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Commission on Religious Education urges subject overhaul

September 22, 2017
Commission on Religious Education urges subject overhaul

The Commission on Religious Education - a prestigious and independent review into the teaching of Religious Education in English schools - has recommended that pupils at all state funded schools should be entitled to learn about a range of religious and non-religious.

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Legal threat to transgender inclusivity

September 15, 2017
Legal threat to transgender inclusivity

A couple have announced they are to take legal action against a Church of England primary school's approach to transgendered bullying.

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Parliament’s Social Integration Group urge more mixing in schools

September 8, 2017
Parliament’s Social Integration Group urge more mixing in schools

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Social Integration has stressed the important contribution religious and ethnic mixing in schools makes towards boosting mutual understanding and trust in society.

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Accord urges Government to extend – not abolish – faith discrimination limit

September 1, 2017
Accord urges Government to extend – not abolish – faith discrimination limit

Accord's Chair, Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain, has written in today's Times urging the Government to maintain and extend the current limit that prevents faith free schools from not selecting more than half of their pupils by faith.

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700 pupils  excluded for sexual misconduct in four years

August 24, 2017
700 pupils  excluded for sexual misconduct in four years

New findings reveal 754 school pupils have been expelled or temporarily excluded from state funded schools in England in the last 4 years on the grounds of sexual misconduct.

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