Posted by Stephen Kinsella 55 days ago
The Anglican Education Commission, currently operating as Anglican EdComm, was established in 2006 for the purpose of promoting Christian education “by working alongside teachers, facilitating their growth in each stage of their vocation so that Christ is honoured as Lord and Saviour in every school.”
Posted by Gail Staples 4 months ago
Has the art of respectfully discussing ideas been lost? This question was raised in the article Disagreeing Well, written by Stephen Kinsella, that discussed four foundational attitudes: the first three - listen well, maintain an open mind, and respect the person – apply to schools in general; the fourth - give reason for the hope you have – has particular application for discussion about the Christian faith.
Posted by Gail Staples 6 months ago
This article is part one of a two-part series.
Posted 3 years ago
As children begin their school years, how will they engage with and understand the Christian ethos and foundation of their school? At Meriden, the Kindergarten team of three teachers together...
Posted by Gillian Davis 3 years ago
The 11th Isaac Armitage Lecture was delivered by Professor David Smith, Professor of Education and German, Calvin College, Michigan, USA on 16 July, 2015 at Shore.
Posted 4 years ago
This July, Anglican EdComm will partner again with St Andrew’s Cathedral School to introduce Dr Elizabeth Green, formerly of Liverpool Hope University in the UK and now Director of Cardus...