Annual
                                            Conference
                                              Wednesday
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Spiritual, Moral, Social and
                       Cultural Education (SMSC)
                       Conference


Why you ...
Programme




09.30                 REGISTRATON AND REFRESHMENTS
10.00   Welcome:          Dr Ann Limb (Chair, fbfe)
10.05...
Workshops




Please indicate your first and second choices:-




       Workshop 1 =         SMSC and Post-16 Citizenship...
Booking Form


BOOKING FEES
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       Full Delegate Rate                        = £100.00
       fbfe Sub...
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For further information please contact:-


Jennifer Roberts
fbfe
c/o Education Division                     C...
fbfe Annual Conference




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SMSC conference flyer

  1. 1. Annual Conference Wednesday 13th October 2010 SMSC Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education in the Learning and Skills Sector Friends Meeting House 173 Euston Road London NW1 2BJ Supported by:
  2. 2. Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education (SMSC) Conference Why you should attend: The SMSC conference aims to highlight the contribution of spiritual, moral ,social and cultural education (smsc) to institutional strategic mission, equality and diversity, inspection, curriculum delivery and support for students. SMSC education is crucial in preparing young people as future citizens and employees. Using plenary sessions, round table discussions and good practice workshops we aim to make SMSC a key part of learner and employee development. How your college can benefit: The conference will provide opportunities for delegates to hear and discuss with speakers, college managers and students; ♦ the importance of smsc development for students and institutions ♦ the place of smsc education in the curriculum ♦ smsc and its relationship with other sector priorities including Every Child Matters, Equality and Diversity, citizenship, staff and student well-being, and community cohesion. Who should attend: This conference is designed for; College Principals, Governors, Senior Managers, Equality and Diversity Managers, Curriculum Managers, Student Support and Tutorial Managers, College Chaplains, Representatives of faith communities and Delegates from FE stakeholder institutions.
  3. 3. Programme 09.30 REGISTRATON AND REFRESHMENTS 10.00 Welcome: Dr Ann Limb (Chair, fbfe) 10.05 Keynote Address: Andrew Stunell, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department for Communities and Local Government. 10.40 Planning & Delivering SMSC: An overview of the LSIS guidance (Dr. John Wise, Chief Executive, fbfe) 11.10 SMSC—the student experience (presentation by students from North Warwickshire and Hinckley College) 11.30 REFRESHMENTS 12.00 Round Table discussion: Sponsored by FE Focus “SMSC in FE - an essential element or a dispensable luxury” “The round table will feature contributions from the perspectives of faith and belief communities, Ian Millard, Principal at City of Wolverhampton College and students” 13.30 LUNCH 14.30 WORKSHOPS: 1. SMSC and Post-16 Citizenship Learning (Bernadette Joslin/Rob Pope: LSN/LSIS Post 16 Citizenship Support Team) 2. Using the All Faiths and None materials to deliver SMSC education (Members of the AFAN team) 3. SMSC at North Warwickshire and Hinckley College (discussion led by staff and students from the college) 4. Spiritual and Moral Development within the FE curriculum (Dr John Breadon, Churches National Advisor for FE) 15.45 Feedback and questions to speakers and workshop leaders 16.00 Closing Remarks from Chair NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY AND REFRESHMENTS
  4. 4. Workshops Please indicate your first and second choices:- Workshop 1 = SMSC and Post-16 Citizenship Learning (Bernadette Joslin/Rob Pope: LSN/LSIS Post 16 Citizenship Support Team) Workshop 2 = Using the All Faiths and None materials to deliver SMSC education (Members of the AFAN team) Workshop 3 = SMSC at North Warwickshire and Hinckley College (discussion led by staff and students from the college) Workshop 4 = Spiritual and Moral Development within the FE curriculum (Dr John Breadon, Churches National Advisor for FE) Name College / Institution Job Title DISCLAIMER: AS FAR AS POSSIBLE DELEGATES WILL BE ALLOCATED WORKSHOP IN ORDER OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS.
  5. 5. Booking Form BOOKING FEES Please tick: Full Delegate Rate = £100.00 fbfe Subscribers = £ 75.00 Supported Fee = £ 50.00 (Chaplains and Charities) Conference fee includes buffet lunch and all refreshments Cancellations must be made in writing/email and received by no later than 15 working days before the event date, otherwise the full fee is payable as a cancellation charge. The full fee will also be payable should the delegate fail to attend the event, although a substitute delegate will be accepted. Refunds will incur an administration charge of £25.00. Completed booking forms should be accompanied either by a cheque payable to fbfe or add your invoice details below: Please print clearly in block capitals Attendee Name: Title: Job Title: Organisation: Address: Postcode: Email: Telephone: Dietary / mobility requirements / other requirements: DETAILS OF PAYER / SPONSOR FOR INVOICING (if different): Name: Address: Postcode: Your Purchase Order No: (if any) Signature: Date:
  6. 6. Reply To For further information please contact:- Jennifer Roberts fbfe c/o Education Division CO CHAIRS Church House DR ANN LIMB Great Smith Street DR HUSNA AHMAD London SW1P 3AZ CHIEF EXECUTIVE DR JOHN WISE Tel: 020 7898 1529 Fax: 020 7898 1520 DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS Email: info@fbfe.org.uk GURDEV SINGH BAL JAFAR MIRZA Website: www.fbfe.org.uk Charity Reg No: 1126989
  7. 7. fbfe Annual Conference Supported by:

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