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#FaithinPartnership

Three new reports on partnership working between faith and local government.

Author Archives: Charlie Gibson

About Charlie Gibson

Engagement Officer

Charlie was previously a Trainer for Creative English, where she trained and supports Hub volunteers across London, the North and the Midlands in their delivery of the Creative English course, as well as running her own group in Redbridge. Before she joined FaithAction, Charlie worked in a number of education and theatre-related roles. She has worked for the Theatre in Education company ACLE, delivering their play-based English courses to children across Italy. Before this, Charlie was a Learning Support Assistant in a PRU for primary-aged children in South Devon. She has also taught English as a Foreign Language, and spent two years working for the London and Manchester-based mentoring charity ReachOut, first as a volunteer mentor on a project in a Tower Hamlets primary school and then as a Project Leader.

Charlie is also a volunteer travel writer for the online travel publication Exploration Online. She enjoys yoga, knitting and anything remotely travel related. When she’s not working or writing, Charlie can be found enthusiastically planning her next adventure, knitting bobbly jumpers, attempting to master the Crow pose, or agonising over how to live a plastic-free life.

Creative English for Health – FaithAction Begins New Programme in Birmingham

FaithAction have recently been awarded funding by Birmingham City Council to deliver our community-based ESOL programme, Creative English, with places of worship, faith-based and community organisations within Birmingham. Designed through Dr Anne Smith’s PhD research into belonging, Creative English carries the tagline ‘laugh your way […]