Prayer Spaces: What they are, how they work and the pedagogy behind them

Inspire began in 2011 when a number of Christian groups in and around Cambridge started talking and thinking about creating spaces for prayer and reflection. Inspire Prayer Spaces grew out of those discussions. With the Church Schools of Cambridge providing the essential grant to purchase equipment, and for GenR8 to employ a worker to co-ordinate

Why Religious Education is Important and the Status of RE Currently in the UK

As the current Religious Education Adviser for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, I receive e-mails and phone calls daily asking for help from primary teachers about teaching RE in schools. The world is changing. The impact of religions and beliefs on people, current affairs, morals, values, behaviours and so on, is evident through the media on a

Strictly RE

On 31 January 2015, The National Association of Teachers of RE (NATRE), held their first ever conference, ‘Strictly RE’. Despite having never taught RE, I went along as I thought it would be a good place to learn more about other organisations and people who share the Church Schools of Cambridge’s passion for RE. This