The TES RE Group is a great source of lesson ideas and inspiration and is the place to share best practice and get your questions answered by your peers. This is also where you go to debate the latest issues in the teaching of RE.
Does anyone know whether it's feasible for a primary trained teacher to move into either an RE or a PSHE post in a 12-16 school? Just seen this post locally and very tempted. Anyway, really I suppose I'm asking whether a school would likely consider anyone not trained specifically in primary and if there's anything I would have to consider. Of course I know there would be a learning curve...
Thats interesting I feel the same way . I was readining a section 48 for catholic schools and I think some struggle to find candidates so maybe it is work it. I was tempted with alocal school but they wanted humanities as well and I wouldn't be able to teacher History or Geography except in Key stage 3 and that would be with a virtical learning curve lol. Good luck worth considering
hi - thanks for your comments, I'm not RC but my degree is humanities with religious studies, with the latter being about two thirds of the modules. Since seeing these posts I've also seen two primary posts in the area in RC schools - so I have another question to post!
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