Interview with Chris Selway
Chris Selway graduated with a single honours degree in Study of Religions and then qualified as a primary teacher. Now leading religious education in a primary school, he is committed to experiential learning where children go on visits to places of worship and meet with representatives of various faith communities. He was awarded a Farmington Fellowship to build on this professional practice by making records of places in worship in use. Here he talks about his time as a student at Bath Spa University, particularly his week-long placement, and how this has shaped his approach to teaching.
Interview by Catherine Robinson