Day 1: 21 November, 2022
Start time: 13:00 BST
End time: 16:00 BST
Venue: Services For Education, Unit 3 Holt Court, Holt Street, Birmingham, B7 4AX
This digital online course will enable you to understand the updated 2022 Birmingham Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education at a time convenient for you. The Agreed Syllabus is the curriculum that outlines the Religious Education to be taught in local authority schools for any given local authority. In Birmingham, many academies also choose to teach RE according to this document, as it has been AGREED by the faith communities and non-religious groups of our city. A conference comprising of faith communities, non-religious groups, teachers and local authority representatives met over an extended time and discussed, but more importantly agreed, the way in which RE is to be taught.The course content will cover how to ensure legal compliance for RE in your school and will focus on the Birmingham approach to teaching Religious Education, including the recent changes. Dr Simone Whitehouse-James has worked in the capacity of drafting secretary for the syllabus and will explain the Conference’s decisions around the changes that have been made.
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Sandra Passmore – Former Adviser, Services For Education
Sandra has extensive experience in safeguarding, health and wellbeing and evidence based practice. She has worked nationally with key government departments (Departments of Health and Education) to help shape strategy and policy whilst still retaining the focus on working for the best outcomes for children and young people.
She has a PhD on the psychology of health related choices which has informed the development of award winning, evidence based programmes such as Health for Life in primary schools and Health for Life in nursery schools which have been proven to have a sustainable impact on improving the health and wellbeing of children and families.
Sandra led the development and delivery of the DSL (Designated Safeguarding Lead) training for SFE. She was pivotal in expanding the remit of the safeguarding work to also include issues such as domestic abuse and sexual violence and harassment within the education context.
Sandra’s passion for improving the lives of children has led her to develop work within Public Health and managed RCT (Randomised Control Trials) on the effectiveness of interventions such as the daily mile. Additionally, Sandra has written books for teachers and pupils as well as peer reviewed academic journal papers.