Under the banner "Understanding Humanism", Humanists UK provides an extensive range of resources for teachers, as well as fully trained school speakers they can call on. See Understanding Humanism for details.
The purpose of the programme is to help RE teachers cover the part of the RE curriculum on non- religious world views and philosophies of
life, and in particular, Humanism. This is in line with the “Curriculum Framework for
Religious Education in England 2013”, issued by the RE Council of England &
Wales, which recommends that
Humanism should be studied in schools as an example of a “non-religious
worldview”, and the syllabus specified by a number of local SACREs  – such as
Richmond’s - for community schools .
As reflected in our Code of Practice, the aim is not to proseletise, or denigrate the existing beliefs
of children or their parents, but to help schools teach children about Humanism
in the context of our plural society.
Our group is participating strongly in this scheme. In response to requests received through the Humanists UK request process, trained local speakers have visited many local schools, both secondary and primary. These visits have taken the form of
lessons coordinated with the RE teacher, panel discussions alongside people
from other belief backgrounds, or speaking at school assemblies.
If you would like a humanist speaker to visit
your school, please follow this link or contact us directly if you would like to know more.
If you are a teacher, school governor or non-religious parent and feel that your
school would benefit from a visit from a humanist speaker, then please let them
know about our service. We can provide a template letter for use by parents.
co-ordinates this work for our group. Do get in touch with him at email@example.com if you
would like more information.
 A SACRE is a Standing Advisory Committee for Religious Education. Every Local Authority is required to have such a body, to advise the LA on its RE curriculum, and other matters to do with religious education