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Religious Education in English Schools: Non Statutory Guidance DCSF (2010)
This document offers clear guidance on the planning and delivery of Religious Education to take account of new social imperatives and curriculum change.
Gypsy, Roma, Traveller History Month (GRTHM) June 2010
June 2010 marks the third Gypsy, Roma and Traveller History Month. This annual event aims to celebrate the rich heritage, history and culture of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.
Narrowing the Gaps - National Strategies (2009)
A summary of materials published by the National Strategies to support Ethnic Minority Achievement includes all current resources for working with pupils learning English as an additional language.
Secondary ITE Task File: Children Learning English as an Additional Language (7th Edition) - R. Sneddon (2009)
This task file is designed to be used by student teachers and trainees in the secondary phase, to link their college based input on EAL with their experience in school.
Scenario 12: Starting teaching practice in a school with high numbers of pupils with EAL.
This scenario addresses meeting the needs of pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL) and was specially commissioned for trainee teachers and school mentors.
Writing race: student constructions of racialised hierarchies - Clare Warner 2009
This study explored the way students constructed whiteness and non-whiteness in the short stories they submitted for coursework requirements in GCSE English literature.
ITE Session: Teaching new arrivals - Bill Bolloten and Tim Spafford
This session will develop student teachers' understanding of ways to support ‘new arrivals'.
ITE Session: Promoting the well-being of refugee children and young people - Bill Bolloten and Tim Spafford (2009)
This session develops student teachers’ understanding of ways to promote the well-being of refugee children and young people.
Deprivation and Education. The evidence on pupils in England, Foundation Stage to Key Stage 4 (DCSF, 2009)
This report provides an overview of recent research that explores the impact of deprivation on educational outcomes.
ITE Session: Understanding the experiences and needs of refugee children and young people - Bill Bolloten and Tim Spafford (2009)
This session is part of a series of six ITE sessions that can be delivered to increase students' knowledge about key issues and effective practice for teaching refugee and asylum seeker children and young people in primary and secondary schools.
ITE Session: Teaching and learning about refugees - promoting community cohesion through the citizenship curriculum - Bill Bolloten and Tim Spafford (2009)
This ITE session considers the importance of raising refugee issues and incorporating them within the Citizenship curriculum.
ITE Session: Involving refugee parents and communities - Bill Bolloten and Tim Spafford (2009)
This session aims to develop students' understanding of the importance of parental involvement for refugee children's achievement.
The Non-statutory National Framework for Religious Education, QCA 2004
A national curriculum framework for RE endorsing an entitlement to learning for all pupils irrespective of social background, culture, race or religion.
RE-Net provides resources, comment and guidance on teaching about religion in schools and teacher education.
University of Exeter's guidance on responding to racism
Documentation for student teachers relating to how to respond to racism.
REDCo - Religion, Education, Dialogue, Conflict
REDCo is a centre based at Warwick University funded by the European Commission Framework 6 Initiative. The centre targets mainly 14 –16 year olds and how teaching about religion in schools can promote dialogue and reduce conflict.
The Birmingham Religious Education Syllabus, Birmingham City Council (2007)
The approach to teaching determined by the Birmingham syllabus aims to show how religion can shape the lives of individuals and societies.
Making Sense of Religion- Report on Religious Education in Schools and the Impact of Local Education Agreed Syllabuses – Ofsted (2007)
Ofsted’s national report on the provision and standards in Religious Education.
Summary of Research Project: The experiences of young black and minority ethnic young people following the transition to secondary school - Caulfield, Hill & Shelton (2005)
Details of research project: Caulfield, C. Hill, M. & Shelton, A. (2005) The experiences of young black and minority ethnic young people following the transition to secondary school The SCRE Centre, University of Glasgow
Nicholls (2006) KS4 Citizenship Scheme of Work: Diversity and Difference
Example of a student's KS4 scheme of work addressing diversity and difference.
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