Grants awarded

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Corporate Grants Awarded in 2019-2020

 

Diocese of Bristol/South Gloucestershire Local Authority: The ‘RE Hive’ project: peer to peer school improvement. To identify RE subject leaders and train them to provide peer to peer support.

Diocese of Lincoln: A National Symposium: Religion and worldviews- a matter of community. To share quantitative and qualitative data and grassroots experience on how best to engage schools, parents and wider communities with religion and worldviews, including the sharing of a 45 min film of a theatrical production.

TRS-UK: Workplace films of Theology and Religious studies graduates. To produce a series of 25 interviews with graduates in varied workplaces showing how their degree has benefitted them.

Unity Federation: Systematic development of RE skills and knowledge – could this be the basis for a whole school primary curriculum? The project will develop two workstreams a. development of knowledge organisers and b. strategic development of RE as the basis for a complete primary school curriculum.

Corporate Grants Awarded in 2018-19

 

Faith and Civil Society Unit, Goldsmiths, University of London: Innovative Spaces of RE for REal: analysing and showcasing new ways of learning

The Panpsycast: The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast

The University of Middlesex: Building the Future of Primary RE

The University of Huddersfield: A Primary Practitioner’s Research Project- can the proposed CoRE National Entitlement work in primary RE?

Me, myself and I: Emergent Technologies and RE

The University of Exeter, School of Education: RE Teachers’ engagement with research

The Linking Network: An SMSC Toolkit for Primary schools

In addition, using the 360Giving data standard, our awarded corporate grants since November 2016 are available here.

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