Meeting a real Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, or Sikh person makes a significant difference to pupils’ understanding of the impact of religion and belief. Visiting a place of worship can further strengthen this impact. The team has been leading visits to places of worship for almost 30 years and have built up good working relationships with sacred places representing the six major world faiths. Visiting a place of worship supports the development of knowledge & understanding in religious education by enabling learners to explore:beliefs in action including multi-faith day packages with visits to several settings.teachings and authorityworship, pilgrimage and sacred placessymbols and religious expressionreligion, family and communityAll aspects of the visit are co-ordinated by a member of the team who will send you an information pack with clear guidance on dress-code / protocols and a detailed risk assessment for each place to be visited. Prior to the visit, you will have the opportunity to discuss the visit with the faith tutor involved, identifying learning objectives & appropriate outcomes. If parents are interested in accompanying the children on the visit they can do so FREE OF CHARGE.Coming Soon – If the cost of travel for the visits is proving prohibitive we are planning to offer a virtual experience in the form of a webinar school will be able to access online. Watch this space for more details to follow.
Whole School Training & Referring to the service
Referrals to High Incidence Team:Please continue to use the referral form for the High Incidence Team and submit your completed forms to email address stated on the referral form: Inclusive.Education.Service@bradford.gov.uk The form can be found on the right hand side of this page. From the point of receiving your referral the service will contact you within 15 working days. Whole School Training: We offer school-based training which is training delivered direct into your school. This can be targeted to some staff or the whole school. The amount of time deducted from your package includes preparation time. To purchase school-based training you need to buy a package and you can: Use sessions from your *1,2 or 3 packages or use sessions from your Whole school training package.Established Training: Deductions below are for most of the set courses. All based on one tutor delivering the course to a max of 20 people unless stated in the training information. Twilight (up to 2 hours) - 1 Session deducted from a package. Half Day (up to 3 hours) - 2 Sessions deducted from a package. Full Day (up to 6 hours) - 3 Sessions deducted from a package. Bespoke training: Deductions below include preparation and design of the course to suit your establishments’ requirements. All based on one tutor delivering the course to a max of 20 people unless stated in the training information.Twilight (up to 2 hours) - 2 Sessions deducted from a package. Half Day (up to 3 hours) - 3 Sessions deducted from a package. Full Day (up to 6 hours) - 4 Sessions deducted from a package. Please download the documents to the right of this page for further information on the specialist training we offer. Manual Handling Training is priced separately - please see individual booking form to the right of this page. Exam Access Assessments:Secondary schools can request qualified specialist teachers to carry out exam access assessments. Assessments will include: - Individual or group assessments. - Completion of Section C, Form 8.- Brief summary of findings with recommendations. 1.25 hours per pupil is deductible from your package.Please complete the form on the right hand side.
Attendance Support - Legal Package
A full school year package offering:Quality assurance of legal cases.PACE meeting chaired by ESWS manager in preparation for court.Support with Statement Of Witness etc.Case delivered in court and successful outcome reached.