Awards

Rest assured of the quality, innovation and development of our courses - and don't just take our word for it. The School of Homeopathy has won Teaching Innovation Award, Teaching Development or Student  Awards every year since 2014. Each year the Society of Homeopaths presents a variety of awards to educators, homeopaths and others who have made a significant contribution to the profession.

 

Mani Norland, principal, says "It is a great honour to win awards in both categories and it clearly demonstrates the dedication of the faculty and the constant development of our course and supporting tools. I also hope that winning the Awards helps to give new students that do not know the School well confidence in our material and courses."

Teacher development award

Teaching Development Award
Teacher Development Award for the quality and evolution of the course. Frameworks, activities, systems, benchmarks, communications, curriculum that support quality teaching; and learning and the inclusion of staff and/or student voice.

 

Student achievement award

Student Achievement Award
A Student Achievement Award for managing to balance a challenging journey whilst maintaining standards

 

Teacher Development Award

Teaching Development Award
Teacher Development Award for developments to our Online Learning System for attendance and distance learning students and teachers.

 

Teacher Innovation Award

Teaching Innovation Award
This award was given for outstanding tutor support on the home study programmes.

 

My study at the School of Homeopathy was the most precious years of learning I have ever received as a student

Polly, Graduate
85 percent of trials are positive for homeopathy<br> <br>To date, 142 Randomised Controlled Trials (considered the ‘gold standard’ for evidence in conventional medicine) on homeopathy have been published in good quality scientific journals: 74 were statistically strong enough to be able to draw firm conclusions; of those, 63 or 85 demonstrated that homeopathy was more effective than placebo.
85 percent of trials are positive for homeopathy

To date, 142 Randomised Controlled Trials (considered the ‘gold standard’ for evidence in conventional medicine) on homeopathy have been published in good quality scientific journals: 74 were statistically strong enough to be able to draw firm conclusions; of those, 63 or 85 demonstrated that homeopathy was more effective than placebo.

British Homeopathic Association, Mathie, R. The Research Evidence Base for Homeopathy, 2009.