I hold a number of voluntary positions providing good experience of education, marketing and public relations; I am the teacher representative on Liverpool SACRE, co-opted back in 2007 based on my enthusiasm and knowledge of RE and the local area. In this position I have encouraged the committee to consider different ways of promoting the subject and supporting teachers. This has included exploring and encouraging ‘secular’ and Humanist forms of collective worship. Recently I have been involved in the re-write of the locally agreed syllabus that is an on-going project. I have served 6 years on the executive committee of NATRE (national association of teachers of religious education), including the steering group, I thoroughly enjoyed these roles and the opportunity they gave me to influence RE on a national level including its promotion and marketing. In this context I have recently been involved in an assignment looking at school’s SMSC (social, moral, spiritual and cultural), the findings and recommendations of were published in an article for RE Today. Through both of these roles I have supported local and national teachers, and have also been given the opportunity to speak at and lead seminars at NATRE Northern RE conferences. Outside of the professional sphere, I sit on the board of a local community charity and youth group called ‘The Unity’; in this capacity I have gained an understanding of the charity sector, marketing and public relations. I organise and facilitate different events an...
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I thoroughly enjoy teaching and believe my strengths are my strong belief in people and desire to make education accessible and open to all. Religious Education is a highly important subject, as it provides children with the ability to formulate beliefs, views and opinions through the medium of social, moral, spiritual and cultural understandings and capabilities. My confident subject knowledge and teaching aptitude has allowed me to become a very successful classroom teacher, a success that will be transferred to becoming a very effective Teaching Fellow in Education (PGCE RE), happily rising to each one of the challenges the role presents with great vision and enthusiasm whilst building on good practice.
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