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SACREStanding Advisory Council on Religious Education (UK)
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In addition to advising on teaching methods and materials and on the quality of RE teaching in schools, SACREs are also the bodies from which Agreed Syllabus Conferences (ASCs) are formed once every five years.
The vast majority of SACREs in England and Wales now include a humanist alongside religious representatives, but many admit humanists only as co-opted members and not as full members entitled to full voting rights.
Are there any other councils in Wales denying access to their SACREs for nonreligious beliefs, or even some non-Christian religions?