The Way Ahead: Church of England Schools in the New Millennium download epub
by Church Schools Review Group
Church schools wishing to convert must have the approval of the trustees - usually the Diocesan Board of Education. Main administrative and pastoral area in the Church of England – often roughly coincides with local county boundaries. There are 42 dioceses.
Church schools wishing to convert must have the approval of the trustees - usually the Diocesan Board of Education. There are 656 'converter' Church of England academies, 88 of which are secondary academies. There are also 14 open free schools, which are newly opened academies. There are over 200 independent schools designated as having a Church of England or Anglican character.
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The report provides a critique of Church Schools, argues for an increase in provision/numbers, especially at the secondary level, argues that Church Schools must be distinctively Christian institutions and calls for the vocation of teaching to be more explicitly recognised by the Church. The Way Ahead aims to show that Church schools stand at the centre of the ChurchÂ´s mission to the nation.
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The Church of England currently has 4,540 state primary schools, but just . And the church must find ways of recruiting teachers from ethnic minority groups.
The Church of England currently has 4,540 state primary schools, but just 204 secondaries - with some getting 160 applications for every 100 places. This report is a celebration of church schools in the new millennium, a unique gift from the church to the nation, places of hope and faith, where all people are valued and respected as individuals. The Bishop of Blackburn. At the heart of Lord Dearing's recommendations is the need to recruit Christian teachers to serve in Church of England schools. Singling out those individuals of leadership potential for church schools was paramount. Parental participation in Catholic schooling: a case of increasing conflict’, British Journal of Educational Studies, 42, 2, pp. 174-190. Trusteeship and the governance of Roman Catholic voluntary aided schools’, Law and Justice, 120/121, pp. 3-11. The Ebbing Tide: policy and principles of Catholic education, Leominster, Gracewing Fowler Wright. Arthur, J. and Bailey, R. (2000).
The Way Ahead: Church of England Schools in the New Millennium. Spiritual Development in Church Schools – A Survey of Welsh Head Teachers’ Perceptions
The Way Ahead: Church of England Schools in the New Millennium. London: Church House Publishing. Spiritual Development in Church Schools – A Survey of Welsh Head Teachers’ Perceptions. International Journal of Children’s Spirituality, 12(3), 307–324. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Deakin Crick, . & Jelfs, H. (2011). Spirituality, Learning and Personalisation: Exploring the Relationship Between Spiritual Development and Learning to Learn in a Faith-Based Secondary School.
Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: Church House Publishing (June 22, 2001)
Pages: 112 pages