This course will be run over 2 online sessions focusing on how to construct high quality RE curriculums that build knowledge and create progression.
Did you miss the first session or just need a reminder of what was covered? The session recording can be found once you login to your Gateway Alliance Member’s Area to access whenever it suits you.
Session 2 – Building Progression in Ways of Knowing from EYFS to KS2 and Assessment in RE
This course is being run over 2 sessions. Delegates are expected to ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS.
The sessions are taking place as follows:
SESSION 1: Friday, 6 October 2023 (09:30-12:00)
Recording available to watch.
SESSION 2: Monday, 13 November 2023 (13:00-15:30)
By booking a place on this course, you will secure 1 place on each of the 2 sessions.
We will be using Zoom (online video conferencing software) to host this online event. If you have not used Zoom previously, you may need to download the Zoom software either to a laptop, PC, tablet or smartphone, prior to joining. When you have booked your place a link will be emailed to you, within 48 hours of the webinar, with further instructions about how to join the event.
Cost: £200 for non-subscribing schools
Schools who subscribe to the Gateway Alliance Curriculum CPD Offer have FIVE FREE places on any of the TEN courses within the subscription.
Additional places can be purchased for £120 per person or schools can choose to purchase multiple subscriptions if they wish to take advantage of more places at a greater discount.
Costs will be incurred for schools that do not subscribe. Please see our terms for further details.
BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL
The webinars will be recorded and will be available to schools that attend after the live event.
If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us on 02476 347697 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam Robertson works as Subject Lead for RE at Oak National Academy. Previous to this he was a National Adviser for RE Today. Until June 2021, he was a primary teacher for 14 years, much of it spent as a subject leader for RE. In addition, he worked as a schools’ adviser for the Diocese of Bristol for four years – helping schools improve their understanding of RE.
Adam has been a member of the NATRE Executive since 2018, served as an adviser to SACRE, and led RE Hub groups in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. He has a passion for the teaching of high quality RE that utilises pupil’s creativity and questioning.