Our termly RE Network meetings are the place to meet local Hull and East Riding teachers of RE, and share resources and ideas to address aspects of our local agreed syllabus.

AUTUMN 2020 meetings

Resources for November 2020 are downloadable below. In addition to the PowerPoint, the following may be useful:

Need help teaching the RE syllabus?

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We offer basic half-day sessions How to Plan from the Agreed Syllabus and other sessions linked to subject leadership, deep dives, Understanding Christinaity, pedagogy and British Values.

Please let us know how we can help support your pupils’ learning, by returning a booking form outlining the support you need:

ERYC CPD booking form

Hull CPD Booking form

See 2016 Syllabus pages to access our RE syllabus.

To negotiate bespoke training for your school or cluster:

East Riding schools, contact Sue Holmes sueholmes@email.com

Scale of charges

Hull schools, contact Marilyn Cowling: marilynccowling@gmail.com

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WHAT TEACHERS ARE SAYING…
 
“Many thanks for the high quality training & support.” (2020)
“Many thanks!  Incredibly helpful!” (2020)
“Thank you again for a brilliant session for the deep dive session. I found it very informative.” (2020)
“Excellent – great ideas and a very inclusive methodology which will work well in the classroom.”
“Really excellent – I shall certainly be using the ideas from today straight away.”
“Terrific trainers – very knowledgeable! – and so much info given.”
“Really useful; will certainly bring a new dimension to my teaching.   An enjoyable day – am inspired!”
“Brilliant!  Fantastic ideas given.  A very worthwhile day – thank you.”
“Thank you so much once again for an inspirational, informative and resource-packed day!  Lots of wonderful ideas that will translate well into practice 🙂
“A truly fab day!  Very thought-provoking.  I feel a lot more confident about what being an RE coordinator involves”
“An excellent, informative day full of ideas to refresh teaching and learning of RE in EYFS – chance to share good practice and  focus in on the challenges.  Thank you.”

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