St Giles’ Centre staff, Libby Jones and Tania ap Siôn, were delighted to host the Welsh Government’s Religion, Values and Ethics (RVE) Policy Insight Event on behalf of the Wales Association of SACREs. The aim of the online Policy Insight Events is to keep stakeholders up to date with professional learning developments for the CurriculumContinue reading “Professional learning in RVE: Policy Insight Event now published on Hwb”
St Giles’ Centre staff are very pleased to be part of the Wales Association of SACREs’ project team overseeing the development of national online professional learning resources for Religion, values and ethics (RVE) in the Curriculum for Wales. Expert practitioners selected from schools across Wales have been given the task of shaping and writing theContinue reading “National professional learning for Religion, values and ethics (RVE)”
Important information relating to “The parental right to request withdrawal from RVE in the Curriculum for Wales” has been published this week on the Wales Association of SACREs (WASACRE) website. You can read the WASACRE news item here.