To equip more learners with the skills and tools they need to handle and influence relations between different faiths and beliefsRead more
A “face value” judgment can give us clues about who someone is – but how can we go beyond these initial impressions and really understand someone else?
This workshop begins with a chance to reflect on the students’ own identities and therefore those of others. Then, using a “video encounter” with Hindu presenter Suchitra, we will identify and practise key practical skills for empathising and building positive relations with different people. These include active listening, observing, comparing, and summarizing points of view that may not be our own.
This is a companion workshop to “The Art of Asking”
Suitable for: Year 7-13
Student number: 12-30
Materials required: Computer, projector and speakers
Session length: 50-70 mins (ideally 60)
The value of delivery of each day of F&BF workshops is £600. However, our funding allows us to offer discounts and grants to schools in London and West Midlands.
We allocate our grants on a first-come-first-served basis to any school:
In London and West Midlands these grants allow us to deliver up to six workshops per term at a school without any cost other than a small admin fee (£50 per delivery day).
For schools outside of London and West Midlands we have a limited number of similar grants plus additional travel costs for the necessary F&BF team members from London or West Midlands.
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