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    CPD support for teaching RE from the HIAS RE team

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

    •  23.02.24 Reviewing SMSC provision in light of the requirement to promote fundamental British Value
    •  29.02.24 Assessment in Religious Education in the Primary Phase
    •  04.03.24 How to approach teaching controversial issues in Secondary RE (webinar)
    •  14.03.24 Collective worship in Primary schools (webinar)
    •  22.03.24 Secondary RE: Teaching students at risk of disadvantage (FSM) (webinar)
    •  06.05.24 Reviewing SMSC provision in light of the requirement to promote fundamental British Value

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


    Book now for our brand new course – 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.

    Dates:

    Part 1 – 22 March 2024
    Part 2 – 7 May, 7 June, 12 July, 23 September, 12 November 2024

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

    Price: Sub £780 / SLA £730 / Full £936
    Invoiced in two parts:
    23-24 – Part 1: Sub £130 / SLA £125 / Full £156
    24-25 – Part 2: Sub £650 / SLA £605 / Full £780

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    Book your place on the Summer 23-24 Primary RE Network

    by Hannah Richardson -

    These sessions are designed to enable RE managers to explore, share and develop good practice in RE in their schools. The sessions will focus on helping other staff to understand the cycle of enquiry, know the range of concepts in the Living Difference IV syllabus, create and amend planning for RE, and help understand assessment issues across the school. 

    Sessions will cover issues according to the needs of the participants, such as: 

    • Supporting other staff in school – what is Hampshire RE using Living Difference IV about? 
    • Developing schemes of work for RE within a developing, integrated curriculum using the golden threads and an understanding of Abrahamic and Dharmic religions. 
    • RE through cross curricular learning. 
    • Developing thinking skills in RE, assessing RE and RE's contribution to pupils' SMSC development. 

    Applicants are expected to attend one meeting each term for one academic year. It is useful if delegates bring their own planning and RE work to the sessions. The meetings will be held within a local primary phase school. The host school will receive one free place at the meetings. 

    Available dates:

    29 April 2024 – Virtual 
    30 April 2024 – Aldershot
    1 May 2024 – Gosport 
    2 May 2024 – Winchester

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

    Price: Sub £105 / SLA £90 / Full £126 

    Don’t forget to book for the Spring and Summer 23-24 Secondary RE Networks

    by Hannah Richardson -

    The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

    • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts. 
    • Support effective subject leadership as appropriate to each school’s individual context. 
    • Develop skills, expertise, and capacity within school subject leaders and their teams through quality strategic CPD and the sharing of good practice. 
    • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils. 
    • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system. 

    Spring date:

    Spring 23-24 Secondary RE Network – 5 February 2024
    Keyword Search: Secondary Spring RE
    Price: Sub £75 / SLA £40 / Full £90

    Summer date:

    Summer 23-24 Secondary RE Network – 2 May 2024
    Keyword Search: Secondary Summer RE
    Price: Sub £75 / SLA £40 / Full £90

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    Philosophy for Children - P4C

    by RE Moodle administrator -

    Rhiannon Love from Winchester University will be running a Level 1 P4C course at Cornerstone CofE Primary School in Whiteley. This is a two-day course which will provide attendees with the official SAPERE Level 1 accreditation.

    The course would be suitable for teachers who are new to schools which already practise P4C, or for schools who would like to send a member of staff to find out more. The course is organised by the Portsmouth and Winchester Diocese for their church schools, but they are very happy to open it up to any LA school. If you would like to book a place, please contact Sam Powell: sam.powell@portsmouth.anglican.org

    Course dates: Friday 1 March and Friday 3 May

    Price: £150 (lunch provided)

     

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