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Kathryn Wright is responsible for leading the Teach:RE Courses and matters related to the recruitment of and continuing professional development of teachers of RE in all phases.
After teaching in East London secondary schools for a number of years, she became an RE adviser to the London Borough of Newham for four years before going freelance in 2005. As well as working as a consultant for Culham St Gabriel’s, she advises the Diocese of Norwich, and Diocese of St Albans. She is a co-opted member of the NATRE executive and am a representative for the Hockerill educational Foundation on the RE Council. Also a Section 48 inspector and an RE Quality Mark assessor. She has recently completed her PhD examining the purpose of RE and pedagogy in Church of England schools.
Her work for Culham St Gabriel’s Trust includes managing the four Teach:RE Courses which provide subject knowledge enhancement for those entering the profession, as well as professional development for those already teaching RE in primary and secondary phases. She also oversees the Beyond the Ordinary RE teacher recruitment campaign on behalf of the RE Council and contributes to wider thinking on leadership, research and professional development.
You can follow her on Twitter on @kathrynfenlodge