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School Speakers

We have trained and experienced volunteers in England and Wales that can help you and your school. Below are just some of the ways they can contribute.

  • Talk about Humanism and take part in a Q&A at an assembly or in the classroom
  • Share their personal experiences, beliefs and values
  • Give a humanist perspective on contemporary debate (eg. assisted dying, wealth and poverty, animal rights)
  • Contribute to a specialist day (i.e. ‘collapsed’ or ‘off timetable’ day) in school for a whole-year group
  • Provide remote support to pupils when researching a particular topic, project, or investigation
  • Take part in a multi-faith panel dialogue exploring different viewpoints
  • Work directly with you by providing specialist information or material

Humanism for Schools

Humanism is a non-religious approach to life, which the 2013 national framework for RE in England recommends be studied in schools as an example of a 'non-religious worldview'.

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London EC1V 8BB
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