works as the Secondary RE consultant for 30 days per year for Redbridge. She is part of the RE team in Redbridge and enjoys working in partnership with teachers and schools, to raise standards in learning and teaching in RE. At present Deborah is carrying out the Redbridge monitoring and review visits to secondary schools and is planning a number of events in Redbridge to support the National RE Celebration in March 2011. Deborah is the secretary of the Religious Education Council of England and Wales and a member of the NATRE executive.

is Head of RE at Little Heath School, a special school for secondary pupils with general and more complex learning difficulties. She is known nationally for her writing and presentations on RE, special needs and children's spirituality. She edited the RE special edition of the journal Support for Learning. Anne is a Farmington Fellow and an executive member of the Professional Council for RE Teachers. She is also a member of Redbridge SACRE and involved with ICT and RE initiatives. Anne appears in the new BBC RE Curriculum Bites 2 series with her pupils.


is Head of Religious Studies at Woodford County High School for Girls.   His first brush with computers was teaching with 'CommunITel' on BBC 'B's in 1987 and he has since used ICT extensively in his teaching.  In recent years he has produced RE related websites, led INSET courses and produced RE & ICT material for the Open University Learning Schools Programme. He created the design and html coding for the RE Network pages. Gordon is a Member of the REview Group, Sixth Form Tutor, and has been a Governor of Woodford for over twenty years.
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