Events – Calendar

    Oct
    3
    Mon
    CCRS @ Alexander House
    Oct 3 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

    Day Two – The Church 

    The CCRS is normally acquired over two years, with a maximum of five years’ study.  The diocese offers four modules a year on a two-year cycle.  Each year will consist of three core modules and a specialist module.  You may choose to do four modules per year to complete the course over two years or you may space it out over a longer period.  Once you begin your first module you must complete the course within five years.  This academic year will consist of 8 days in total with four days in school time (9.30 am to 3.30 pm) and four days on a Saturday (10 am to 12.30 pm).

    To gain accreditation you must attend each module and successfully complete an assignment.

    This year we will consider:  The Church, The Sacraments, Morality and the specialist module will be Faith & Science.  You are welcome to attend the sessions without seeking accreditation through the submission of essays.

    Oct
    6
    Thu
    Primary RE Updates @ St Dunstan's Parish Hall
    Oct 6 @ 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

    Planning the New Curriculum

    For RE Co-ordinators

    The day will offer knowledge of the new Curriculum Directory content and the impact on the planning and content of RE.

     

    Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

    Oct
    13
    Thu
    Secondary Heads of RE Conference @ St Joseph's Catholic College,
    Oct 13 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

    Day One of TwoThe Curriculum Directory

    The aims of this day are to provide knowledge of the new Curriculum Directory content and the impact on the planning and content of RE.

    Department Heads of RE will be informed of new initiatives and resources that will enhance RE in their school.

    Thee will also be an update on the Section 48 Inspection framework.

     

     

    Clerk to Governor Training @ virtual meeting via Microsoft Teams
    Oct 13 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

    Target Audience:      Clerks to Governors

    Facilitator:                Bill McEntee, Governance Office

    This session is to support both new and experienced clerks in their role. It focuses on the particular requirements of clerking at a Catholic school.

    Oct
    17
    Mon
    Programme for those new to Catholic Education @ Bailbrook House Hotel, Bath
    Oct 17 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm

    Day One of Two

    The course is for Early Career Teachers and those new to teaching in a Catholic School across all phases

    Day One will provide an overview of what is meant by the ‘distinctive nature of the Catholic School’, collective worship and prayer.

    The course will aim to develop an understanding of the roles and responsibilities aligned with working in a Catholic school,  provide ideas to support quality teaching and learning in primary RE; provide strategies to support spirituality across the whole curriculum and develop a knowledge and understanding of effective RE assessment.

    Oct
    18
    Tue
    Chaplaincy for Primary Schools @ St Dunstan's Parish Hall
    Oct 18 @ 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

    Day One

    This day will provide:

    • Prayer and Liturgy Directory updates
    • an opportunity to create and share resources for use in school
    • time to share ideas to celebrate the liturgical year

    Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

    Nov
    1
    Tue
    Virtual Meeting for RE Leads in Little Way Partnership via Microsoft Teams
    Nov 1 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

    The aim of these Partnership meetings is to inform RE Leads of new initiatives and resources that will enhance RE in their school.

    There will be updates on the new Section 48 Inspections and the new RECD.

    We will also discuss the implications for the synod on the theme of synodality.

    Nov
    2
    Wed
    Virtual Meeting for RE Leads in the Dunstan Partnership via Microsoft Teams
    Nov 2 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

    The aim of these Partnership meetings is to inform RE Leads of new initiatives and resources that will enhance RE in their school.

    There will be updates on the new Section 48 Inspections and the new RECD.

    We will also discuss the implications for the synod on the theme of synodality.

    Nov
    3
    Thu
    Virtual Meeting for RE Leads in the Emmaus Partnership via Microsoft Teams
    Nov 3 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

    The aim of these Partnership meetings is to inform RE Leads of new initiatives and resources that will enhance RE in their school.

    There will be updates on the new Section 48 Inspections and the new RECD.

    We will also discuss the implications for the synod on the theme of synodality.

    Education Mass @ Clifton Cathedral
    Nov 3 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

    This annual Mass is for all those connected with Catholic education in the Clifton Diocese.  The Mass brings together headteachers, staff, governors and pupils as a diocesan family to celebrate Catholic education.