Training for SCHOOLS
RealisingRights offers professional development and training courses for mainstream and special schools from Foundation Stage to Key Stage 5;
Our CPD / training courses are designed for a school or cluster to meet school priorities and tight budgets! We are flexible and as we are experienced trainers and facilitators, we can accommodate variations in reasonably sized groups that are cross-phase or have a specific curriculum or themed focus needs.
As every school will have different priorities and needs and to meet these we are able to design and deliver packages of bespoke support which can include training, consultancy or advice. Please contact us to discuss how we can help.
Our highly trained team is available to come to your school to deliver carefully prepared CPD programmes for your staff, in your school or college.
Most of our INSET and CPD opportunities are available for whole school delivery or can be bought in by a cluster or locality for cross-phase collaboration and cost-sharing. We can deliver training to your school or cluster as:
• a half day course
• a series of half day courses
• full training day
• an after-school twilight session
• a series of after-school twilight sessions
CPD FOR SCHOOLS:
BUILDING A HUMAN RIGHTS ETHOS IN YOUR SCHOOL OR COLLEGE. We provide activity based training and support to build an ethos and environment where rights are consistently promoted and permeate every aspect of work. Suitable for: School Leadership, Early Years, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, Whole School Approaches
TEACHING AND LEARNING ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS. Our training supports teachers to teach about what Human Rights are. Essential learning for Citizenship, PHSE, and the Spiritual, Moral Social and Cultural aspects of Education Suitable for: Early Years, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4
DEVELOPING HUMAN RIGHTS BASED APPROACHES TO EDUCATION. A human rights based approach to education enables a school to develop it's ethos, policies and teaching in line with the principles and values of Human Rights. Suitable for: SLTs, Early Years, KS1 KS2, KS3, KS4 Whole school Approaches
HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE SPIRITUAL, MORAL, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ASPECTS OF EDUCATION. With the Spiritual, Moral, Cultural and Social aspect of education a key measurement of a school's effectiveness, Human Rights can provide a strong framework for any school wanting to develop this area of the school work. Suitable for: School Leadership, Early Years, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, Whole School Approaches