Partnerships

Culham St Gabriel’s Trust partners with a number of organisations and other funders to help fulfil its vision, mission and objectives.

Religion and Worldview (RE) Partner Organisations

The Trust partners with organisations who work with teachers, governors, parents, policy makers and religion/worldview communities to bring about positive change. We partner with these organisations in different ways. This may be through strategic funding awards, grants, attendance at steering group or executive meetings and through ongoing support and advice.

These include:

The Religious Education Council of England and Wales

The National Association of Teachers of RE (NATRE)

The Association of RE Inspectors, Advisers and Consultants (AREIAC)

The Association of University Lecturers in RE (AULRE)

The National Association of Standing Advisory Councils on RE (NASACRE)

Theology and Religious Studies UK (TRS-UK)

Learn, Teach, Lead RE

The RE Quality Mark

The Church of England Education Office and Foundation for Educational Leadership

Other Partner Organisations aligned with our vision, mission and objectives

The Trust partners with organisations who work beyond the specific religion and worldviews community. This include those that are not specifically located within the sphere of education but who are interested in bringing about positive change in the public perception of an education in religion and worldviews. We partner with these organisations in different ways. This may be through strategic funding awards, grants, attendance at steering group or advisory boards and through ongoing support and advice.

The Faith and Belief Forum

Religion Media Centre

Inform

Funding Partners

The Trust collaborates with other funders who have a similar vision for a broad-based, critical and reflective education in religion and worldviews.

We work closely with a range of other funders, including the Association of Church College Trusts. At the current time we are partnering with The Jerusalem Trust, Templeton World Charity Foundation, the St Peter Saltley Trust and Hockerill Educational Foundation on a range of short, medium and long-term projects and programmes.