Your RE subject association
We support everyone who teaches and leads RE in all schools and institutions and at all stages of your career.
To get you the best support available, we have compiled a simple guide to show you around our website.
Why should you be teaching RE in your school?
Get your SLT, parents and governors on board using our complimentary resources
Check out our RE resources
Tried and tested, quality-assured resources by RE experts and teachers of RE
- Termly eResources linked to our magazine and curriculum books
- FREE online classroom resources
- NATRE webshop
Take a look at our CPD opportunities
Improve your RE knowledge and skills by sharing best practice with like-minded teachers and learn from our RE experts.
Get all of the above and more by joining the NATRE
- Find out about NATRE membership
Whatever type of school you are, when you join NATRE you will get access to over 1000 member only resources including a termly mailing of REtoday magazine and a curriculum book, huge discounts on CPD, access to advice from RE Advisers, Subject Leaders Toolkit, Assessment Guidance, Exemplar Policy documents and much more!*
Need help choosing the right membership for you?
- Use our online tool to help you make your choice.
- Alternatively, email email@example.com or call 0121 458 3313 and our brilliant customer service team would be happy to help.
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*Discounts and benefits vary depending on membership level
Why join primary NATRE?
'Being an RE subject leader in a primary school can be isolated but being part of NATRE means you can make lots of connections and share ideas. By supporting NATRE we are really doing our bit to secure the future of the subject we love!’
Ashlie Dixon, KS1 Co-odinator, Boutcher CE Primary School
Why join secondary NATRE?
‘I love the fact that teaching RE is never boring, even after 20 years of teaching.
One thing that excites me about RE at the moment is the sense that the RE community are really beginning to think about the nature and purpose of RE and working
together to ensure that the subject is understood and valued.’
Joanne Harris, Head of Humanities
at Broughton High School