Farmington Scholarships 2024/2025

For all Phases, including special open to Headteachers, Secondary and Primary School Teachers, and Teachers of RE to children with Special Educational Needs

The aim of the Farmington Institute is to support and encourage headteachers working in values and standards and teachers of Religious Education in schools. The Institute awards Scholarships to UK based headteachers and teachers of Religious Education and associated subjects.

What type of Scholarships are available?

Scholarships are divided into two types: university-based and school/home-based. Teachers who live within a reasonable distance of one of the selected universities or colleges may be awarded a university-based Scholarship if they wish to apply for one.

University-based Scholarships may be taken in the form of day release for up to 30 days, with the Scholarships being taken within university terms. The academic facilities of the universities/colleges are available for University-based Scholars.

Teachers awarded school/home-based Scholarships will be assigned a Farmington Tutor. The Scholarship may be taken in the form of day release, for instance one day a week over a term or over the year, or for continuous periods up to a maximum of 30 days, depending on the operational needs of the school.

Lucy Nutt

Head of School and Early Years Improvement