Scripture and Religious Education:
Teaching and Transformation
BBI-TAITE is proud to announce the fourth National Religious Education Symposium.
After a Covid hiatus we are excited to be hosting the symposium once again and to build on the success of earlier programs. It will be held in the heart of Darling Harbour, Sydney.
The place of scripture in Religious Education is of preeminent importance. This year’s symposium will examine the use of scripture through two lenses. Firstly, how can we better utilize scripture as a transformative agent in the classroom and amongst the wider school community. Secondly, how can we better teach scripture. With three renowned keynote speakers and a range of directed, interactive and engaging workshops with ample opportunities for informal networking our aim is to provide a rich and dialogic experience for those who attend
Archbishop Mark Coleridge
Archbishop of Brisbane
Prof Anne Graham
Founding Director of the Centre for Children and Young People
Dr Patricia Kieran
Lecturer, University of London
|Date:||Thursday 16 to Friday 17 June 2022|
|Time:||9:00-4:00pm on Day 1; 9:00-4:00pm on Day 2|
|Venue:||Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre (ICC)|
|Address:||14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000 (view venue details)|
|Catering:||Fee includes lunch, morning and afternoon tea over two days.|
|Cancellation:||Click here to view the Event Cancellation Policy|
There will be a dinner available on Thursday evening (16 June) at the ICC, this allows you to network and catch up with participants attending the symposium. Further details to come!
Who should attend
The symposium is designed for staff working in a variety of roles across the Catholic Education sector including:
- Assistant Principals (Religious Education)
- Mission & Identity Leaders
- Heads of Religious Education