Upcoming Courses and Events

We run a range of events to support, nurture and encourage pupils, headteachers, staff, governors and those involved in education in the Diocese

If you are interested in any of our training, feel free to give us a call on 01522 504010, or email our Events Coordinator, Patricia Dixon - patricia.dixon@lincoln.anglican.org

To attend, please complete this form, and return to Patricia.

More information about all our courses and events can be found in our SLA

All RE Cluster Meetings are open to all schools
and academies, church and community, primary
and secondary. The meetings are affiliated with
the National Association of Teachers of RE
Please book your place to avoid disappointment!

To book your place, please complete the booking form or
email patricia.dixon@lincoln.anglican.org or Tel: 01522 50 40 10

A course for RE subject leaders,
teachers, teaching assistants and
anyone involved in the teaching of RE

Course Content -

*The core concepts of Islam
*Meeting the criteria of your locally agreed
syllabus for RE
*Developing creative resources for
teaching Islam
*Making links with the local community

Time: 9.30 am for 10.00 am - 3.00 pm
Course Fee: £165 (£265 not in SLA)
Refreshments and lunch provided

To book your place please complete the booking form or email
patricia.dixon@lincoln.anglican.org or Tel: 01522 504010

You are invited to a conference that will inspire, motivate and
enable you to explore how schools can be inclusive, overcoming
disadvantage for pupils, families and communities.
Through a series of keynote speakers and workshops we will
explore a range of practical strategies for promoting truly
inclusive practices. School leaders will feel more confident that
every child in their care can be provided with the very best
opportunity to excel in a diverse and challenging world.

Rev. Richard Coles
Having addressed audiences as diverse as Local Government Ministers in Marlow
and the Independent Schools’ Bursars Association to international travel agents in
Abu Dhabi and the British Medical Association, Richard is a highly original,
humorous and captivating a speaker.




Jim Davis MBE - Poverty Proofing in Schools
As Head of Youth Engagement, at The Children's Society, Jim leads on children
and young people’s voice within the charity and on enabling local agencies to have
an improved insight into the needs of young people. Having facilitated the
Children’s Commission on Poverty from 2012-2015 where a panel of young people
considered the impact of poverty on children’s lives Jim now leads on the delivery of
a poverty proofing process for schools.

Lynne Gavin - Transforming Lives with Pupil Premium
Armed with the Pupil Premium and a willingness to go an extra couple of miles to
make a difference, staff at Pakeman Primary School in Islington are tackling the
inequality of opportunity present in their local community to life altering effect
(Primary Teach Magazine).



  • Jim Davis MBE: Poverty proofing in schools - digging deeper
  • Lynne Gavin: Transforming Lives with Pupil premium - digging deeper
  • Dan Finn: The Archbishop of York Youth Trust and Young Leaders award
  • Sam Stewart: Preparing Governors for Ofsted
  • Yvonne Shaw: Preparing leaders for SIAMS
  • Gillian Georgiou: The impact RE can have on your school


Time: 9:30 am for 10:00 am start-3:45 pm
Headteacher £165 (not in SLA £265)
Governor £125 (not in SLA £200)
Clergy £75
For more details, please contact patricia.dixon@lincoln.anglican.org

T H U R S D A Y  MA R C H  2 8 T H  2 0 1 9 | 9 . 3 0 AM - 3 : 0 0 PM |
B I S H O P  G R O S S T E S T E  U N I V E R S I T Y L N 1 3 D Y
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Helen Matter, Diocesan School's Adviser for the Diocese of St Edmundsbury
and Ipswich, leads this popular course. It will provide practical and creative
ways for planning and leading inspirational collective worship in primary
schools. There will be useful tips and ideas to share with staff to re-energise
your worship programme.

Now is an excellent time to attend this course as it will focus on how
Collective Worship fits with the new SIAMS framework and the impact
Collective worship can have on the pupils, staff and whole school.

  • Engaging
  • Inspirational
  • Transformative
  • Access to lots of great ideas and
    sane advice
  • Rooted in Christian Faith
  • An opportunity to reflect and
  • Simplify planning
  • Improve participation and ability
    to lead
  • Impact of Collective worship
  • Come, have fun and be inspired

Course Fee:
£165 (outside SLA £265), Governors £125 (outside SLA £200),
Clergy £75 lunch and refreshments included
To book, please complete the booking form or email:
patricia.dixon@lincoln.anglican.org or Tel:01522 504010


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