Winston Churchill Memorial Trust

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Do you work in education? Would you like to visit other countries to see for yourself how their education systems work? Are you in a position to disseminate the new knowledge and examples of best practice that you will observe, for the wider benefit of your community and the UK? 

If the answer is 'yes' then a Churchill Fellowship would give you the opportunity to learn and give back.  

Check your eligibility below and register to receive an alert in May 2015, when applications reopen. The details of this category will be confirmed in May.

Use the links to the right to read previous Fellows' reports and blogs and read more on our Fellows' Reports page.

Check list

1 Who can apply?

Make sure that you are eligible to make an application.

2 Timetable

All application interviews are held in January & February in London. Confirmed dates will be posted on the Timetable page. 

3 Register

Previous Fellowships

Reports in PDF   


Reading between the lines: improving the UK's critical literacy education 

An exploration of provision for students with autistic spectrum disorders

Teaching technology outdoors: support for primary school teachers

Evaluating 'school spirit' in leading US boys' schools

Best practice in Science demonstration performance

Promoting science teaching through polar science

Restorative practises within the Australian education system 

Analysing the impacts of the 'Productive Pedagogies' strategy in Queensland & Norway

Developing support systems for new and young storytellers

Supporting school principals in Australia

Pedagogical methods for general excellence in singing

Storytelling as a pedagogical tool for improving reading and writing


Best practice in foreign language teaching for native English speakers

Analysing the impacts of the 'Productive Pedagogies' strategy in Queensland & Norway

Using creativity to engage school communities in environmental and marine conservation

Exploring the contribution of literary houses to effective English teaching