RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Sample Clauses

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. 2.1 I / We agree to the full involvement of the student in the College’s Religious Education Program including the College’s Retreats and Camps Programme. I / We accept that attendance at retreats and camps is compulsory and that should exceptional circumstances make attendance at a retreat or camp difficult, these difficulties will be discussed with the APRE / Principal. I / We understand that the retreats and camps programme includes, but may not be limited to: YEAR 7 - Spiritual Retreat YEAR 8 - Camp – Community Building YEAR 9 - Outdoor Education Camp – Xxxxxxxxx & Mataranka YEAR 10 - Spiritual Retreat YEAR 11 - Camp – Community Building and Work Experience YEAR 12 - Spiritual Retreat
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. I give permission for my child to participate in non-denominational religious education 🞎 Yes 🞎 No I accept the rules and regulations of the Kenmore State School as stated in the school policies that have been provided to me as follows: □ Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students □ Student Dress Code □ Homework Policy □ School Charges and voluntary contributions □ Student usage of internet, intranet and extranet □ Absences □ School Excursions □ Complaints management □ Parent Notice for Religious Instruction in School Hours □ Appropriate Use of Mobile Telephones and other Electronic Equipment by Students I acknowledge that information about the school’s current programs and services has been explained to me.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. Any Occasional Teacher on the LTO List who successfully completes the Religious Education Part 1 qualifications will be reimbursed for 50% of the cost of the course once hired on a permanent basis. OECTA Occasional Collective Agreement Letter of Understanding 4 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Both parties agree that training and professional development for all Occasional Teachers is a requirement under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Hence, the parties agree to strike a committee of equal representation to establish processes which will ensure that all members of the bargaining unit receive all training and professional development as required by the Acts and Regulations of the province and in compliance with said Acts and Regulations. The parties agree that the processes identified by the committee shall come into effect no later than September 1, 2016. The parties agree to make every effort to minimize the cost of the training required, subject to compliance with the Acts and Regulations. OECTA Occasional Collective Agreement APPENDIX A GUIDELINES FOR COMPLETING THE P.D. RECOMMENDATION FOR OCCASIONAL TEACHERS Principal must address concerns with the Occasional Teacher and advise the Occasional Teacher that a Recommendation for Professional Development will be forwarded to the Human Resources Department for review. The Association may exercise its rights under Article 9 (Grievance Procedure) at any point during the plan of action listed below. Upon receipt of a Recommendation for Professional Development, Human Resources will implement the following plan of action: Concern #1: Human Resources will review the Recommendation for Professional Development. The Manager of Human Resources, will recommend appropriate Professional Development. A meeting may be scheduled at the Board office with the Occasional Teacher, OECTA Occasional, and the Manager of Human Resources if deemed necessary. Concern #2: Human Resources will review the Recommendation for Professional Development. A meeting will be held at the Board office with the Occasional Teacher, the OECTA Occasional Bargaining Unit President or designate, and Manager of Human Resources. If deemed necessary, the Principal may be asked to attend the meeting. The Occasional Teacher may be blocked from the school(s) where concerns have been identified. The Manager of Human Resources, may suggest possible recommendations for further Professional Development and if appropr...
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. 6:01 The Board requires all new Teachers to take Religious Education Part One (1) for which the Board will pay the full costs. Those Teachers will have five (5) years from the date of hire to complete the course and submit their certificate as proof of completion.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. RE Curriculum Design A review of the current curriculum/long-term plan for RE in light of statutory duties and the expectations of the Church of England Education Office (where relevant). The development of the existing RE curriculum/long-term plan where appropriate. 2-hour session with the Diocesan RE Adviser. RE Audit A review of current provision and practice in RE to include, for example, compliance with statutory duties in relation to RE, the RE curriculum/long-term plan, RE teaching and learning activities, RE assessment and monitoring, RE policies, etc Half-day or full-day session with the Diocesan RE Adviser, as necessary. Preparation for the RE Quality Xxxx A review of the school’s preparedness to submit for the RE Quality Xxxx and the production of an action plan where necessary. Half-day session with the Diocesan RE Adviser.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. The Diocese shall serve as the primary consultative resource to the Parish regarding matters of religious education, training and preparation for laity of all ages in the Diocese, including both baptized Roman Catholics and catechumens considering or planning to become Roman Catholic and shall coordinate the education and training of laity with the formation and on-going education of clergy and members of religious orders in the Diocese.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. 3.1 The whole school experience, not just the timetabled RE lessons, promotes the religious growth and development of our children. They will be taught the skills and knowledge of religious education and, in particular, the teachings of the Catholic Faith. Close links with the home, school and parish are essential in sharing our faith life with the children. Parents are expected to participate fully in preparing the children to receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and The Eucharist. Parents are expected to ensure regular attendance of the children at the parish Sunday Liturgy and to support the children in their School Liturgies.

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