Using books and stories to enhance SMSC learning
- Location: Central London
- Date: 21 March 2018
- Time: 10.00 (refreshments from 9.30) - 2.30
Keynote speaker: Michelle Mangal - Training Manager, Young Citizens
‘The Power of Stories’
This will be followed by a practical session, and an introduction to ‘Go-Givers’.
Victoria Quijada: SMSC Quality Mark Manager, Young Citizens
‘Alternative approaches to using stories to enhance SMSC in the classroom’
An introduction to the SMSC Quality Mark, a tool to review schools’ provision for pupils’ SMSC development.
Participants will have opportunities to:
- Reflect on the contribution of SMSC to learning and attainment
- Consider how the literacy curriculum can be enriched to prepare pupils for the modern world
- Learn how to use puppets to develop and tell stories
- Discover how stories can both entertain and provide answers to difficult questions.
- Gain an insight into how stories can promote dialogue and open-mindedness
- Appreciate how stories can demonstrate that people (characters) of different races/ religions/ abilities have human characteristics that we all share
- Learn how fiction can promote tolerance
- Share and discuss good practice
- Plan for improvements in their own school
All Participants will receive:
25% discount on Go-Givers subscriptions
Sullivan and Cromwell, 1 New Fetter Lane, Central London, EC4A 1AN