for Education, Integration and Community.

Fellowship Educational Society is a South-England based registered charity which is working to enable and empower young people through their education.

for Education, Integration and Community.

Fellowship Educational Society is a South-England based registered charity which is working to enable and empower young people through their education.

Our Story

Fellowship Educational Society was established in 2006 by Turkish Speaking Businessman and Academics resident in Southern UK who are inspired by the teachings of Muslim scholar and peace advocate Fethullah Gülen.

Fellowship Educational Society aims to encourage the social integration of the Turkish-speaking community within the society they live in; improve their educational performance and help them gain valuable skills and qualifications that will appeal to employers.

Fellowship Activities

Weekend School

Saturdays (10am – 3pm), Reading, Berks.

Supplementary schools across the Southern UK providing high-level tuition in literacy and numeracy with strong parental involvement. Our branches offer after-school lessons designed to help children with English and Maths.

Dialogue Events

During the year, please follow the blog.

For the benefit of the public to advance and promote inter- cultural, inter- faith and inter- communal dialogue, understanding and appreciation in the UK.

Leisure Activities

During the year, please follow the blog.

Picnics are great activities for Turkish speaking communities and British people. It created harmonies and cultural integration and understandings among them.

Recent News from the Society

Special Events

06 FEB 2018

Brexit Panel 5 with VC of Sussex University Prof. Adam Tickell

Prof. Tickell will talk about the Brexit and its effect on higher/further education. If you have any say, please join our discussion.

01 FEB 2018

The Dialogue Society Book Group – Meeting 19: Pearl of China,
by Anchee Min

The group should be enjoyable for anyone who enjoys a good book and likes discovering new ones.

Exclusive from the Society

Noah’s Pudding Week 2017 in Reading, Basingstoke and Brighton.

In remembrance of Prophet Noah and in thanksgiving to God, the people of Anatolia and other Muslims have, made it a custom to prepare this pudding on this day and share it with neighbours and friends.

Share the Goodness

Sharing food offers a way to reaffirm unity and the essential relationship of humans to one another, regardless of personal faith, background and culture. To continue this good tradition and expand the experience of sharing, love, peace and compassion, we too are offering you a sample of Prophet Noah’s homemade pudding.

Latest from the Blog

Meeting with Mayor of Reading during Interfaith Week 2017

It was a great pleasure to have Mayor of Reading Rose Williams in our Interfaith service. Very high and diverse attendance service and very crucial time to stand together against hatred and prejudice #Interfaithweek2017 You can follow her on Twitter from...

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A Special Thanks to Our Partners

Society welcomes you!

Fellowship Educational Society is a registered charity, number 1118431.

You can donate us to the bank account below:

Account Name: Fellowship Educational Society
Bank Name: Barclays
Sort Code: 20-05-00
Account Number: 60306991