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The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop of Durham have urged the Government to extend free school meals as they highlight the “harrowing” number of families who could be destitute by Christmas.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will deliver a message of hope to school pupils across the country in the first assembly at Oak National Academy, it was announced today.
The Church of England’s lead bishop for Further and Higher Education has welcomed the recent publication of a White Paper which aims to revolutionise post-16 education.
On Friday, Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis will speak about humility to school pupils across the country in a collective worship session for Oak National Academy, an online classroom set up in response to the Coronavirus pandemic offering lessons for primary and secondary school students. To date, over two million children have accessed eight million lessons.
The Church of England has made two new senior appointments within its National Education Team to lead the new framework for Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) which comes into effect from September 2021.
The Church of England has launched a new Vision for Higher Education, calling for a humane education, inspired by the key values of wisdom, community, virtue and the common good.
The Church of England has published a Charter and resources to support schools in delivering Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE).
Worship in schools should be “inclusive, invitational and inspiring” according to the Church of England’s new guidance for collective worship.
The Department for Education has announced that a partnership between The Church of England and the Catholic Church will provide part of the Government’s reformed National Professional Qualification training for teachers from September 2021.
New legislation governing Diocesan Boards of Education (DBEs), which oversee and support Church of England schools, has received final approval from General Synod.