Schemes of Work for RE


Namatala teaching resource

This teaching resource is a product of collaborative working between School Partnerships, Bristol Local Authority and the Child of Hope Christian charity. It was written to support teachers of KS1 to plan and teach the National Curriculum for Geography: place knowledge.

Namatala is classified as a slum and is located on the outskirts of Mbale in the African country of Uganda. Life in the slum can fruitfully be compared and contrasted with the area where your school is and where children in your school live. You can find all the resources for this unit below.

Supporting images can be found here:

Accompanying videos to the unit can be found on the Child of Hope website here.


Unit enquiry question: Why does St Nicholas of Tolentino church provide ‘sanctuary’ for refugees?

A 6-week scheme of work for Year 8 exploring themes of social justice within the local context of St Nicholas of Tolentino church. Download the complete resources here.


Non-examined course for RE

The Bristol Agreed Syllabus ‘Awareness Mystery and Value’ when it was re-written in 2016 stated that SACRE expected students at Key Stage 4 to follow either full- or short-course GCSE RS, or entry-level certificate RS; or ASDAN Beliefs and Values or OCR ALL certificate.

Bristol SACRE still upholds these recommendations as best practice. Find complete resources to support delivery of a non-examined short course for KS4 here.