplaincy, Video

How might chaplaincy contribute to the lives of students and staff in a Further Education college?  How could you be involved?  Five short films commissioned by West Midlands Churches’ FE Council, and filmed in three local colleges, give you a…

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Anglican Schools as Diverse, Cohesive Communities – Newman University Research

By All School Religious Education Projects, Churches and Community Engagement, Interfaith Understanding, RE and Spiritual development in Schools and Colleges, Spiritual Development in Schools and Colleges

How, in practice, do Church of England schools endeavour to create cohesive communities which respect both their Anglican Christian ethos and the diverse, often multi-faith demographic of their student bodies?  This is being explored in Birmingham in case study research…

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