Schools and community - Theology and Religious Studies
Staff from the department of Theology and Religious Studies regularly visit schools in the Nottinghamshire region and nationwide. Our team includes experts in the study of Christianity, Judaism, Islam, atheism, the Bible, philosophy, ethics, art, literature, contemporary religion, religion and science, digital media and many other topics. We are always delighted to hear from school teachers, and we can work with schools to develop talks or videos on topics relevant to your curriculum.
Theology and Religious Studies in schools
Recent presentations to schools have included workshops on:
- religious pluralism,
- miracle stories,
- the history and theology of Islam,
- religion and the environment,
- the life of Jesus,
- Christian feminism,
- Black Christian liberation theology,
- the Bible in popular culture, and many other issues as well.
We also work closely with religious organisations and community groups, helping to organise public events and student visits to places of worship.
If you would like to work with the department on a community project or a school visit, please email Tim Hutchings.
Modules in a minute
We challenged some of our staff to explain one of their modules in 90 seconds or less.
Discover more of our modules here.
Our video gallery
Find out more about our department by visiting our video gallery.
Feedback from teachers and pupils
We enjoyed experiencing lectures on new topics, expanding our knowledge, and having the opportunity to contemplate our thoughts and raise questions."
We found this a really interesting presentation. The speaker had boundless enthusiasm. The content of the lecture gave lots of different people to use in essays.”
I really hope that this is the beginning of an exciting partnership between ourselves. It was the most wonderful experience."