The RE and Citizenship Subject Knowledge sessions seek to develop colleagues’ subject knowledge through a variety of methods. Sessions can be classroom based, exploring key ideas and concepts through presentations and lectures. We also seek to visit a variety of places of worship and other key places of interest such as the Holocaust Museum and law courts in order to hear from experts in the field and consider how we can use the information and experience within our own teaching of students.
Colleagues are given a wide range of additional and preparatory reading and tasks to complete prior to sessions to ensure that sessions are interactive and allow colleagues to ensure that they come away having learnt something new that will impact their classroom practice. There is a strong focus on ensuring the sessions are personalised and address the needs of the individual whilst also ensuring they key areas such as examination rubric are robustly covered.
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