Training

Primary: Church Schools - Getting RE-ady for the revised syllabus Session 1 REPEAT

Delivery
This training will be held on zoom: delegates will need a working camera and microphone to be able to fully participate in this training. 

Intended Audience
This is session is a REPEAT session for RE subject leaders in Church of England primary schools in the Diocese of Guildford who were unable to attend the implementation first session of ‘Getting Re-ady for the Revised Syllabus’ in held in the summer term 2022.

Context
The Surrey Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education and the Diocese of Guildford Guidelines for Religious Education are being revised for implementation from September 2023. To help schools to prepare for fully implementing the revised syllabus we are providing a modular programme with gap tasks in the four terms leading up to the implementation date.  There will be one twilight session each term for RE Subject leaders. 

 This training will help subject leaders to become familiar with:

  • The design of the new syllabus
  • The unit titles and high-level overview of the unit contents
  • The special dimension for church schools that offer windows into and out of the unit idea
  • The Concept maps for the faiths and beliefs included in the revised syllabus
  • a gap task to enable RE Subject leaders to prepare their school for the implementation of the revised RE Syllabus

New Subject Leaders and RE subject leaders in Church of England primary schools in the Diocese of Guildford who were unable to attend the implementation first session of ‘Getting Re-ady for the Revised Syllabus’ in held in the summer term 2022.

Standard Price
Universal Free
GDBE elevate CORE Free
Presented Online
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Venue

LIVE ONLINE

Tutors

Jane Whittington, Schools Officer RE and Christian Distinctiveness

Jane is an education consultant at Guildford Diocese Education with special responsibility for RE and Christian Distinctiveness. Jane has been a Headteacher for 13 years, and throughout most of her career an RE subject leader, implementing at least three agreed syllabuses. More recently Jane has been involved in developing creative approaches to teaching RE. She has worked with Orison and Prayer Spaces and freelances with Barnabas in Schools.