Useful links

The links listed below are ones we think will be of interest to members of WASACRE.

PLEASE NOTE: WASACRE is not responsible for the content of any of these external links.                  

  • AREIAC - The Association of Religious Education Inspectors, Advisors and Consultants provides advice, challenge, leadership, training and support for multi-faith religious education in schools and colleges.
  • AULRE - The Association of University Lecturers in Religion and Education supports the community of academics in the United Kingdom researching and teaching at the interface of religion and education.
  • Celebrating RE - The official website created by the RE Council for England and Wales for the National Celebration of RE taking place throughout March 2011
  • EFTRE - The European Forum for Teachers of Religious Education supports teachers of religious education and the teaching of religious education in a pan-European context
  • Estyn - Estyn is the office of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate for Education and Training in Wales.  
  • ICCS - InterEuropean Commission on Church and School is active in the field of church and 
  • school and focuses on topics such as religious education, multicultural and multi-religious learning,
  • norms and values education, ecumenical learning, education in Europe and the position of religion in the European education policy. 
  • Interfaith Network for the UK - The Inter Faith Network for the UK promotes good relations between people of different faiths in the United Kingdom.
  • NASACRE - The National Association of SACREs for England.
  • Hwb - Hwb - the all Wales Learning Platform supporting national action to encourage, support and prepare teachers to share digital practice and develop a national collection for creating, storing and sharing digital resources.
  • RE Council for England and Wales - The Religious Education Council of England and Wales was established in 1973 to represent the collective interests of a wide variety of professional associations and faith communities in deepening and strengthening provision for religious education.
  • Religious Education News - A website provided by Trinity St David and Bangor Universities offering news items from around Wales relevant to religious education.   
  • RE Quality Mark - The RE Quality Mark has been developed to celebrate high quality religious    
    education, provides community schools, faith schools and academies with a framework to capture good practice and encourages the development and celebration of school wide commitment to excellent teaching and learning in religious education.  
  • REsilience - The REsilience programme builds the confidence of secondary school teachers in REsilience
  • handling contentious issues in religious education.
  • Shap - The Shap Working Party on Education in Religions supports the development of teaching about the world’s religions in schools and other educational settings.
  • St Mary's Centre - The St Mary's Centre provides resources, postgraduate and undergraduate courses (in association with Glyndwr University) and research in religion and education.
  • Welsh Government- This link takes you to the Education and Skills section of the Welsh Government website, which provides information about the school curriculum in Wales and downloadable guidance materials produced by the Welsh Government.
  • WJEC - The Welsh Joint Education Committee provides examinations, assessment, professional development, and educational resources. It also provides examinations throughout England as well as Wales.