This one-day course, led by qualified and experienced teacher-advisors, guides participants in leading SMSC, meeting requirements for British values and planning curriculum approaches to the Prevent Duty in their own school context. It aims to enable teachers and schools to develop positive identity, understanding of diversity, strengthen provision of equality in action and develop sense of belonging throughout the school community.
At the end of the course participants will: have a clear understanding of what SMSC development and British values look like in a school; be aware of Ofsted inspection and DfE expectations in this area; be equipped with the knowledge needed to create and implement a whole school strategy for SMSC, British values and curriculum approaches to the Prevent Duty; take back to school a number of fully trialled resources which exemplify SMSC and British values development and approaches that protect from radicalisation in all its forms, as well as audit tools and a PowerPoint for a staff meeting to disseminate the learning; and understand how to evidence and evaluate the impact of SMSC.
The course enables teachers to have strategies and practical resources that support them to develop pupils' positive identity, understanding of diversity, strengthen provision of equality in action and develop sense of belonging throughout the school community.
KS2 and KS3
English, RS / RE, Citizenship, PSHE
Curriculum development; Teaching and learning; Leadership and management; Development of whole school ethos; Pupil behaviour and values
Conference, Consultancy, Workshop
Meg Henry, Advisor Linda Cowie, Advisor
"Excellent delivery and resources. Some great ideas for staff. Real life vision and what SMSC and BV looks like in school. Excellent advice on leadership and relevant resources. Thank you." Headteacher, February 2016.Contact provider Booking only available to GLP members. Login