October 16, 2017

I recently woke up to the horrifying news that over a quarter of British people hold anti-semitic attitudes. It is hard to believe these hateful attitudes could be possible when there is still living memory of World War II atrocities. I hosted a lecture recently in whi...

In A New Buddhist Path, David Loy attempts to bring into dialogue what he calls the transcendent and immanent streams of Buddhism that can roughly be mapped today onto the eastern (“religious”) and western (“secular”) Buddhist traditions. He asks, ‘What is the meaning...

January 16, 2017

The ISRSA's email address has changed and now matches our website: admin@isrsa.co.uk

Please get in touch if you would like to be added to our very active Google Group!

December 5, 2016

Times are changing rapidly in terms of the way our subject is understood and how it is to be assessed. Senior schools are already learning to adjust to the GCSE Religious Studies specifications and A Level specifications launched this September. With new subject criter...

November 29, 2016

Please click here to see details of the ISRSA's exciting new competition for schools, open to senior and prep school students and inviting them to reflect on 'Why Religious Studies matters to me.'  Prep school entries should be not more than 400 words, and senior schoo...

September 12, 2016

Alice McNeill is Head of Theology at Ampleforth College and the Chair of the Independent Schools Religious Studies Association.

Education in England has always been intertwined with religion, and yet this year we are facing some fundamental decisions about the...

September 5, 2016

The ISRSA is delighted to announce the launch of its modern, striking new website.  Members of the council will be blogging regularly so please watch this space.

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