SAPERE annual conference 2018: Creative and imaginative possibilities for P4C | lizzylewissapere

The theme of SAPERE’s annual conference this year is Transforming Teaching And Learning In Your Educational Setting. The conference, which takes place on Thursday 29 November at Conference Aston in Birmingham, will offer P4C ideas, tips, suggestions and inspiration to take back to your classroom and is suitable for teachers and educators at all levels from EYFS to secondary. … More SAPERE annual conference 2018: Creative and imaginative possibilities for P4C | lizzylewissapere

Social Media Feedback | Charlotte

Year 13 student Natasha met the famous philosopher Peter Vardy as part of a Newcastle trip to attend an A Level Philosophy and Ethics conference. Natasha contributed to the debate on whether religion will still have a place in the 22nd century. pic.twitter.com/ad0crrWZsj — Nunthorpe Sixth Form (@NunthorpeSixthF) November 9, 2017 Today, Year 11 attended … More Social Media Feedback | Charlotte

What I think about Religious Studies… | Charlotte

‘Being brought up in a Muslim household, I have been taught throughout my life that, “Knowledge is half of religion.”As a result, a desire to learn about anything and everything has been with me for as long as I can remember. However, my desire to increase my knowledge about other people’s beliefs, came into fruition … More What I think about Religious Studies… | Charlotte

A focus on knowledge – how my teaching has changed (short series) | missdcox

I often see people on Twitter talking about a ‘knowledge rich’ curriculum or a ‘knowledge based’ curriculum and think, if I wasn’t teaching knowledge before, what was I doing? Of course, I’ve always taught knowledge however I have changed my view of it, particularly in how I teach my subject. This small series of blogs will … More A focus on knowledge – how my teaching has changed (short series) | missdcox

A focus on knowledge – how my teaching has changed (short series) | missdcox

I often see people on Twitter talking about a ‘knowledge rich’ curriculum or a ‘knowledge based’ curriculum and think, if I wasn’t teaching knowledge before, what was I doing? Of course, I’ve always taught knowledge however I have changed my view of it, particularly in how I teach my subject. This small series of blogs will … More A focus on knowledge – how my teaching has changed (short series) | missdcox