How to handle non-religious views in the classroom.
A significant proportion of the world’s people today have a non-religious outlook on life. However, in a world with people who hold religious and non-religious views, it is important that pupils are informed about different faith and belief systems, as well as approaches to life. Consequently, this webinar will help teachers
- Demonstrate how secular world views support interfaith activities between pupils;
- Understand the benefits of using secular world views in interfaith discussions with pupils;
- Provide teachers with ideas to use in the classroom
If you want to find out more, or are interested in registering for the webinar, all you need to do is:
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.
Paul Kaufman, East London Humanists
Paul Kaufman is a Legal expert, chair of the East London Humanist group and member of the British Humanist Association. He regularly undertakes school visits to discuss Humanism with pupils.