Church Schools & Academies

Religious Education Conference 2015

This year's annual Religious Education Conference takes place in London on Thursday 25th June 2015 at the Hallam Conference Centre near Oxford Circus. 

You can see the conference flier here.

Following the Church's review of the provision of RE in Church of England Schools (Making a Difference?:A Review of Religious Education in Church of England Schools) we welcome subject leaders from both primary and secondary schools.  The focus of the conference is on improving standards of teaching and learning in RE.

To book a place please fill in this booking form and return to jemma.adams@churchofengland.org.

Church of England schools in numbers

  • Approximately 1 million children attend CofE schools
  • About 15 million people alive today went to one
  • 4,500 (25%) of all primary and middle schools are CofE
  • 220 (6%) secondary schools are CofE
  • With more than 130 sponsored and 350 converter academies, the Church is the biggest sponsor of academies in England
  • Over 500 independent schools declare themselves to be CofE
  • Across the country, CofE clergy dedicate a million hours every year to working with children and young people in schools, often providing holiday and after-school activities.
  • There are 22,500 Foundation Governors in Church schools recruited, trained and supported by dioceses.
  • Each diocese runs a Diocesan Board of Education supporting Church schools, which represents an annual investment of over £15 million.

(Figures last updated September 2014)

Inclusive schools for the community

Church of England schools are established primarily for the communities they are located in. They are inclusive and serve equally those who are of the Christian faith, those of other faiths and those with no faith.

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Dioceses

The Church school system is managed and developed through the individual dioceses.  Each Diocese has a Diocesan Board of Education (DBE) which is served by a Diocesan Director of Education (DDE).  DBEs oversee local developments and support schools on a day to day basis.

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