Welcome to Redland Education Centre. We provide dynamic, interactive workshops based on Bristol’s Agreed Syllabus for RE. We work with Primary and Secondary schools, delivering high quality religious education in accordance with the ethos of the RE syllabus. We offer multi-sensory trails at Christmas and Easter and also Prayer Trails exploring RE themes and spirituality.

We have 3 aims:

- to enrich local school pupils’ learning in R.E. and spirituality

- to provide pupils with first-hand experiences of 21st century Christianity

- to build positive community relationships.

For more details see our Workshops and Trails pages.

New Appointment

Introducing Redland Education Centre's new Lead Teacher, Lydia Lodge.

Lydia undertook a degree in RE at Cardiff University and followed this with a PGCE in RE at Bristol University. Since then she has taught at Kings Oak Academy in Kingswood.

We look forward to introducing Lydia to you and hope you will want to invite her into your school to teach lessons and run trails.

Christmas Through The Keyhole

We are pleased to announce the publication of our Christmas Trail: Christmas Through The Keyhole – a multi-sensory, interactive trail hosted by churches for their local schools. If you are a church looking to provide this exciting trail to your local school – or if you are a school who would like to entice your local church congregation to host the trail for you – please contact us to order your copy for £9.99.
We were thrilled when Christmas Through the Keyhole by Redland Education Centre was recently awarded Bronze Winner for ‘most replicable project’ by the Christian Funders Forum. We were nominated by the Laing Trust who provided funding for the production of the CTTK resource book. Liz, Kara, Rod Symmons (Vicar, Redland Parish Church) and Jon Ogborne (designer of the book) attended the awards ceremony at The Charterhouse in London on 12th November to receive the award.
Christmas Through The Keyhole book

Redland Education Centre is an initiative of
Redland Parish Church, a Church of England congregation located in North West Bristol.