• Enrichment presentations and workshops for school students in Years 7-13, given by Freddy Naftel, an experienced teacher and educator. Offering his personal family story related to The Holocaust and discuss contemporary anti-semitism through the use of images and accounts. Myths and stereotypes are also dispelled. He can offer individual sessions, halfdays and/or full days at a rate of - £50 per hour + travel expenses.

  • The Holocaust Educational Trust each year offer free half-day or full-day continuing professional development (CPD) workshops to primary and secondary teachers across the UK. These educational programmes are supported by a range of free guidance materials, lesson plans and resources. Bespoke teacher training workshops are delivered free of charge, and only ask organisations to cover travel (and where necessary accommodation) for an Education Officer to come out from London.

  • A researcher from the University of Warwick is conducting research on the implementation of PREVENT in schools in Birmingham. The researcher is looking for teachers and head teachers to particpate in the research project. If you are interested please see the attached file for further information.



  • F&BF (formerly 3FF) are delighted to be able provide schools in the Birmingham area with the opportunity to join our renowned School Linking Programme!

    F&BF (Faith & Belief Forum) is a charity that builds good relations between people of different faiths, beliefs, and cultures. Last year we worked with 23 schools in Birmingham on our School Linking programme and would like to invite your school to join us for the 2018 – 2019 academic year.

  • 'All of Us Campaign' are delighted to inform you that they now have a trained facilitator based in Birmingham, available to service schools in Birmingham and surrounding areas. The campaign is offering a number of free charity workshops  - SMSC, RE, PHSE, Fundemental British Values. There is limited availability so early bookings advised.

    Please refer to the attached file for further information on the programme, available workshops and curriculum links or visit

  • From 2 May 2018, the new name of 3FF is The Faith & Belief Forum and has an updated look and identity. Some further information about the change is below but you can find out more about this new chapter in their history on the new website:

  • 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. 

  • 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: