On 3rd December 2013 (4pm – 4.45pm) is the first of the Religious and Moral Education ‘Game On’ Glow Meets. This is a great opportunity for practitioners to link what they’re doing in RME with the incredible sporting and cultural spectacle which is the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. This will be a chance to discuss with colleagues across the country how RME is uniquely placed to explore a dizzying variety of issues linked to the Games – cultural, social, moral, philosophical – to name but a few…
So log on at GOS RME Glow Meet and take part in a stimulating and challenging discussion about how RME can lead on exploring the Games in Scotland’s educational establishments. Cultural diversity, moral issues in sport, taking part or winning, beliefs about sport and beliefs and sport –let’s get RME to the heart of the games!
So, join this unique training session from the comfort of your own chair… be a winner (participants will qualify for a Clyde Mascot visit) – make sure you’re there!
For your diary: Learning zone session for classes to get involved: 17 December, 11am.
If you have missed any of our previous Glow Meet sessions on the Queen’s Baton design, Talor Lawn Bowls production, literacy and the Games etc. why not catch up on it HERE.