• Study day on 'Exploring Buddhism' on Saturday April 16th 2016, 10.00am - 4.00pm at the Dhamma Talaka Pagoda, Ladywood. Please see attached for further information.

  • An introduction to walking as a form of meditation and relaxation. Sessions take place every Friday, starting 8th April 2016, 10:30 - 12:00. Free to join, all welcome. Please see attached for further information.

  • Peacemakers invitation to book launch at The Priory Rooms on Wednesday 20th April 2016, 6pm start. The book 'Learning for Peace' is a guide to developing outstanding SMSC in your primary school. Please see invitation for further information.

  • Discover the many faiths that make up Birmingham’s rich and diverse community. 

    Explore how different faiths have influenced and shaped the city. Uncover sacred objects used in religious practice and explore the role of faith in places of worship at home, and within our journey through life.

  • Here is a flyer about a funding possibility for schools wishing to take up the RE Quality Mark. Westhill Trust is offering to make a contribution of £275 towards the full cost of £475 (so schools would only need to pay £200) for this award. For more information:

  • Farmington Scholarships for Teachers of Religious Education and Headteachers Academic Year 2016/2017 the link to the information on our website is:
  • Peacemakers help school communities to grow and develop by putting time and energy into building, maintaining and repairing relationships in the classroom, in the staffroom, in the playground and corridors. For more information check out their newsletter attached below.
  • Leaveners is a Birmingham based arts charity offering a unique, high-quality programme of art-based workshops, projects and events that explore issues relating to human rights, social justice, peace and spiritually, inspired by contemporary Quaker values... For more information please click the link below.
  • Examination Reform 2015: Your one-stop shop for all the materials published so far
  • Thursday 7th May 2015

    To be held at G39, School of Education, University of Birmingham


    Alan Brine (former chief inspector for RE) will talk about:

    1. Preparing for Ofsted

    2. The inquiry approach to RE


    A chance to meet other teachers of RE, to share ideas and gain support.

    Refreshments from 4:30.

    Start from 5:00.

    Finish by 6:00.

    The RE network group meeting is a link group for the West Midlands. All secondary RE teachers are most welcome.