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Louise Hutton

Louise Hutton is an experienced teacher of RE who is currently an assistant head teacher at a large comprehensive school in Poole, where she also leads on staff development and teaching and learning. She is passionate about ensuring that her colleagues are research-informed and focused on high-quality teaching strategies in their subject areas.

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Making Every RE Lesson Count

Written by Louise Hutton and Dawn Cox, Making Every RE…

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A tin of tripe will always be a tin of tripe.

March 20 2021

When I first read the Commission on RE 2018 Report, ‘Religion and Worldviews, the way forward’, I must admit, that I was a little disappointed. The report recommends changing the name to Religion and Worldviews and making all schools have to teach it under a national entitlement. That national entitlement should include teaching the complexity … Continue reading A tin of tripe will always be a tin of tripe.

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The lost lens in my curriculum thinking and how that affects disadvantaged pupils

February 18 2021

In Making every RE lesson count we consider RE in a multi-disciplinary way including theology, philosophy and social sciences. We talk about how we can evaluate our curriculum using the Church of England self evaluation audit. From doing this, I knew that Social Sciences was the poor relation in my planning but I’ve now been … Continue reading The lost lens in my curriculum thinking and how that affects disadvantaged pupils

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