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    Please note that some of the training below will be delivered virtually:

    • 07.05.24 RE Subject knowledge enhancement for non-specialists 2024 (Key Stage 3 focus)
    • 13.05.24 Reviewing SMSC provision in light of the requirement to promote fundamental British Value
    • 01.10.24 RE & New Ofsted Framework for 2024-25 (Webinar)
    • 09.10.24 How to Manage RE in Key Stage 1 and 2 - 24-25
    • 24.10.24 Annual Religious Cross Phase Education conference
    • 20.11.24 Assessment in Religious Education in the Primary Phase 24-25

    If you have an urgent enquiry about your place on a course, please phone 01962 718600 or email htlc.courses@hants.gov.uk 


    Deep and meaningful? The religious education subject report

    by Hannah Richardson -

    The religious education subject report was published on 17 April 2024 and contains some important messages and recommendations for all schools. The full report can be found here: 

    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/subject-report-series-religious-education/deep-and-meaningful-the-religious-education-subject-report

    The headlines outlined in the report show that nationally there are some real concerns with RE provision, however, we know that locally Living Difference IV is a comprehensive syllabus which actively addresses the curriculum recommendations outlined in the report. 

    In response to this report and to continue to provide support to schools the following webinars exploring the report and Ofsted inspection framework for RE are available:

    • Monday 17 June 2024 – 9:30-12:00
    • Tuesday 1 October 2024 – 9:00-11:30

    Search and book on the Learning Zone using keyword search: RE report

    Price: Sub £55 / SLA £35 / Full £66 (per webinar)

    Please contact us for further information. Additionally, please email Justine for Primary, or Chris for Secondary if you would like to book a half day visit to review RE provision in light of the reports’ findings. 

    Justine Ball
    County Inspector for History and RE
    Justine.Ball@hants.gov.uk

    Chris May
    Secondary Teaching and Learning Adviser
    Chris.May@hants.gov.uk

    Learn How to Manage RE in Key Stage 1 and 2 - 24-25 - 9 October 2024

    by Hannah Richardson -

    This course is specifically designed for teachers new to the role of RE manager. It will provide comprehensive guidance to enable participants to develop RE effectively in a cross-curricular setting using Living Difference IV and the Ofsted requirements for RE.

    Taking into account the new Locally Agreed Syllabus Living Difference IV, this course will cover:

    • The legal requirements for RE.
    • Ofsted requirements for RE.
    • The role and responsibilities of the RE subject manager.
    • The place of development planning within the new primary curriculum.
    • Effective planning in relation to whole-school curriculum development.
    • Accessing and organising resources.
    • Supporting colleagues in the teaching of RE.

    Search and book on the Learning Zone using keyword search: Manage RE

    Price: Sub £230 / SLA £125 / Full £276

    Join us as we Review SMSC Provision in Light of the Requirement to Promote Fundamental British Value 23-24 (Webinar) – 13 May 2024

    by Hannah Richardson -

    This course will deepen understanding of the requirements for SMSC in the most recent Ofsted Handbook and Framework alongside auditing current provision and identifying next steps. 

    This course will develop participants knowledge and understanding of:

    • The most recent Ofsted requirements for SMSC and what good practice looks like in relation to a range of complex issues that must be explored in school.
    • The DfE 'Promoting Fundamental British Values' as part of SMSC in schools - November 2014, and other related educational concerns.
    • Ways in which they can increase their confidence in handling questions in many complex and controversial areas in the lives of children and young people in their schools.

    Search and book on the Learning Zone using keyword search: SMSC

    Price: Sub £80 / SLA £55 / Full £96 

    Don’t forget to book for RE Subject knowledge enhancement for non-specialists 2024 (Key Stage 3 focus)

    by Hannah Richardson -

    Recruitment of high quality teaching staff presents a significant challenge for schools in Hampshire, as it does nationally. Our new subject knowledge enhancement course is for non-specialists, across all core and EBacc subjects, as well as RE.  

    This training will: 

    • Support those recently in post, as well as provide preparation support for those who may be taking up a new post in September 2024. 
    • Equip teachers with the knowledge and skills required to effectively deliver high quality lessons in the chosen subject. 
    • Focus on Key Stage 3 teaching principally, whilst offering the requisite level of skill and knowledge to facilitate further development towards the teaching of Key Stage 4 over time. 

    Participants will need some prior knowledge of the chosen subject. 

    Dates:

    Session 1 – 7 May 2024
    Session 2 – 7 June 2024
    Session 3 – 12 July 2024
    Session 4 – 23 September 2024
    Session 5 – 12 November 2024
    Session 6 – 20 January 2025

    Search and book on the Learning Zone using keyword search: non-specialists

    Price: Sub £780 / SLA £730 / Full £936

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