The Culham St Gabriel’s Leadership Programme

The Culham St Gabriel’s Leadership Programme
Finding your voice as a leader of Religion and Worldviews
2021-22

Following a successful pilot programme in 2020-21 CSTG are now inviting applicants to be part of a new Cohort of Leaders for Change in 2021-22. This is an amazing opportunity for teachers.

Programme Outline

The funded programme aims to develop leaders in the following four areas; research, curriculum, classroom and politics

Programme Partners

The programme builds on the hugely successful AREIAC Revitalise scheme. It is funded by Culham St Gabriel’s and the Jerusalem Trust. It brings together the following organisations who all have representatives on the steering group which oversees the programme:

  • Association of RE Advisers, Inspectors and Consultants (AREIAC)
  • Association of University Lecturers on RE (AULRE)
  • Learn, Teach, Lead RE (LTLRE)
  • National Association of SACREs (NASACRE)
  • National Association of Teachers of RE (NATRE)
  • RE Council of England and Wales (REC)

Stage 1

This stage is for those local or regional leaders who are beginning to work across more than one school. For example, leading Religion and Worldviews across a MAT or supporting other schools in a Federation and/or leading a local group or hub. Some NATRE Regional Ambassadors, SLEs, REQM Gold award RE leads or LTLRE Hub leads might find this Stage of CPD helpful.

Stage 2

This Stage is for teachers who have completed Stage 1 and/or for those who already have a regional/national role and would like to develop their expertise further. This stage is particularly for teachers/advisers who are likely to continue their specialism into senior leadership roles within or outside of their school situation. Those who are seeking to become advisers, ambassadors or an Executive member of one of the RE Organisations are particularly encouraged to apply.
Please go the website for more details, participant guides and the application form.

Applications need to be in by March 31st. Find out more on the RE:Online website.

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