Hereford Diocese Board of Education

Hereford Diocese Board of Education

The Education Team support the 78 Church of England schools within the Diocese of Hereford. This pag

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 398 09/02/2024

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 398 Halfway Through Time On the western border of Breconshire on the road from Brecon to Llandovery, there is a place call Halfway. All being well, I hope to drive through it next week on my way to spend a few days in Pembrokeshire. I always think the name is interesting and, as it happens, it seems to....

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 397 02/02/2024

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 397 It’s OfSTED, I’m Afraid Inspection phone call have been coming in thick and fast this week. We’ve had two OFSTEDs and three SIAMs inspections triggered in one week.   OfSTED in particular messed up my diary and in the end, I failed to make the 05:30 train from Hereford to Paddington via Newpo...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 396 26/01/2024

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 396 Glacial Conversion Probably, one reflection from me in any given week is more than enough, so I will try to keep this one short.   The conversion of Paul aka Saul on the road to Damascus is a well-known account and it appeared in the liturgy yesterday. Saul was a non-believer. The light shone a con...

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 394 19/01/2024

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 394 We are currently preparing to share our announcement updating everyone on the new Diocesan Director of Education arrangements for Hereford Diocese.  Please look out for our special bulletin next week.

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 393 12/01/2024

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 393 Imposters and Tent Makers We all get a sense of imposter syndrome and 2024 will throw us challenges and situations where we feel we are just not worthy enough to cope with the task ahead of us. That growing doubt that someone, somewhere has made a terrible mistake in choosing us to do the challengin...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 392 15/12/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 392 Sit Down I’ve been drawn to today’s Bible reading all week. Matthew chapter 15 (vs 29 onwards), takes us to the edges of the Sea of Galilee where huge crowds have gathered to hear Jesus speak.   He evidently has a very busy day. He healed the sick, the lame, cured those who could not speak. He ...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 391 08/12/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 391 Turkeys, Emperor’s Clothes & Mary’s Dream I thought it might be helpful to have a few thoughts you can use in worship or concerts or whatever you need in the coming weeks, but I couldn’t ignore the sad news stories of recent days.   Benjamin Zephaniah was described yesterday when the news bro...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 390 01/12/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 390 What’s In A Name? Yesterday, was St Andrew’s Day and I read the reflection by Sally Rowland-Jones at our online training for governors. I’ve since been thinking about my name and where it came from. Some time spent with Google as well as the Gospel of John, has taught me some things about my n...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 389 24/11/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 389 The Heart and Lung Café I had an unusual meeting with a Chair of Governors on Thursday. Paul Owens is the Chair at John Fletcher of Madeley Primary in the north of the diocese, quite close to Telford. We have been trying to get a date in the diary for a while, without much success. Thursday was a p...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 388 17/11/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 388 An Advent Gift to Yourself This week, I ordered my new copy of ‘Reflections for Daily Prayer’, published by Church House Publishing, from Amazon (also available from other booksellers, including the Cathedral shop). It cost me £15.55 and it arrived the day after I ordered it (which I still find...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 387 10/11/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 387 Impossible? Difficult? Done Archdeacon Fiona, in her sermon at the Bishop’s Staff Eucharist this week used a very powerful quotation that I had not heard before from someone called James Hudson Taylor. He said,  “There are three stages to every great work of God; first it is impossible, then it...

Resend: Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 386 27/10/2023

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Resend: Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 386 Five Loaves, Two Fish Fingers and the Ark On 6th October, we thought about Harvest though the lens of the sheaves of wheat I had seen at Bitterley CE Primary School, just outside Ludlow. I’d like to take you back to Bitterley this week too.   Exactly a week ago, storm Babette was flooding half of...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 386 27/10/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 386 Five loves, two Fish Fingers and the Ark On 6th October, we thought about Harvest though the lens of the sheaves of wheat I had seen at Bitterley CE Primary School, just outside Ludlow. I’d like to take you back to Bitterley this week too.   Exactly a week ago, storm Babette was flooding half of ...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 385 20/10/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 385 From a House in Hertfordshire to the Holy Land In the early nineties, I was studying for a psychology degree in Hatfield, Hertfordshire. For my second and third years, I lived in a student house with 4 other students, a few miles from the university. One of my housemates, James, lived with me for tw...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 384 13/10/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 384 Teachers, The Next Generation  Given the horrifying events in the news this week, I feel drawn to messages of hope. Sometimes in the darkest moments, the light of hope can be easiest to see.   Schools are wonderful places to find hope, even when things aren’t easy. There is so much to love about...

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 383 06/10/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 383 Three Sheaves of Wheat On the way back from the gathering of the Bishop’s Staff in Malvern this week, I counted 12 tractors on the road to Leominster. Harvest time has reached its crescendo in the Shire and many of our farmers and agricultural workers are burning the midnight oil and tractor fuel ...

Education: Should you become a school governor? 29/09/2023

How can you engage and support your local community? How about serving as a governor in your local school. The Church Times has an excellent article by Mike Simmonds exploring the role of school governors as a vocation. You can read it here:

Education: Should you become a school governor? Church schools need governors, so who should think about volunteering? Mike Simmonds considers

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 382 29/09/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 382 Angels and Digestive Biscuits In Acts chapter 12, we read about Peter’s escape from the murderous King Herod. He had been imprisoned, chained up and guarded by four squads of soldiers. Herod had received a positive reaction from the local population when James had been killed and his plan was to b...

Timeline photos 29/09/2023

Join us online in praying for the schools across our region from 12 p.m. today as part of the National Day of Prayer for Schools. Register for the Zoom prayer meeting here: https://buff.ly/3rteH5B

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 379 22/09/2023

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Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 379 Flourishing In the summer, the Church of England released a landmark publication, entitled: Our Hope for a Flourishing Schools System: Deeply Christian, Serving the Common Good.   In the forward, Bishop Paul Butler, lead Bishop for education writes:  ‘The Church of England’s Vision for Educati...

22/09/2023

Could you go back to school as a volunteer governor this year? We are working with Inspiring Governance to connect schools with volunteers to help us fill vacancies in our church schools.

For more information on local Foundation Governance roles, contact our Education Team or join an online information session on 27th September 2023, between 12.15-1.00pm, designed to inform and engage interested individuals. Please use the registration link to sign up for the session: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/7916902884405/WN_Z4e0wA2eReeeLUiBndqvaw

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 379 08/09/2023

Diocese of Hereford Education Update E-Bulletin 379 When the Nile Floods and the Concrete Crumbles In September 1995, I began my second year as a primary school teacher. I was at Wigmore Primary School and my classroom was a portacabin, located in between the primary and secondary school. Temporary educational accommodation until something more perma...

03/09/2023

As the new school year begins we pray that this year will be one of new beginnings and adventures for all. May God bless you all.

05/05/2023

An OutoftheBox Experience -12th May at 2pm by Zoom

Limited places - please email to book [email protected]

OutoftheBox uses story and play for personal and community wellbeing. The stories are used in a range of settings, including schools, care homes, workplaces, community groups, families, therapeutic settings, chaplaincy, spiritual accompaniment and faith communities.

This 60 minute online session will give you an experience OutoftheBox on cloth and on sand, with a taste of the different ways we can play with the story. For those who wish to stay on there will be an opportunity to ask questions about OutoftheBox and Membership and options for how to learn the art of OutoftheBox.

To find out more about OutoftheBox please visit https://www.outoftheboxtraining.org/ and watch this three minute film https://vimeo.com/787953893

17/04/2022

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