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Avanti Schools Trust are delighted to announce that Harrow Borough Council’s cabinet have approved plans for Avanti House Secondary School to be built on Whitchurch Playing Fields, Stanmore. This long awaited decision follows just days after the completion of a feasibility study by the Education Funding Agency (EFA) who announced earlier in the week that […]
The children at Bhaktivedanta Manor school seize the relatively quiet month of January as an opportunity to visit various local faith communities. They use this time to be shown around various places of worship, ask questions from other religious practitioners, and actively engage in understanding a little bit more of a faith other than their […]
While summer holidays have already begun in the US, schoolteachers all over the UK are still looking forward to their six-week break from July 24th to September 2nd, when they’ll get to take some time off from their rewarding yet busy jobs. Most, of course, only have one class to take care of. For ISKCON […]
Krishna Avanti, England’s first state-funded Hindu primary school, will kick off the next school year with a brand new sister school, and exciting future plans for more to join them. The project began in 2003 when the I-Foundation, an independent charity affiliated with ISKCON, spotted a glaring need for such a faith school. There were […]
The Krishna Avanti School opened its doors to the press for the first time on Friday 29th January. The School is the first Voluntary Aided Hindu faith school in Britain and is also the most eco-friendly. The School, in the London borough of Harrow also marks the country’s first vegetarian state school. It is an […]
You can make displays for the classroom, corridor, foyer or elsewhere. They are particularly useful for special projects/days or multicultural events. They are a creative activity for your pupils, and can be linked to a relevant scheme of work. They also help inform others about the work of the RE department, and stimulate interest in […]
This story is an example of one that can be effectively used to explore Hindu concepts, specifically the notions of the atman (true self), karma and reincarnation. The Sadhus Blessing (pdf download, 4mb)
Teaching about Hinduism can be a daunting task. Balancing accessibility with accurate representation can be especially demanding, considering the tradition’s diversity. But, as with all challenges, there is here an underlying opportunity. The tradition’s wealth of sights, sounds, smells and tastes provide fantastic material for exciting learning. More here
The transcendental vibration established by the chanting of Hare Krsna, Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare is the sublime method of reviving our Krsna consciousness. As living spiritual souls we are all originally Krsna conscious entities, but due to our association with matter from time immemorial, our […]
The world has changed significantly in the previous two decades. Lifestyle choices which were once the reserve of an elite few in society are now accepted as the norm. Indeed, for any society to advance new practices and ideals need to be both studied and subsequently embraced. The practice of yoga was first disclosed in […]
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By the mercy of Srila Prabhupada and Lord Caitanya, university preaching in the United Kingdom has reached spectacular new levels! From the start of this academic year, Krishna has allowed us to have 30 Krishna Consciousness Socieies (KC Socs) across the country, the largest number to date! KC Socs up and down the country run […]
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