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  • Leadership Research Scholarships are now being offered by the Church of England in partnership with the Farmington Institute. 

    Applicants should be serving Head Teachers or Deputy Heads (in a MAT or in a school/academy) and may come from Church schools, community schools, multi-academy trusts, or from the independent sector. Further information on Applications and Subjects to study are all on the enclosed leaflet.

  • Culham St Gabriels have released two new web sites that may be of interest for teachers and others involved in all things RE. 

  • The University of Birmingham is holding a public lecture on Thursday 25th January 2018 (16:30-18:00). The speaker is Professor Alastair Hamilton who will be delivering a lecture on Forbidden Fruit: Translating the Qur'an in early modern Europe. 

  • Applications for the 2018/19 Farmington Scholarships are now open. These are Scholarships available to teachers of religious education and associated subjects in UK secondary, primary, and special needs schools. Head teachers who wish to undertake research into either religious education or values education are also eligible to apply.

  • The Citizenship Foundation has worked with experts in the field to create an SMSC self-review tool that will better equip schools to implement their vision for SMSC and lay out the basis by which they review provision of their pupils’ SMSC development.

    Review your delivery of SMSC and judge your school against our standards by following the link below:

  • The new resources linked to the 2018 theme are now available online including our Postcard Project, new life stories, lesson plans for KS2-KS5, songs for events and general activities. Free activity packs are now available to order online: http://hmd.org.uk/activitypack  For further information please see the attached.

  • The University of Birmingham has just become part of a fabulous scheme for RE: an MA called 3ForRE run by Culham St Gabriel’s. For further information please see the attached file which has further links to information about the scheme.

  • 3FF is a leading British Interfaith Charity that has been committed to building good relations between people of different faiths, beliefs and cultures for the last 20 years. Currently we reach over 12,000 young people a year with our award winning Workshops.

  • From September 2017, 3FF is delighted to be able provide schools in the Birmingham area with the opportunity to join our renowned School Linking Programme!

    3FF (Three Faiths Forum) is a charity that builds good relations between people of different faiths, beliefs, and cultures. Currently we work with over 50 schools in and around London involved in our School Linking programme and would like to invite your school to join us for the 2017 – 2018 academic year.

  • Every Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education must be reviewed every five years. Birmingham has convened its Agreed Syllabus Conference to discuss the current syllabus. Watch this space!

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