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  • Sr Judith Russi
    Sr Judith Russi

    Sister Judith Russi SSMN has worked for many years in all fields of Catholic education, teaching, leadership, advisory, Section 48 inspection and teachers’ professional development.

    Sister Judith is the author of a variety of Catholic education books at primary, secondary and sixth-form levels. As a passionate national speaker and curriculum developer she continues to pioneer many innovative and challenging educational initiatives.

    Sister Judith is Director of EducareM and leads the Building the Kingdom Curriculum Programme across the UK.


Don Bosco House
Don Bosco House
Coventry Road, Coleshill, B46 3EA


Tue 14 Nov 2023


09:00 - 15:00

Building the Kingdom Level 1 (Day 2 of 4)

Focus: Catholic Life
For: SLT and class teachers responsible for designing the curriculum


Developing a radical 21st century curriculum in a Catholic School:  contextualising the National Curriculum within the beliefs and values of the Catholic tradition.

BTK focuses delegates on wider curriculum opportunities to reinforce SMSC and Catholic Social Teaching across a range of subject areas, thereby contextualising learning in line with the mission of a Catholic School.

Supports teachers and SLT to shape their curriculum design using the beliefs and values of our Catholic faith ensuring that the design, implementation and impact is evident to ensure your curriculum is distinctive.

Multiple Sessions:

This is a four day CPDF. All four sessions must be attended. Non-attendance at days will result in a charge.

  • [1] Wed 27 September 2023
  • [2] Tue 14 November 2023
  • [3] Thu 8 February 2024
  • [4] Tue 23 April 2024

Please note: If you have booked one of these dates, then we will automatically book you on the others. So you only need to submit one booking.

Director’s Note:

By popular demand we are running Building the Kingdom Level one again.

As Headteacher, I introduced BTK to our school, it was transformational to our curriculum and to the way we thought as a community. I wholeheartedly recommend this.