How to use peacemaking education to support the delivery of RE, Citizenship, PSHE & SMSC
In recent years, peacemaking and conflict education programmes have been increasingly used in schools as a means of educating children about constructive approaches to managing conflicts. Moreover, the recent Ofsted Inspection framework, which comes into force in September 2015, introduces a new graded judgment on the ‘Personal development, Behaviour and Welfare’ provision in schools. Consequently, this webinar will:
- Show how peacemaking education can contribute to the school’s provision of the new Ofsted graded judgment on ‘Personal development, Behaviour and Welfare’;
- Explain how peacemaking education can enhance the delivery of RE, Citizenship, PSHE and SMSC in schools;
- Understand the key principals for embedding peacemaking values in your school;
- Provide practical ideas that you can use to promote peacemaking in your classroom;
- Demonstrate how peacemaking activities support interfaith work between pupils.
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We look forward to seeing you there!
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Claire Clinton, Religious Education Advisor
Claire Clinton is an experienced teacher within EYFS, Primary and Secondary education. She has over 20 years of classroom experience, and 16 years of advisory work at a national and local level. Claire is presently the Religious Education Advisor for the London Borough of Newham for eight years prior to which she was a RE consultant for the London Borough of Redbridge and Essex County Council.