Courses & Events
Powerful Knowledge in RE
What do learners need to know in RE? Is knowledge-rich RE dull and irrelevant to teenagers? With limited time and resources, how can we choose what to teach and what to leave out? In this session, we will think deeply about how knowledge in RE can empower those we teach and enable them to become competent and independent learners.
Primary - Understanding Christianity JAN 24
Get the confidence and subject knowledge to teach about Christianity: Text Impact Connections through this tried and tested course which is supported by a substantial whole school teachers handbook. Many locally agreed syllabuses include requirements for teaching Christianity that are directly supported by this resource. This resource supports good quality teaching about Christianity and can be used within the requirements of your syllabus guidelines.
Understanding Christianity Concepts: Salvation
Are you using Understanding Christianity in your school? Does your agreed syllabus teach through key concepts? This session is designed for anyone using Understanding Christianity to increase their subject knowledge on the concept of Salvation, use some of the resources and think about planning. This session is ideal for class teachers or anyone who wants to increase subject knowledge to support in the teaching of this concept.
Primary - Deep diving into RE (Feb 2024)
Depending on where you are teaching and the type of school you teach in, inspection arrangements differ. What types of questions might inspectors ask and how might you answer them? How can you show the quality of your provision and impact on pupil outcomes. OFSTED Inspections contain a subject interview for chosen subject and are designed to support the inspector to understand the quality of the whole curriculum on offer. This session will also support this type of interview.
GCSE RS – Better thinking, better writing, better results (Feb 2024)
This session offers practical strategies to help your pupils to avoid some of the some common pitfalls of the GCSE RS examinations. We consider ways to approach teaching the GCSE that will encourage deeper, more critical and analytic thinking, along with ideas to keep everyone engaged. This session will offer tips for refining pupils' exam technique, too.