Bristol and South Gloucestershire Annual Conference

February 2023: Religion and Worldviews for a fast changing world

We are delighted to announce the return of our highly regarded Annual SACRE conference!

At this year’s conference ‘Religion and Worldviews for a fast changing world’, Kate Christopher will use her keynote to explore how we might incorporate worldviews into our RE curriculums in ways that focus on urgent issues for young people and build depth and progression.

We will also welcome Luke Donnellan from Humanists UK to unpack how we might thread humanism and non religious worldviews though our curriculum. Plus other brilliant workshops from EYFS to KS3!

Expect a warm welcome and fantastic hospitality from Engineers House and a chance to network with other teachers of RE!

When: Friday 3rd February 2023

Where: Engineers House, Clifton, Bristol

Cost: £110 per delegate; £150 for two from the same school

For more information download the flyer below, or to book click here.

January 2022: “How interesting are you?!”: Developing curiosity about people’s identity and beliefs

Resources from the conference

We were delighted to be joined by keynote speaker Lat Blaylock (RE Today). Resources from the day can be downloaded below:

2021: No Single Story

Resources from the conference

We were delighted to be joined by keynote speakers Katy Freeman (NATRE) and Ed Pawson (Religious Education Council). Resources from the day can be downloaded below.


2020: “RE to Save the Planet?”

As news of the current ‘climate crisis’ continues to dominate headlines, young people are more aware and more concerned about environmental issues than ever before. In our 2020 conference, we explored the role that RE has in shaping attitudes and inspiring change.

Resources from the conference

2019: Telling Tales

Resources from the conference

We were delighted to be joined by keynote speaker Lat Blaylock (RE Today). Resources from the day can be downloaded below.

Talk to the Animals – notes from Katy Staple’s workshop