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2 edition of Annual report of the Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education. found in the catalog.

Annual report of the Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education.

Buckinghamshire County Council.

Annual report of the Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education.

by Buckinghamshire County Council.

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Published by Buckinghamshire County Council Education Department. .
Written in English


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ContributionsBuckinghamshire Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21570514M

Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education The meeting will be held at pm on 16 July in Committee Room 4, Annual Report 23 - 34 9 The Changing Profile of Religion and Belief in Thurrock 35 DRAFT MINUTES of the meeting of the Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education (SACRE) held on 11 December at 6. We are obliged by law to have a Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education (SACRE). The responsibilities of the SACRE are to: review the locally agreed syllabus every 5 years, decide if it needs to be revised and undertake any revision; advise on religious education, making sure it .

STANDING ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Wednesday, 7th June, A meeting of the Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education is to be held on the above date at am in the Committee Suite - County Hall to consider the following matters. P NORREY Chief Executive A G E N D A PART I - OPEN COMMITTEE 1 Apologies for Absence. Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education (SACRE) Every local authority (LA) is required by law to have a SACRE. Its origins go back to the Education Act of , but the Education Reform Act and the Education Act strengthened its place in an LA.

The law requires every Local Education Authority to have a Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education (SACRE) to advise the local authority on matters related to religious education in SACREWirral SACRE is made up of four groups. They represent:the Church of EnglandChristian denominations other than the Church of England, along with other faith. Committees & Meetings All 74 Councillors cannot meet each time the Council needs to make a decision and for this reason the Council devolves or delegates some of its decision making powers to the Executive Board, Committees and Officers.


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THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CAERPHILLY STANDING ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION - CONTENTS PAGE SECTION 1: INFORMATION ABOUT SACRE 1 Duty To Establish SACRE 1 Composition of SACRE 1 Membership of SACRE 1 Functions of SACRE 1 Meetings 2 Development Plan 2 Circulation of Report 2.

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A Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education (SACRE) is an independent body which considers the provision of religious education in the area under the jurisdiction of its Local Authority, advising it and empowered to require a review of the locally agreed syllabus for Religious Education (RE).

A SACRE is made up of representatives of the Local Authority, the Church of England. Purpose of the Report The Education ActSection (6) and (7) requires that each year the Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education (SACRE) of each local education authority will ‘publish a report as to the exercise of its functions and any action taken by representative groups on the Council during the last preceding year.’.

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Function (a) To advise the Local Education Authority (LEA) upon matters connected with religious worship in county schools and religious education (RE) to be given in accordance with an agreed syllabus for the Authority.

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