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What Next
by Admin User - Monday, 16 October 2017, 12:46 PM

What Next?

If you have decided that you would like to look further into the training and cost of the Peace Prevails programme, here is some information that will help you.

Teachers Training

Each school will need to commit to at least 3 teachers completing the 6 weeks x 1hr per week, training programme.  This is because the Training Modules consist of blended learning, which includes discussions between the teachers and completing together templates such as Implementation Plans. There may also be discussions with teachers from other schools. If your school is a small school which is part of a cluster, then we can discuss this and agree how this might work for you.

Email Glenda Thornton with a request to

Cost 2017 only:

Special Offer for 2017 only: the online training version of this programme is new, therefore, we are able to offer the following reduced rates for 2017 only:

-minimum of 3 teachers per school @ £150 per teacher for the first 3, £90 per teacher for each teacher above this number.

These prices include:

  • full online support during the 6 weeks training period.
  • Lesson Plans and Resources for two programmes: 5-7 yrs and 8-11 yrs.
  • School Licence upon completion
  • Teachers Licences upon completion, for use in a Licensed school only.


Glenda Thornton

Tel: 01387 740800/642


The 'Peace Prevails' Programme is a programme of The World Peace Prayer Society, a Scottish Charity SC038773, based at their European Centre near Dumfries, Scotland.

The Society is a non-profit making, all- inclusive organisation, encompassing all religions and those who do not have a religion. As a non-governmental organisation (NGO), in association with the Department of Public Information of the United Nations, the Society works to support the U.N. in realising its mission of World Peace.

The purpose of the World Peace Prayer Society is to spread the message 'May Peace Prevail on Earth', to help achieve harmony within the individual, in society, with our environment and throughout the world, where 'peace' is seen as the highest aspiration of humanity.