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2476: SAPERE (In School) Open Level 2B Advanced Course
12/10/2017, 13/10/2017
Victoria Park Primary School
Atlas Road

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Please note: Open ‘in school’ courses are those that are hosted by a school but are open to everyone.


Directions to Victoria Park Primary School:

Phone 01179030343

Bus number 50 runs from Bristol Temple Meads railway station every 15 minutes. The journey time is roughly 20 minutes and you should ask to be let off

near the end of St John’s Lane, just before the bus turns into Redcatch Road. Bedminster railway station is a short walk from the school

There is no parking in the school but it is possible to park in roads nearby.


Get ready to lead P4C in your school 

The level 2B course is designed for teachers who want to develop a leadership role in P4C.

Participants must have completed the Level 2A course.

Use P4C to support the school’s ethos and standards

Promote progress of P4C through analysis
Use P4C to enhance relationships between children and colleagues


The two-day Level 2B:
Explains how P4C can impact the school’s standards and values.
Shows how to plan for progress in P4C across a key stage or curriculum area.
Extends reflective techniques to identify improvements in P4C practice.

Explores social, political and ethical dimensions of P4C.
Demonstrates practical initiatives to encourage P4C thinking across the school.
The course is designed for teachers who want to develop a leadership role in P4C.

Participants must have completed the Level 2A course.
Completion of the Level 2B course and coursework will qualify you for a P4C Leader certificate.


Course Benefits:
For teachers, you will be able to lead the development of P4C across the school. 

For students, the benefits of P4C can be extended across multiple curriculum areas.
For headteachers, the P4C leader can coordinate and support P4C across the school.


Trainer Biography: (Rod Cunningham) Rod has worked as a mathematics educator for over 30 years. He has been facilitating P4C since 2006. In that time, he has completed courses and requirements to become a P4C trainer and has recently co-authored a chapter in the book ‘Philosophy for Children Across the Secondary Curriculum’. He has also utilised a range of facilitation models with community groups (transition town Abergavenny) working on sustainability issues and developed the use of P4C approaches across the curriculum (particularly in mathematics and science). He is presently a trustee of SAPERE.


The cost is £300 per person, to include buffet lunch and refreshments.


Bookings for this course close on 28 September 2017




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