Sacre

SACRE (Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education)

2019/2020 Training & Projects

Curriculum Conversations for RE teachers in Yorkshire

Ofsted and the Religious Education Curriculum — Dr Richard Kueh HMI
11 March 2021
4.15-5.15pm
This one hour online session for RE teachers and subject leads will provide an opportunity to hear from Dr Richard Kueh, one of Her Majesty's Inspectors (HMI) and Ofsted's Subject Lead for Religious Education. The session will focus on the place of Religious Education in Ofsted’s Education Inspection Framework and will include a time for questions. Book Now
Being ambitious: A religion and worldviews curriculum for all — Dr Kathryn Wright
8 June 2021
4.15-5.30pm
This online session for RE teachers and subject leads will provide an opportunity to hear from Dr Kathryn Wright, CEO Culham St Gabriels. The session will focus on principles for building an ambitious RE curriculum for all. The session will include conversation on national developments on curriculum and will include time for discussion and questions. Book Now
Regional Conversation
24 June 2021
4.15
An opportunity to reflect on what we have learnt so far Book Soon

RE: Intent, Implementation and Subject Knowledge

Thursday 30th April 2020, 9.00-4.00pm at Learn Sheffield CANCELLED

Primary, KS1-KS2 Suitable for Teachers of 5-11s looking to deepen their knowledge and teaching of RE in light of OFSTED research. Perfect for NQTs as well as experienced teachers and any teaching staff with a responsibility for RE. This course will help you to think about how RE in your school is structured using OFSTED terminology and support schools to think about their curriculum in the light of OFSTED research. The course will also give teachers numerous practical and ready to use ideas to implement with the 4-11 age range in RE.

Arrival Refreshments will be available on arrival.
Session 1: Intent
  • What are we teaching? Why are we teaching it?
  • How can my school plan for RE which enables pupils to think for themselves about religions and beliefs?
  • How do pupils progress through the RE curriculum you are providing
Session 2: Implementation
  • What are we teaching? Why are we teaching it?

What use can we make of creative methods and links in RE? How can all pupils improve their ability to express their own ideas about reli-gious and spiritual questions? What do pupils need to know? What strategies will help them with this? What learning strategies enable pupils to be increasingly thoughtful about religion, belief, diversity and spirituality? How can RE contribute to pupils’ ability to think about values?

  • What is the cultural capital that RE could deliver?
Lunch A buffet will be provided.
Session 3: Subject Knowledge: Teaching Christianity and Islam This session will improve teacher subject knowledge and provide samples of strategies to use with pupils across the primary school.

Fiona MossFiona Moss, National RE Adviser and CEO of NATRE

This day will be delivered by Fiona Moss, who is a National RE Adviser and CEO of National Association of Teachers of RE (NATRE) she works with teachers in all sectors but is mostly a primary specialist. She is currently the Editor of RE Today’s Primary RE series 'Inspiring RE', and edited 'RE Ideas' and 'Opening up RE', most recently she co-wrote ‘Assessment in RE: A practical guide’ and has written several other primary publications. Fiona is also the Chief Executive Officer for NATRE, she works closely with the DFE and OFSTED and other key stakeholders in education, and is well-known in this context for and her involvement in RE at a national level, lobbying to support RE.

The cost to attend is £75 per person.

Subscribing schools can use any available bespoke credit that is currently un-used.

Cancelled