RMPS has so many possibilities and can lead on to so many different possible career paths. This series is going to demonstrate the many paths that RMPS can take you on and the wide variety of occupations and career paths that it can help equip you for. Firstly we will start with Mrs Whyte, the … Continue reading Where Can RMPS Take You? – Mrs Whyte, RMPS Teacher #WHYRMPS
March 8th marks International Women's Day. A Day to Celebrate females all around the world as well as raise awareness for inequalities that women face. What is it? International Womens DAy (IWD) started when in 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter working hours, better pay and the right to vote. It … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2018- Lesson Ideas
Our S2 Pupils are currently completing Inspiring Purpose and looking at inspiring people and characters. They need to chose a character that inspires them and a inspirational person. To help them along here are a few lists of inspiring people. Who would you add to the list? 34 Empowering Female Characters Guaranteed To Inspire You … Continue reading Inspirational Characters and People
This is a great website created by the Humanist Society of Scotland to understand Humanist views on things. https://www.humanism.scot/what-we-do/education/education-resources/ It includes What is Humanism? PDF Bioethics PDF The Origin of Religion PDF Humanist Responses to Various Moral Issues - Great for assignments or assessments where you need a non religious viewpoint! https://www.humanism.scot/what-we-do/previous-campaigns/the-h-factor/ Responses to … Continue reading Understanding Humanism Resources
I love this time of year! Starting the Inspiring Purpose project with S2s. Formerly Inspire Aspire, this is a project that looks at developing pupils character, their inspirations and ambition. It is a project run all across the Commonwealth, if you haven't heard of it you can read more about it here! I will document … Continue reading Character Education – Inspiring Purpose – What is Character?
There is no one singular answer to this question. People make decisions in a variety of different ways, people may not even know the process that they go through to make decisions. Some religious people may look to their own holy books or teachings for guidance. But what about non religious people? Where do they … Continue reading How do Non- Religious people make decisions?
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Here are some useful pages for help with looking at charities. If you are completing the course on charities and researching. OSCR OSCR is the organisation that all charities must register with. On their website you can search the local area to see what charities there is and further information about the charities. Here are … Continue reading Charities – Additional Resources
As a teacher now two days are the same. Some days are good, pupils seem to all complete tasks well but you don't think you were particularly engaging, some days you feel so grumpy for no apparent reason and you seem to take it out on your class and other days you have days that … Continue reading Changing the World… One Lesson at a Time
As a former student of Stirling University and someone who is desperate to return in the future to complete more studies in Religion. I was devestated to hear the news on Friday night of the threat to close Stirling Uni. A few of my National 5 pupils have said to me they want to study … Continue reading My Thoughts on the threats to Stirling University Religion Department