Events – Calendar

    May
    18
    Wed
    Cross Phase Modular Course @ St Augustine's Parish Centre
    May 18 @ 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

    Cross Phase Modular Course – Day 3

    Target audience: Those who have been teaching RE for 2 to 5 years, and primary RE Co-ordinators who have not yet completed this course.  (It is a requirement by the Bishop that all RE Co-ordinators in post will have acquired this qualification within two years of their appointment.)

    Facilitator:  Louise White

    Speaker: Ann Fowler

    Day 3 – The Life of Christ – The distinctive nature of the school.

    May
    21
    Sat
    CCRS for Teachers @ Alexander House
    May 21 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

    Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS)

    The CCRS is managed and awarded by the Board of Religious Studies on behalf of the Bishops’ Conference.

    It was introduced in 1991 to replace its predecessors, The Catholic Teachers’ Certificate and the Certificate in Religious Education.  Any teacher who is, or who wishes to be involved in Catholic Education may apply for the course.

    More information is available in our CPD booklet available – here

    This session is on Theology of Inclusion

    May
    23
    Mon
    CCRS for Teachers @ Alexander House
    May 23 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

    Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS)

    The CCRS is managed and awarded by the Board of Religious Studies on behalf of the Bishops’ Conference.

    It was introduced in 1991 to replace its predecessors, The Catholic Teachers’ Certificate and the Certificate in Religious Education.  Any teacher who is, or who wishes to be involved in Catholic Education may apply for the course.

    More information is available in our CPD booklet available – here

    This session is on Theology of Inclusion

    Jun
    9
    Thu
    Governor Induction Training @ virtual meeting via Microsoft Teams
    Jun 9 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

    For Newly Appointed Governors

    Facilitator:  Bill McEntee

    This training is the minimum requirement for all newly appointed Foundation Governors to enable them to undertake their roles and responsibilities of governing a Catholic school effectively and appropriately.  It will explore what it means to be a Governor of a Catholic school and its distinctive nature, and the expectations of being the Bishop’s representative on a governing body.

    Non Foundation Governors are also encouraged to attend to support them in their role as a member of a Catholic school governing body.

    N.B.  The costs of this training will be charged to the school. 

    Jun
    22
    Wed
    Annual Year 6 Leavers’ Mass (Aquinas, Dunstan, Emmaus and Samuel Partnerships) @ Clifton Cathedral
    Jun 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

    This is the annual celebration for all Year 6 pupils moving onto the next phase of their education.  It is possibly the only time many of our children will visit the Cathedral or meet Bishop Declan, something that those who attend really treasure.

    This year the them is Fratelli Tutti 

    Jun
    23
    Thu
    Annual Year 6 Primary Leavers’ Mass (Camino, Little Way and Newman Partnerships) @ Clifton Cathedral
    Jun 23 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

    This is the annual celebration for all year 6 pupils moving onto the next phase of their education.  It is possibly the only time many of our children will visit the cathedral or meet Bishop Declan, something that those who attend really treasure.

    This year’s Theme is: Fratelli Tutti

    Jun
    27
    Mon
    Senior Leadership Retreat Day @ Ammerdown Retreat Centre
    Jun 27 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

    For Head Teachers and other members of the SLT

    Guest Speaker tbc

     

    Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking online

    Please note:  If you wish to stay in Ammerdown the night before you will need to contact the centre directly.

    Jul
    1
    Fri
    Aspiring Leaders Programme @ Monastery of Our Lady & St Bernard
    Jul 1 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

    Day 4 of 4

    The programme consists of four face-to-face training days related to leadership of a Catholic school, together with the completion of a school-based project to enhance the Catholic life/Religious Education in your school.  It also involves a visit to another Catholic school to evaluate the leadership characteristics and leadership strategies needed to successfully lead a Catholic school.

    The aim of the course is to:

    • develop an insight into the complexities of leading a Catholic school;
    • identify and develop the necessary skills required for senior leadership positions;
    • develop strategic planning through the leading of a whole school development project;
    • support the process of succession planning

    Those interested must acquire support and be recommended by their Headteacher who should complete a Declaration of Interest for Applicants form, which can be downloaded from here 

    N.B.  Failure to complete the full course will still incur the full costs