Training

Primary: Surrey Community School - New to Surrey RE Leadership (Part 2)

Note: This is a two part course. To complete, please book and attend Parts 1 and 2.

Part 2 What does 'good' Primary RE look like?

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
Teachers new to the role of RE subject leader in their Surrey community primary school or academy. Delegates should have already attended part one, ‘Being an RE subject leader’.

This training will help you to:

  • understand your role as a subject leader in leading and managing RE, including monitoring the impact of RE in your school context;
  • give you an insight into what good teaching and learning and expected attainment in RE might look like;
  • consider what will build more confident RE practice in your school;
  • consider next steps in your role as a subject leader.

Teachers new to the role of RE subject leader in their Surrey community primary school or academy. Delegates should have already attended part one, ‘Being an RE subject leader’.

Standard Price
Universal Free
GDBE elevate CORE Free
Presented Online
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Venue

LIVE ONLINE

Tutors

Rachel Boxer, GDBE RE Consultant

BC (before children!) Rachel taught in the primary phase, as RE subject leader in community school settings for much of that time, with additional responsibilities for Collective Worship and SMSC. She has been involved as a writer in the past 4 reviews of the Surrey RE Agreed Syllabus, leading the Primary teams for the revisions in 2007 & 2012 and most recently, co-ordinating the complete review of the new Surrey Agreed Syllabus (2017-1022). She has also reviewed the Diocesan Guidelines for VA Schools and the Diocesan Collective Worship Guidelines (both twice!). In addition to her Diocesan role alongside Jane Whittington, Rachel is currently the RE adviser to Surrey SACRE, and leads RE subject leader training sessions for both the Diocese and Surrey RE networks.

When not reviewing syllabi, Rachel also writes assembly materials and is a regular contributor to the BBC Schools’ Radio Collective Worship programme ‘Something to Think About’.

Areas of specialism:
Statutory RE provision; RE in primary classrooms; supporting RE subject leaders; practical ideas for collective worship

Role within the Diocese:
Associate Consultant for RE (Primary) Adviser to Surrey SACRE