Training

Understanding Humanism RE Teachers Conference

Tuesday 11th July 2017, 10:00 – 16:30

Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL

The British Humanist Association and Conway Hall are putting on a FREE RE Teachers Conference for primary and secondary RE teachers, subject leaders, and headteachers. The day will offer a series of stimulating seminars and workshops, designed to enhance your subject knowledge of Humanism (a non-religious worldview) and support you with ideas for teaching about Humanism in the classroom.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Professor Richard Norman, Emeritus Professor of Moral Philosophy, University of Kent, and author of On Humanism
  • Alan Brine, Ofsted’s National Adviser for RE from 2007-15
  • Imtiaz Shams & Aliyah Salem, Co-founders of Faith to Faithless
  • Luke Donnellan, Head of Education, British Humanist Association
  • Plus more

Register your place here.

For further information please email education@humanism.org.uk.

 

Teacher Training

We deliver free teacher training and CPD about Humanism across the UK at national teacher conferences, through initial teacher training (ITT) providers, and at local authority training days.

We can also fit in with your school’s training needs through:

  • Inset days
  • Twilight sessions
  • Local authority / SACRE training days
  • Local teacher conferences and CPD

We are happy to work with teachers from one school or across a number of schools.

If you would like to book free teacher training to help with subject knowledge, resources, or teaching practice connected with Humanism, then please contact us on education@humanism.org.uk.

 

Subject knowledge

For more information about Humanism click here.

The British Humanist Association has a wealth of further information about Humanism on its website. You can also download the BHA’s free Short Course on Humanism eBook.

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