Taken from druidry.org the website of the Bards Ovates and Druids.
Druidism, or Druidry as it is often called, is for some a spiritual path, for others a religion, and for others a cultural activity.
As a cultural activity, Druid ceremonies provide part of the context and pageantry for the National Eisteddfodau of Wales, Cornwall and Brittany.
As a spiritual way or philosophy, Modern Druidism began to develop about three hundred years ago during a period known as the ‘Druid Revival’. It was inspired by the accounts of ancient Druids, and drew on the work of historical researchers, folklorists and early literature. In this way Druidry’s heritage stretches far back into the past.
that the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids was chosen in 2009 as a subject for Religious Education with the Oxford Cambridge and Royal Society of Arts examination boards for students at GCSE level (This is the General Certificate of Secondary Education taken usually around 16 yrs) and Religious Education teachers can download source material from this page on the OBOD site.http://druidry.org/modules.php?op=modload&name=PagEd&file=index&topic_id=1&page_id=168
Other Druidry related information can be found on http://www.whatisdruidry.org/ and http://druidnetwork.org