Christians In Education and Black History Month

Christians In Education and Black History Month

For today’s Christians in Education podcast Tim Hobbs spoke to Liz Mitchell about her experiences as a Christian in Education and the importance of teaching black history. Liz spoke about how she became a teacher, the importance of learning about black history...
Poets, Prophets and Protestors: The shape of things to come?

Poets, Prophets and Protestors: The shape of things to come?

For the 2019 Hook lecture, we were delighted to be joined by Canon Mark Oakley is Dean of St John’s College, Cambridge, who spoke on the topic of ‘Poets, Prophets & Protestors: The shape of things to come? Mark is an acclaimed speaker and writer on various issues...
Speaking to organisations at the Seeking Refuge open day

Speaking to organisations at the Seeking Refuge open day

In May of this year, the Leeds Church Institute hosted an open day for those seeking refuge, covering refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. As part of the day, there were workshops for volunteers and activists, as well as those with lived experience of seeking refuge...
The Leeds Ofrenda visits Shire Oak Primary School (podcast)

The Leeds Ofrenda visits Shire Oak Primary School (podcast)

In today’s podcast we hear from Jane Astrid Devane, Headteacher at Shire Oak Church of England Primary School in Headingley. As part of their multicultural arts and faiths week, they invited the Leeds Ofrenda to be at their school for the week to explore Mexican...
Chaplaincy work and inclusivity with Kay Brown (podcast)

Chaplaincy work and inclusivity with Kay Brown (podcast)

For today’s Christians In Education podcast, we spoke to Kay Brown, Chaplain at Abbey Grange Church of England Academy, about her work and how the importance of inclusivity with a special focus on LGBTQ+ pupils. The Christians in Education podcasts aim to...