Teaching and learning through the lens of Companion Links, sustainable global partnerships, brings RE to life.
The idea of who is a neighbour is extended and stretched; and global citizenship learning is made real and relevant through encountering individuals and their experiences.
The RE with Soul pedagogy integrates creative inquiry and critical questioning which are central to growth of theological and religious literacy advocated in the National Curriculum Framework for Religious Education NCFRE (2013). The focus of the units and learning objectives meet the NCFREs requirements and complement ‘Understanding Christianity’.
These key links have been cross-referenced in detail within the content in the Primary RE with Soul Units and activities and Secondary Reflections. Click here to download PDFs that detail the links with ‘Understanding Christianity’.
RE with Soul inspires possibilities for sustainable learning partnerships, with all the benefits this can bring for developing whole school ethos. Churches have many different kinds of overseas links with churches and communities. These resources demonstrate the opportunities and benefits offered by the Diocese of London Companion Link with Angola and Mozambique, enabled by ALMA (Angola, London, Mozambique Association)