Our Educational Programme follows the Unitarian ethos that we are all free to explore our own beliefs and views on life. The values of respect, tolerance and compassion towards others are reflected in the activities we offer. The aim is to see young people relaxing, laughing and having fun together. Everybody’s thoughts and opinions join together helping to create a rich and inspiring atmosphere.
We have three main offerings:
This material comprises a set of video stories, together with an associated lesson plan for use in home or school setting. Coming soon.
Be More, Do More, Make a Difference
The Transformers Youth Programme is for children and young people who want to make a difference in the world. Here we shall provide an interactive experience for 5-10 year-olds that gives a taster of the Transformers programme.
The Transformers programme is based on that developed by Malvern Transformers.
Each ‘Ray’ in the programme (topic) lasts a term or half-term. For each session of each Ray, there is a lesson plan for a session and an associated magazine, The Starfish. Lesson plans will be made available in due course. The Starfish is published weekly during term-time and is available on this padlet site.
For a short interactive taster of some of the Rays visit Transformer Town.
Inspirational activity-based sessions in school for years 3-6
Transforming Lives is a cross-curricular programme about making a difference in a small, or big, way.
Searching for truth and meaning. Recognising the inherent worth and dignity of every person.
Striving for justice, equity and compassion in human relations. Accepting others and providing encouragement to spiritual growth.
Transforming the World
Working for peace. Caring for our world. Respecting the interdependent web of all existence.
This curriculum-linked course explores the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).