Moral and Spiritual awareness in teaching This CPD session is designed to help you support pupils and create opportunities for moral and spiritual development in your lessons. What does spiritual and moral development mean?
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This CPD session is designed to help you support pupils and create opportunities for moral and spiritual development in your lessons.
What does spiritual and moral development mean?
‘Before I worked in this school, I thought spiritual and moral development just took place in RE lessons. Here it happens in all lessons. You can see the results in the very positive attitudes the students have towards each other’
You can develop spiritual and moral aspects in the whole curriculum. This could relate to technological, social, scientific and economic aspects of learning as well as the creative arts, languages, humanities and RE.
Write down examples of how you may explore spiritual and moral dimensions in your lessons.
You can use projects using media, assemblies which can be used to raise controversial and though-provoking issues. This could be through pupil voice, visitors, celebrations and access to media or ICT resources.
In relation to spiritual development you should think about these questions:
In relation to moral development you should think about these questions:
Principles of good practice development across the curriculum?