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"I'm delighted to announced that ATCRE have been formally accepted into the Religious Education Council (REC).


To the REC you need to demonstrate that you meet their membership criteria. We fully met their criteria, in particular, being a national organisation that is committed to excellence in RE.


Membership of the REC is significant for ATCRE because it means we have gained recognition in the wider RE world and can further contribute to the debate about RE at the national level.


ATCRE looks forward to working with the REC and it's members." 

Matthew Dell, ATCRE Chair - 6/11/19

To register as a member: 

ATCRE National RE Conference 

Date: Saturday 8th February 2020

Venue: St Mary's University, Twickenham, London

Keynote speakers:  Mary Myatt, Michael Merrick, Bishop Alan Williams SM - Bishop of Brentwood

Mary Myatt - Educational Consultant and former RE teacher. Her recent books include: The Curriculum: Gallimaufry to CoherenceHigh Challenge, Low Threat and Hopeful Schools.

Michael Merrick - Catholic writer, speaker and primary headteacher at St Ninian Catholic Federation, Carlisle. He has featured on BBC Radio 4 and in a number of Catholic publications.

Seminar Speakers

Dawn Cox - Head of RE and SLE, one of most highly regarded RE teachers in the country on Twitter and for her blog. Dawn will lead a session on curriculum design and teaching techniques to ensure students not only understand, but also remember content.
Sr Marcellina Cooney - Author of The Way, The Truth and The Life shares the work and Mission of the Teacher's Enterprise in RE.
Rev. Dr. Stephen Fawcett - Lecturer in moral theology at St Mary's College, Oscott, will present a vision for a Catholic RSE curriculum (with Edmund Adamus)
Edmund Adamus - The renowned Theology of the Body expert running a session on ToB & RSE
Matt Boniecki - The insightful Catholic RE teacher leading on 6th Form RE: "Catholic Theology through A Level RS and Core RE"
Ann Clucas - Author of How To Teach Everybody: Strategies for Effective Differentiation as well as recent work books for Edexcel and AQA GCSE RS will be running a session on RE and SEND.
Julia Cunningham & Andy Lewis - The Shrewsbury Diocese RE Coordinator (JC) and Catholic textbook author (AL) present "How to Lead RE in the Catholic School"
Matthew Dell - Senior Lecturer on the PGCE RE and MA Education at St Mary's (Profile) uses 25 years of classroom experience to share "The Power of Storytelling"
Claire Fernandes - An associate lecturer in Primary RE, she has written for The Pastoral Review journal as well as TenTen Theatre online resources. She will lead a session on Primary Catholic RE.
Dr Leonard Franchi - Lecturer in Pedagogy, Praxis & Faith at the University of Glasgow (Profile) and author of Shared Mission: RE in the Catholic Tradition will share his wisdom and insight
Susan Kambalu - The CAFOD Inset Coordinator will demonstrate the new and upcoming CAFOD resources to help improve Catholic RE in the classroom
Fr Eamonn Mulcahy - The Holy Ghost Father from Manchester will share his insights on leadership in Catholic RE
Prof Richard Rymrz - Head of Religious Education and Director of Research at BBI – The Australian Institute of Theological Education (Profile) will share his global insights on Catholic RE
Dr Sean Whittle - Experienced RE teacher, academic (Profile) and author of A Theory of Catholic Education will lead a session on his various areas of expertise.


NB - All speakers and sessions subject to change and adaptation


A key part of the day will be an opportunity to discuss Catholic RE with our sponsors and supporters. Already confirmed are:

A Fertile Heart
Bible Society
Culham St Gabriel's Trust
Humanism UK
The Jewish Museum
Oxford University Press
WJEC / Eduqas

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