Why is this conference relevant?
'Teachers are dealing with an increasing number of racist incidents in schools following the EU referendum.'*
With the current political climate leading to a rise in racism, it’s vital you are raising awareness of all strands of diversity, preventing discrimination and promoting equality to enable your students to appreciate the diverse society that they live in.
Our Celebrating Diversity and Promoting Equality in Schools conference will give you the knowledge and strategies you need to ensure SMSC (spiritual, moral, social and cultural), character education and British values are embedded across your school and that diversity is celebrated.
What can I expect?
- Promoting diversity: Develop a whole-school approach to promoting diversity, respect and equality through effective SMSC and character education
- Embedding SMSC: Equip your staff with the skills to embed SMSC in every classroom and across the curriculum – primary and secondary sessions available
- Measuring impact: Learn how to track and evaluate your SMSC and character education provision to assess the impact it has on your students
- Ofsted: Gain clarity on Ofsted’s expectations for SMSC provision in 2017 and know what inspectors will look for
Who should attend?
- SMSC coordinators
- PSHE coordinators
- Assistant headteachers
- Deputy headteachers
- RE coordinators
What our delegates have said
'An exciting, informative, inspiring & motivational conference!'
SMSC coordinator, Scargrill Infants School
'An inspirational and considered series of speakers, who helped build motivation and provide enough foundation to build on for the future'
Teacher, Snapwick School
'Excellent course! Very informative, lots of lovely ideas and great resource ideas!'
SMSC Lead, Chopwell Primary School
'Clear and informative. It has allowed me to recognise what is already great and areas we need to work on'
Head of PSHE, Warwick Prep School
'An enlightening course with many practical ideas given to take back to school'
Subject Leader: CPSHE, Higham Lane School