Stories are the most powerful tool that teachers possess.
Stories teach us everything that we need to know about ourselves; what’s right and wrong and about the society we live in. Stories teach us how to question; how to be brave; and how to experience a world that we could never imagine.
Stories are everything.
However, with teachers under increasing pressure with targets; and marking, the magic of stories may be overlooked in
SMSC is concerned with the Spiritual, Moral, Social, and Cultural development of pupils. Our SMSC Quality Mark manager, Victoria Quijada fervently believes that schools have many opportunities for SMSC learning. She describes the wonder of a chick being born in the classroom or a seed starting to flourish; the many positive and sometimes negative consequences and rewards for
Michelle Mangal, our Education manager, and
The answer is simple. Come to our conference on March 21st on ‘Using books and stories to enhance SMSC Learning’ and gain all of the above. We are the leading experts on SMSC. Our SMSC Quality Mark is used across the country to validate outstanding SMSC in both state and private schools. Go-Givers, our SMSC resource is used in 1000s of schools, and both Victoria and Michelle are former teachers with
Our recent conference on the ‘Power of Storytelling’ had excellent feedback:
“Good knowledge of both books and the SMSC messages behind them”
“Resources very engaging and current”
“Trainer able to comment on what she’s used in class and how it supported the teaching of SMSC”
“Very thorough provoking training session”
This is an engaging conference where you will learn simple and practical skills to enhance SMSC learning in the classroom; share and discuss good practice
Come to our conference and rediscover the magic of stories and how to enhance SMSC learning.