Building on the success of previous years, we will be holding another Understanding Humanism Teachers Conference.
The day will include stimulating seminars and workshops for primary and secondary RE teachers, subject leaders, and headteachers, and is designed to enhance your subject knowledge of humanism while providing you with ideas and tools to support your teaching about non-religious worldviews in the classroom.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact our Director of Understanding Humanism, Luke Donnellan, on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also visit Understanding Humanism for free resources to support your teaching about humanism.
25 Red Lion Square
Tuesday 9 July 2019
10:00 (Registration from 09:30)
We are delighted to be able to offer this CPD opportunity for FREE. However, we therefore request that you only register if you are sure you will be able to attend the conference, or cancel by emailing us if you later realise that you are no longer able to attend. That way we can ensure that we are able to ensure places for as many teachers as possible.
As a registered charity, we are only able to provide free education resources and teaching support through the generous donations of our members and supporters. If you or you school would like to make a donation towards our education work, you will be able to do so when you register.
I thought the day was superb! I will definitely be returning next year and hopefully bring more of my department!
Just wanted to thank you and your team for a fabulous conference yesterday. I've come away buzzing and full of inspiring ideas for our Humanism unit and cross-curricular spirituality, to name just 2 areas. I felt that the day ran like clockwork. Congratulations!
Emeritus Professor of Moral Philosophy
University of Kent
Author of On Humanism
Professor of Philosophy of Education
University of Birimingham
National RE Adviser
RE Today Services
Head of Religious Studies
King Edward VI College
NATRE Executive Committee member
The Philosophy Man
Director of Understanding Humanism
Head of Ceremonies
Director of Community Services
Director of Public Affairs and Policy
Faith to Faithless
Growth and Development Officer
Primary School Teacher
This event would not be possible without the support of Conway Hall Ethical Society.
About Conway Hall Ethical Society
Conway Hall is owned by Conway Hall Ethical Society and was first opened in 1929. The name was chosen in honour of Moncure Daniel Conway (1832–1907), anti-slavery advocate, outspoken supporter of free thought, and biographer of Thomas Paine.