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Please note that some of the training below will be delivered virtually:
- 20.11.23 How to approach teaching controversial issues in secondary RE (webinar)
- 31.01.24 How to Manage RE in KS1 and 2
- 19.02.24 How to lead RE with Living Difference IV in Secondary School (webinar)
- 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)
- 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 email@example.com
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.
Search and book on the Learning Zone using keyword search: Secondary Spring RE
Price: Sub £75 / SLA £40 / Full £90Secondary RE Network 23-24 flyer
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.
22 January 2024 – Microsoft Teams
23 January 2024 – Eastleigh
24 January 2024 – Gosport
25 January 2024 – Aldershot
Search and book on the Learning Zone using keyword search: RE Primary SpringPrice: Sub £105 / SLA £85 / Full £126
A set of Professional Development Resources for teachers of RE and an animation which might support subject discernment and subject dialogue in schools.The link to a booking form for further information and resources on the Science-Religion project run by Canterbury Christchurch University can be found using the following link Microsoft Virtual Events Powered by Teams
The application process for Farmington Scholarships has opened for 2024/25.
The aim of the Farmington Institute is to support and encourage headteachers working in values and standards and teachers of Religious Education in schools.
The Institute awards Scholarships to UK based headteachers and teachers of Religious Education and associated subjects, publishes papers and reports, and arranges conferences.
The Scholarships are for teachers of Religious Education in UK secondary schools, primary school RE co-ordinators, or other primary school teachers involved in teaching RE and associated subjects, and teachers of children with Special Educational Needs who are involved with RE. Applications from headteachers who wish to undertake research which would be of help to their schools are also very welcome. Applicants should have held their present post for at least two years.Scholarships - Farmington Institute for further information and an application form.