Regional Meetings

We are pleased to present a series of TISCA regional meetings in 2020-2021. 

Wed 20 January 2021 Regional Meeting (South) at Castle Court
Thurs 21 January 2021 Regional Meeting (South West) at King’s Bruton
Thurs 22 April 2021 Regional Meeting (South East) Canterbury School
Friday 30 April 2021 Regional Meeting (North) Durham School
Mon 3 May 2021 Regional Meeting (Scotland) Edinburgh (venue TBC)
Tues 4 May 2021 Regional Meeting (Scotland) Glasgow (venue TBC)

We have had to postpone our Eastern regional meeting until 2021. Date to be confirmed.

The programme for the evening will be as follows:

  • 6.00 pm       Arrival and drinks
  • 6.25pm        Welcome and Introduction
  • 6.30 pm       Talk, followed by questions and discussion
  • 7.45 pm        Dinner
  • c.9.00 pm    Departure

We are very grateful to all the schools below for inviting us to hold these evenings.

Each evening promises to be stimulating and enjoyable, as well as being a good opportunity to meet together informally with others of like mind. Please come if you can. All staff (academic and non-academic) as well as Governors are most welcome.

The charge for the evening will be £12 per head (to include the cost of dinner and drinks) (free to members of the hosting school). Payment can be made in advance or on the evening. Please fill in the form and return it to the TISCA office, or else e-mail us on

To book in for this regional meetings, please do download our booking form. Information can also be gained from emailing

TISCA HEADS Meeting 2020

There will be a meeting for TISCA Heads on Thursday 5 November 2020. For more details do email

TISCA Annual Conference 2021 

Our annual conference will be held on Tuesday 15 June 2021 at The Emmanuel Centre, 9-23 Marsham Street-London-SW1P 3DW from 10am until 4pm. 

Our title for this conference will be:

‘Audacious Hope – Christian hope in an anxious world – practical encouragement for schools today’

Speakers include Andy Wolfe (Church of England), Anthony Spencer (Mill Hill), Revd Lindsay Collins (King’s School Canterbury) and Dr Simon Walker (STEER). 

For bookings and further information an Eventbrite will be set up shortly.


We are running our Prefects Training events again for Senior Leadership (usually Yrs 11-13) and Junior Prefects (usually Yrs 6-8) in September 2020. We will run this training online this year.  Do see our blog for more information. 

Downloads –  Senior Leadership Training brochure 

TISCA Chaplains’ Conference 2020

Every 18 months we hold a 3 day Chaplains’ Retreat conference and our next residential will be from Monday 12th until Wednesday 14th October 2020 at the Elim Conference Centre, West Malvern. For further details and to book do complete our booking form.


19 November 2020 and 4 March 2021.


5 November 2020 and 28 Jan 2021.

other events (non-TISCA)

Christian Values and Education in a Rapidly Changing Culture

CCFE, under the leadership of Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, would love to welcome you to our annual national day conference in Birmingham, entitled, ‘Christian Values and Education in a Rapidly Changing Culture’. This is planned for Saturday 17th October.

This sponsored event is organised by a wide range of Christian organisations and representatives from education settings around the country. The aim of the conference is to equip Christians for influencing a variety of educational settings, by discussing the most relevant issues and hearing from both practitioners and thinkers. We are able to provide this event at a subsidised rate of £20, due to the generosity of those associated with CCFE, even during this challenging time.

Our keynote speakers include Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, President of the Oxford Centre for Training Research and Advocacy and Former Bishop of Rochester, and Peter Mitchell, who worked as Education Policy Officer for the Evangelical Alliance. We will also hear from Ron Skelton who is Head at Broadway Academy, a school in a very multicultural area of Birmingham. In addition to keynote speakers, there will be seminars with leading and highly experienced practitioners. We also hope to have public figures from the local area contributing.

Please do book in through our Eventbrite page:

If you have any questions, please do reply to this e-mail or call 0203 327 1139 and ask to speak to Emily Bourne.

Note: This event will go ahead using a Zoom format should government restrictions on movement be in place.