Primary Religious Education Network Meeting

This course is part of the Key Training series
Wednesday 18th September 2019
9.15am – 4.00pm
Venue: PDC, Room 101

How to be an effective and inspirational RE Subject Leader in the primary school? This one-day course will explore the role of the subject leader, using practical activities to develop your confidence and understanding of RE and your leadership and management skills. There will be a focus on creative task setting, planning a scheme of work using your local agreed syllabus or faith community guidelines, and effective and manageable monitoring and self-evaluation.

The training will address the following:

  • an understanding of the aims and purposes of Religious Education
  • a basic understanding of the central beliefs of the 6 world faiths (and non-religious world views)
  • the skills to be able to judge RE teaching and learning using Ofsted (and SIAMS) criteria
  • be able to develop realistic models for assessment and monitoring progress in RE and be able to identify key issues arising from pupil work books
  • know how to make positive changes - audit current provision and make a realistic action plan

The benefits of attending this training are:

  • KS1and 2 teachers subject knowledge will be enhanced and more strategic
  • Raised awareness of a range of strategies for teaching and how to embed understanding

This course is suitable for:

  • RE Subject Leaders
  • SLT

You will also be provided with:

  • An electronic copy of the training materials.

Cost of course:

FREE (THEP Schools) per delegate

£110.00 (Non-THEP Schools) per delegate


To reserve a place please book online using the ‘Services for Schools’ website

Course organised by Carolyn Lindsay

Upcoming Dates

Wednesday 18th September 2019 09:15
Venue: PDC, Room 101

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