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June 2022

Tuesday 7 June 2022

Non-religion world views for KS1 and KS2

Ideas for great learning and progress: Non-religion world views including Humanism for KS1 and KS2. This session will be led by Lat Blaylock from RE Today.

Via Zoom

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Thursday 9 June 2022

Managing Challenging Conversations

When, how and why to have a difficult conversation.  The session will provide the skills you need and  improve your communication and listening skills.


Bouverie Court

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Monday 13 June 2022

Safeguarding for Governors

What is meant by safeguarding in school for new governors or for those who have not received training in recent years.  This will help them to understand school and governing body responsibilities.


Bouverie Court

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Tuesday 14 - Thursday 16 June 2022

Incumbency skills: A Three Day Conference

For anyone who has been appointed to a first incumbency in the previous 6 to 9 months. The three day conference will work on some of the practical skills required to lead a parish.

Please book through Sue Denham:

High Leigh, Herts EN11 8SG

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Thursday 16 June 2022

Headteachers' Conference: Happiness, Wellbeing, Resilience, Growing and Flourishing

Happiness, Wellbeing, Resilience, Growing and Flourishing


Dr Bill Mitchell, a highly experienced clinical psychologist, whose clinical work is about rebuilding resilience in people who have been temporarily ‘de-railed’ by complex life events, will address the theme of ‘Wellbeing and resilience’, encompassing:

-     identifying personal pressures

-     recognising early signs of not coping

-     the physiology of mental fitness

-     having helpful conversations.

Richard Crellin will speak about the Children’s Society ‘Good Childhood’ report, which is a vital tool for measuring the happiness and well-being of the children and young people; it is the only report of its kind that actually asks the questions directly to children and young people, rather than to their parents and carers, and is used to inform government policy. Ian Soars will share with us the support that Fegans (a leading UK charity supporting vulnerable children and families) gives and why it is important.  Chris Whttington will lead experiential workshop you will be introduced to meditation in the Christian tradition as a simple but radically effective path to greater peace, wellbeing and community.  Through a series of short talks and periods of practice, we’ll explore:

-     forming a new relationship with life with all that offers us and throws at us

-     establishing peace in ourselves so we can be places of peace for those around us

-     taking what we have encountered out into our daily life and places of work.



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Friday 17 June 2022

Going Deeper with SIAMS - Strand 3 Hope, Aspiration and Courageous Advocacy

This session for school leaders and leaders of Christian distinctiveness will explore ways in which schools can develop this strand across their school. A particular focus will be given to developing courageous advocacy with input from various organisations supporting schools in developing this.

Bouverie Court

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Tuesday 28 June 2022

Getting the Balance Right, an RE Event

We are delighted to welcome Gillian Georgiou from the Diocese of Lincoln to lead the day for us. The focus will be on developing activities that reflect the different approaches required to ensure high quality Religious Education in the Primary Classroom.


Bouverie Court

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Wednesday 29 June 2022

Roles & Responsibilities of Church School Governors

What are the special feature of church school governance?  A session for new governors and those who have previously been governors looking at experiences and how you can develop your role.


Via Zoom or at Bouverie Court

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