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2012cover calendermonthly*Access to 120 pages Digital eBook Jan 2014 - Dec 2015. Special Months • Special Weeks • Special Days. Full & New Moon  Download Feb, March and April 2014 Monthly A3 Planner - The school's cultural values are reinforced through displays of Monthly Planner throughout the school. http://www.multifaiths.com/pdf/feb2014.pdfA3 Planner

http://www.multifaiths.com/demo1/index.html Cultural awareness is developed through the Life skills programme, Community Skills and through the Learning and Teaching Policy.   http://www.multifaiths.com/pdf/teaching.pdf

Ofsted Religious education (RE) Published: 6 October 2013 - for Age group: 5–18, said today. More than half of schools found to be failing pupils on religious education.
http://www.multifaiths.com/pdf/latestsmsc2014.pdf

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2012cover calendermonthly*Access to 120 pages Digital eBook Jan 2014 - Dec 2015. Special Months • Special Weeks • Special Days. Full & New Moon  Download Feb, March and April 2014 Monthly A3 Planner - The school's cultural values are reinforced through displays of Monthly Planner throughout the school. http://www.multifaiths.com/pdf/feb2014.pdfA3 Planner

http://www.multifaiths.com/demo1/index.html Cultural awareness is developed through the Life skills programme, Community Skills and through the Learning and Teaching Policy.   http://www.multifaiths.com/pdf/teaching.pdf

Ofsted Religious education (RE) Published: 6 October 2013 - for Age group: 5–18, said today. More than half of schools found to be failing pupils on religious education.
http://www.multifaiths.com/pdf/latestsmsc2014.pdf

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Engagement and extended services – Interact with people from different backgrounds and build positive relations with different schools and communities locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. This eBook is packed with ideas for multi-faith assemblies. It includes a wealth of background information on the all major world religion. Who can use it? A school subscription can be used by an unlimited number of teachers and visitors to your school website as approved by the headteacher. For Education Schools £350 Membership for 1 year Access to eBooks for everyone in the school

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A3 Planner2012covercalendermonthly

Engagement and extended services – Interact with people from different backgrounds and build positive relations with different schools and communities locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. This eBook is packed with ideas for multi-faith assemblies. It includes a wealth of background information on the all major world religion. Who can use it? A school subscription can be used by an unlimited number of teachers and visitors to your school website as approved by the headteacher. For Education Schools £350 Membership for 1 year Access to eBooks for everyone in the school

The importance of pupils’ SMSC development. It is crucial for individual pupils and it is crucial for society as a whole. Most teachers would see it as the heart of what education is all about – helping pupils grow and develop as people.

This importance has repeatedly been recognised by legislators: schools are required by law to promote pupils’ SMSC development and inspectors are required to inspect it. “Tell me and I will forget. Show me and I will remember. Involve me and I will understand.” Chinese Proverb

Promote positive attitudes to difference and good relationships between people with different backgrounds, genders, cultures, faiths, abilities and ethnic origins.
Embed equality of access, opportunity and outcome for all members of school community, within all aspects of school life.
Opportunities to embrace the following key concepts:
Shared Humanity - Identifying commonality and shared values, aspirations and needs underpins approach to equality. Value our fundamental similarities and universality.
Valuing difference and diversity - Appreciate the richness within our differences and look for ways of celebrating and understanding them better.
Interdependence, interaction and influence - Recognise that, as they evolve, distinct cultures, beliefs and lifestyles will impact on and inform each other.
Social cohesion within school and within our local community
Excellence - Inspire and recognise high personal and collective achievement throughout our community, UK and the wider world.

The statutory requirement that schools should encourage pupils’ SMSC development was first included in the Education Reform Act 1988. The Act began as follows: ‘The curriculum for a maintained school (must be) a balanced and broadly based curriculum which —
(a) promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society; and
(b) prepares such pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life’
‘…the training of good human beings, purposeful and wise, themselves with a vision of what it is to be human and the kind of society that makes that possible’
…Teaching young people the value of diversity and a proper sense of society and their place in it potentially offers great benefits in tackling racism and promoting race equality.’

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Cross Culture Diversity Teachers Training SMSC - Cultural Awareness is developed through the Life skills program, Community Skills and through the Learning and Teaching Policy.

  • The Continuing Professional Development will be offered through twilight, half day and whole day sessions and will provide access to ideas and resources which will enable teacher innovation and progression in this field.
  • When applying we ask the school / college if they would prefer a talk that is ‘general’ or ‘specialised’.
  • ‘General’ talks might best suit a large group of students (perhaps an assembly) interested in a general inspirational talk, whereas ‘specialised’ talks might work best for a smaller group (perhaps 30 – 50 students) that has an interest in - depth talk on the speaker’s area of expertise – i.e. Time and Seasons, SMSC early childhood Culture in Primary school, astronomy solar lunar calendar sciences.

  • Faith community Christain, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim etc, their history geography culture format.

  • Citizenship – all of the workshops allow pupils to explore rights and responsibilities, advocacy and representation, taking informed and responsible action and playing an active role as citizens

  • There is no single recommended way of using the resource, which is intended as a template. It can be used in different ways that suit the particular requirements of the institution, department or individual.

  • Cultural awareness training can take a number of forms, there can be training days and classroom style workshops or you can study your course online. All of them having the same objective, basically to improve race relations.

Talks for educational / interfaith charities sector organisations. Talks can typically last 30 - 60 minutes, to suit your meeting schedules. http://www.multifaiths.com/multifaithsorder2014.doc

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Cross Culture Diversity Teachers Training SMSC - Cultural Awareness is developed through the Life skills program, Community Skills and through the Learning and Teaching Policy.

  • The Continuing Professional Development will be offered through twilight, half day and whole day sessions and will provide access to ideas and resources which will enable teacher innovation and progression in this field.
  • When applying we ask the school / college if they would prefer a talk that is ‘general’ or ‘specialised’.
  • ‘General’ talks might best suit a large group of students (perhaps an assembly) interested in a general inspirational talk, whereas ‘specialised’ talks might work best for a smaller group (perhaps 30 – 50 students) that has an interest in - depth talk on the speaker’s area of expertise – i.e. Time and Seasons, SMSC early childhood Culture in Primary school, astronomy solar lunar calendar sciences.

  • Faith community Christain, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim etc, their history geography culture format.

  • Citizenship – all of the workshops allow pupils to explore rights and responsibilities, advocacy and representation, taking informed and responsible action and playing an active role as citizens

  • There is no single recommended way of using the resource, which is intended as a template. It can be used in different ways that suit the particular requirements of the institution, department or individual.

  • Cultural awareness training can take a number of forms, there can be training days and classroom style workshops or you can study your course online. All of them having the same objective, basically to improve race relations.

Talks for educational / interfaith charities sector organisations. Talks can typically last 30 - 60 minutes, to suit your meeting schedules. http://www.multifaiths.com/multifaithsorder2014.doc

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