Schools Experiences and Training

The RRC offers a range of pupil/student experiences.  Each is designed to support the needs of schools and students. Whilst the experience has a general, tried and tested pattern, following consultation with school leaders, each can be adjusted to meet the particular needs of an individual school.

RE Ambassador Experience

The RE Ambassador experience is designed to increase student engagement with RE. It will develop student confidence in the subject, encourage student leadership and the articulation of the student voice.

Following consultation with the school, to identify key aims and areas of interest, students will be able to research and engage with resources around the themes and topics that will support RE in their school.  The experience will begin with an exploration of the significance and relevance of, RE in their school community and then move into the areas nominated by the school and students.

All sessions are led by fully qualified teachers and RE subject specialists with the appropriate safeguarding checks in place.

 

What do teachers and students say about our RE Ambassador Experience?

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“The students looked at ways to show how the Saints were still very relevant to Twenty First Century Society.

By the end of the day they had lots of ideas to use with students in our Feeder First Schools to further their knowledge of these important religious figures. As well as this they were considering changing the names of the three Houses in their school from the male-dominated St. Bede, St. Cuthbert and St. Aidan to include a female Saint – St. Hilda.

Johnnie Cuthbert said: “I had never really thought before why our Houses were named Aidan, Bede and Cuthbert.”

Grace Deakin said: “I got really excited about it. It made me think why we don’t have a house for a female saint!”

I would recommend that all schools take advantage of this excellent resource.”

–  Liam Murtagh, Headteacher, Dr Thomlinson C of E Middle School

 

 

Age range: Year 6 and up Maximum number of student participants: 12

£150 for a 3 hour experience including all training, an allocated classroom for the use of the pupils and refreshments during the session. Lunch may be arranged for an additional cost per person.

If you would like to book this training session, please do so via the contact form below:#

 

 

Collective Worship Student Leader Training

This experience is designed to increase student engagement with Collective Worship. It will develop their confidence, encourage student leadership and allow the articulation of the student voice.

Students will learn about the legal status of Collective Worship, how it contributes to, and strengthens, their school ethos. They will be encouraged to design and create a one year Collective Worship Scheme for the whole school. They will be given training and resources to enable them to independently create and deliver an act of worship to their peers.

 

 What do teachers say about our Collective Worship Student Leader Training ?stmarys

The discussion was animated, well led and empowered the pupils. Once trained, the pupils worked independently to plan a single act of collective worship, which they delivered to an audience of teachers and staff at Church House. The following day the pupils led the whole school in worship, using the plan which they had developed. They are now writing and expanding their initial plan to cover a three year period.

– Tony Palmer, Headteacher, St Mary’s C of E Middle School, Belford.

 

Age range: Year 6 and up

Maximum number of student participants: 12

£150 for a 3 hour experience including all training, an allocated classroom for the use of the pupils and refreshments during the session. Lunch may be arranged for an additional cost per person.

If you would like to book this training session, please do so via the contact form below: [si-contact-form form=’1′]

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