Charity gives Churches £130,000 to supply computers to vulnerable children

Leading disaster relief agency Samaritan’s Purse have procured 130,000 worth of laptops and tablets to help meet the new and equally pressing needs of children learning in challenging circumstances.

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Committees to question Government on Black history in the curriculum

Two Committees will question Education Minister Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP on Black history and cultural diversity in the national curriculum, after hundreds of thousands of people signed petitions on this issue.

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Christian Resources Exhibition – New event dates announced

With a ban on large public gatherings in place for the foreseeable future, organisers of the Christian Resources Exhibition (CRE) South West have postponed the exhibition from June 2021 until early next year (Feb 23-24 2022).

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Freedom of Speech: Support Christian students like Julia

Students in the UK are being punished for holding certain values. Julia Rynkiewicz, a final year midwifery student, was forced to suspend her studies and faced a fitness to practise investigation over her involvement with a pro-life society.

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London School of Theology: Study what you love in 2021

Since its founding, London School of Theology has been dedicated to serving the church of Jesus Christ worldwide, through the education of individuals, equipping of local churches, and engagement in leading research.

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Landmark Government proposals to strengthen free speech at universities

Tougher legal measures to strengthen free speech and academic freedom at universities in England have been announced by the Education Secretary today (16 February), to stamp out unlawful ‘silencing’ on campuses.

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New Teaching School Hubs to be rolled out across the UK

Every school in the country will have greater access to expert teacher training and development, under plans announced by the Department for Education this week.

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Met Police launches new apprenticeship programme

This National Apprenticeship Week, the Met is calling on Londoners who are interested in a rewarding career – whilst working towards a fully funded degree – to apply to join us as a police constable. 

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UK Government announces boost for international study

New measures aimed at attracting more overseas students, boosting access to global student exchanges for thousands of people, and supporting international education partnerships have been announced by the Government.

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Does It Matter if Schools and Hospitals Remain ‘Christian’?

Even a deep Christian commitment to excellence and hard work can benefit from good contracts and incentives. But what if your doctor or teacher doesn’t have a deep Christian commitment? Are the contracts and incentives enough?

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