If you would like to be involved in this programme, please complete the 'I am interested' form. This form can be found on the Home and Schools pages.


Participate in REsilience

You can either complete the form below to be sent further information about the programme, or if you have already decided to apply for REsilience, you can download an application form directly - see centre panel.

I am interested!

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Building on the success of the government-funded project, REsilience is now being offered to  all teachers of RE who want to develop their confidence and competence in dealing with contentious issues in the classroom.

Teaching RE

Its aims are to:

  • increase confidence in addressing contentious issues, particularly those sometimes linked with violent extremism
  • provide continuous professional development opportunities for all teachers of RE
  • encourage reflective practice


Find out more by going to the What is REsilience section.

Click here to download the REsilience application form.


Click here to view some example materials (Gateways).

Click here to download a report of a conference on Exploring Controversial Issues and Challenging Stereotypes for Year 9 and 10 students run by PGCE RE and Performing Arts trainee teachers at Liverpool Hope University in November 2011.