The hype in recent media articles regarding state funded faith based schools has caused many debates and discussions on the topic, to the extent that there have been protests about the opening of two Roman Catholic schools in West London in 2013 (Morrison, 2014; Paton, 2014; Bingham, 2013; Smith, 2013). 224 more words
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Faith based schools are an important part of the suite of educational provision and as such should be funded by the state’. Discuss. By A Sadler
Faith schools currently make up around one third of all state-funded schools in England of which Church of England schools are the most common followed by Roman Catholic schools and with non-Christian schools such as Jewish, Muslim, Sikh and Hindu schools being very much in the minority (Long and Bolton, 2014). 153 more words
With the public, of all faiths and none, increasingly recognising the problems caused by faith schools, NSS president Terry Sanderson calls out politicians who complain about religious separatism on one hand while deliberately promoting it on the other. 449 more words
Today Paul took us to on a trip in order to give us an eye opening experience into the world of Islam as well as the practice of Islam in contemporary Britain. 398 more words
Faith Schools - the ridiculous passport to indoctrination and segregation - What if we introduced Political schools?
Just imagine if we were to segregate our schools on political grounds. If it was suggested that we had a Communist institute, A Fascist college, A Labour school, a Tory School, A Green School ……. 219 more words