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a leader must also have faith in the people she is to lead
to see good in them and raise them to higher achievement
through praise not condemnation, encouragement not criticism

Rt Rev'd Martyn Snow, Bishop of Leicester

RE and SMSC

RE Coordinator Development

Local RE Network Meetings - Various Dates & Locations

12th June 2020, Beaumanor RE Partnership Conference

Spiritual Development- Interpretations of Spiritual Development in the Classroom

Curriculum Design in Religious Education - #balancedRE

This animation sets out a balanced approach to curriculum design in RE. This approach to RE curriculum design has been developed by four Diocesan RE advisers for use in all schools and academies. This work has been developed in collaboration with teachers and subject experts over the last four years and has recently received support from the Church of England Education Office to facilitate its further development.

Leading RE Teachers


We have experienced leading teachers in RE able to offer schools support in the following areas:

 

  • Support and guidance for new RE Co-ordinators
  • SIAMS preparation
  • SMSC development
  • City RE syllabus support and training
  • County RE syllabus support and training
  • Planning and delivering effective and engaging collective worship
  • Planning RE (in large schools or mixed age planning in smaller schools)
  • Assessment in RE
  • Staff meetings
  • British Values
  • Understanding Christianity implementation
  • Working with EYFS and pre-school
  • SCITT half day training for RE

 

There will be a charge for this support to cover staff costs and any materials.  For further information or to book some training, please contact Yolanda Morley-McKay at the Diocesan Board of Education on 0116 2615350

 

Yolanda will be happy to discuss your requirements and put you in touch with the relevant leading teacher/s. Below are pen portraits of our Leading RE Teachers:

Evaluating the Impact of the Understanding Christianity Training and Resource in Leicester Diocese