Read Louise Hutton and Dawn Cox's article for Teaching Times

07 June 2021

Children do not become more moral or ethical as a result of studying RE as an academic subject. But it can deepen children™s thinking and help them become more informed about moral and ethical choices, explains Louise Hutton and Dawn Cox.

Read the article here.

Written by Louise Hutton and Dawn Cox, Making Every RE Lesson Count: Six principles to support religious education teaching brings together the latest curriculum developments with evidence-informed practice and shares practical strategies for use in the RE classroom.

Writing in the practical, engaging style of the award-winning Making Every Lesson Count, Louise and Dawn provide teachers of religious education with the means to help their pupils unpick the big questions of religious belief and practice, and of morality and philosophy “ the things that make us human.

Find out more about the book here.


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