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 good 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.
Register to receive an alert when applications open in May 2016, for travel in 2017.
We have two Education partnerships:
Education Futures. We are keen to hear from you if you are involved in primary or secondary teaching and related policy and research with projects that aim to contribute, within the UK, to a futures-driven educational agenda, ensuring young people are prepared for a successful future within the context of a rapidly changing, increasingly complex and connected world. Project foci could include pedagogical practice, partnerships for learning, the use of digital technology, models of schooling, approaches to teacher professional development and / or learning about effective system level change.
Aspiring Head Teachers with the Farmington Institute. Giving you, as a future head, the opportunity to undertake research on education values and standards, familiarise yourself with educational developments and improve your leadership skills prior to taking up a headship in the near or middle future. Fellows within this category will also become Farmington Fellows and the Farmington Trust will contribute to the costs of a replacement teacher, should travel take place during UK term time.