Reviewing your SMSC Provision in Light of the Requirement to Promote Fundamental British Values
Working with the latest 2017 edition of the Hampshire SMSC Audit Tool, this course will deepen understanding of the requirements for SMSC in the most recent Ofsted Handbook and Framework .
Part day course for
Headteachers, deputy headteachers and others in leadership roles, with responsibility for promoting Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) development of children and young people in their school.
Justine Ball - General Inspector/Adviser for Primary RE, Patricia Hannam - County Inspector/Adviser RE, History & Philosophy
Knowledge and understanding
- Of the most recent Ofsted requirements for SMSC
and what good practice looks like in relation to a range of complex issues that must
be explored in school.
- Of the DfE 'Promoting Fundamental British Values' as part of SMSC in
schools - November 2014 and other related educational concerns .
- Of ways in which teachers can increase their
confidence in handling questions in many complex and controversial areas of the
lives of children and young people in our schools
- To work more confidently in partnership with
parents and others in the community regarding issues raised through SMSC and
life in the contemporary world
Participants will learn how to
- Audit existing resources and provision.
Course content and methodology
- Discussion groups.
- Demonstration of ideas.
Intended impact on practice
towards outstanding SMSC practice in your context.
Other Booking Information
Participants should bring
- Current policy and practice on SMSC.
Price includes a copy of the updated SMSC Tool Kit booklet.