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Final analysis of NATRE's survey of 900 secondary teachers of RE undertaken in January 2011 in response to the introduction of the EBacc.£CALL Out of stock
Report on NATRE's survey of 2000 secondary schools in May 2011 about the impact of the English Baccalaureate on RE.£CALL Out of stock
Report on the results of NATRE's fourth survey (2012) on the impact of the EBacc on RE.£CALL Out of stock
Report on the results of NATRE's 2013 survey of RE in 700 primary schools in England.£CALL Out of stock
Report on NATRE's survey of 580 secondary schools in May–July 2013 about the impact of the EBacc on RE.£CALL Out of stock
Report on the results of NATRE's 2016 survey of RE in 373 primary schools in England.£CALL Out of stock
Online research conducted by NATRE over six weeks in June/July 2018. Replies were received from 523 individual schools in England, of different types.£CALL Out of stock
Our students deserve to be taught Religious Education by those with sufficient training and expertise in the subject. A report from NATRE in response to the publication of the school workforce data for 2015.£CALL Out of stock
NATRE is working on your behalf, to press the government on their lack of action regarding the need for more subject specialists to teach RE. This resource shows the extent of the issue using data from the latest school workforce survey.£CALL Out of stock
The UK Sikh Survey 2016 is the largest and most comprehensive specific study to date of the views of Sikhs in the UK. It has been developed and managed by the Sikh Network and was devised to fill the gap, as there was a particular need for better statistical evidence on a range of issues that concern the British Sikh community.£CALL Out of stock