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Primary Networking for RE

Venue
The Synagogue, The Thicket, Elm Grove, Southsea
venue
Course Tutors
Justine Ball
tutors
Admin Contact
SPAR Business Support (eandsc@portsmouthcc.gov.uk)
Target Audience
CPD Co-ordinator / Headteacher / Primary Schools Teaching staff / Special Schools Teaching Staff
target audience
Course Types
Network Meeting
Course categories
Primary Schools / Religious Education - SACRE
Subject
SACRE / School Improvement
Course description


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 III syllabus, create and amend planning for RE and help understand assessment issues across the school.


 


This final session in this series will be held at The Synagogue, Elm Grove, in Southsea, in response to requests from delegates.  At the synagogue we will be meeting a former Hampshire SACRE member who will provide a visit and background to the synagogue and then answer some questions from the group about Judaism.

Training objectives


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



  • Supporting other staff in school. What is the Living Difference III RE syllabus all about?

  • Developing schemes of work for RE within a developing, integrated curriculum

  • RE through Literacy

  • Developing thinking skills in RE

  • Assessing RE

  • RE's contribution to pupils' SMSC development

Learning outcomes


Delegates will be able to:


 



  • Train and advise other teachers about the Living Difference III syllabus, especially the Concepts and Cycle of Enquiry

  • Assess children’s work using the Age Related Expectations from the Syllabus

  • Create an effective system for monitoring RE and be able to talk about how children are making progress in RE in their school

  • Learn about religious and non religious views and help their teachers and children learn about these in the most effective way.

  • Teach RE in a creative way using best practice, research and ideas gained in their RE network group.


 

Additional Information

Please ensure you bring along to this session examples of children's work and RE from the term that has gone well.


Please be aware that by making this booking and agreeing to the terms and conditions, you are confirming you have your managers authorisation to attend this training and are aware of the cancellation/non-attendance charges that apply.

 

 

Start Date
Thursday 9 May 2019
End Date
Thursday 9 May 2019
Closing Date
Wednesday 8 May 2019
Times
13:30 - 16:00
Maximum Places
20 
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1