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Introducing the Agreed Syllabus 2011. Why a new syllabus? statutory requirement role of the SACRE and ASC third joint syllabus of the Humberside partnership.

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1 Introducing the Agreed Syllabus 2011

2 Why a new syllabus? statutory requirement role of the SACRE and ASC third joint syllabus of the Humberside partnership

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4 Whats new? no hard copy; everything on one disc brings together national guidance and local requirements supplementary materials and web-links fields of enquiry form the statutory core incorporates new planning model and exemplar termly units of learning EYFS aligned to national guidance and given greater prominence

5 RE in the EYFS RE is non-statutory until children reach statutory school age taken from EYFS Framework with additional comments and RE scenarios from local practitioners EYFS programme provides an essential foundation for KS1 RE

6 What you will recognise RE and the curriculum statutory requirements - no change fields of enquiry format learning about… learning from… levels of attainment subject-specific support: Getting Started with World Religions

7 Statutory requirements state schools, academies and trust schools should follow the locally agreed syllabus; however there are some exceptions such as some denominational institutions which follow their prescribed syllabus (The agreed syllabus in different types of schools)

8 Statutory fields of enquiry form core RE curriculum replace current strands the basis for planning same 6 themes for KS1, KS2 and KS3 (KS4 required to follow accredited exam syllabus) agreed in collaboration with QCDA and 50+ local authorities link teaching objectives to both AT1 and AT2

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12 Planning from fields of enquiry consider: exemplar planning model spiral of learning time allocation pedagogy – enquiry models breadth of content/learning progression and attainment

13 Progression & attainment teaching objectives and learning outcomes Transforming RE - examples of good practice, suggesting how to improve learning outcomes P scales and Can do levels APP and record sheets

14 Exemplar units of learning three per year group (two for Y9) link to fields of enquiry and levels of attainment, providing ideas for challenge and development follow a learning cycle link to APP provide a model for schools to adapt to their own curriculum

15 What to do next subject leader raises awareness and discusses changes with colleagues plan to implement in September review policies share with governors, pupils and parents identify relevant training needs

16 Stay in touch! Marilyn Cowling tel: Sue Holmes tel:


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