Education

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Churches Playing a Vital Role in Snap Election

31st May 2017
Rachael Adams

Despite only having a mere few weeks to organise hustings, CARE’s dedicated election website has over 70 registered hustings events listed so far, and more being added by the day.

Government seeks to overhaul law on SRE

3rd Mar 2017
Chris Buttenshaw

On Wednesday, the Government announced that it will amend the Children and Social Work Bill to make changes to the law on sex and relationships education in England which will erode, and some ways undermine, the role of parents.  The amendment will b

Christian Charities write open letter asking Welsh Government to reject Out-Of-School Educational Settings Proposals

6th Jun 2016
Essie Mac Eyeson

Christian charities – CARE, Christian Concern, Evangelical Alliance, Evangelical Movement of Wales, Lawyers Christian Fellowship and The Christian Institute have written a joint statement urging the Welsh Government to rethink their out- of-school ed

Sex education will not be made compulsory

12th Feb 2016
James Mildred

The Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has resisted calls to make sex education compulsory in primary and secondary schools across England and Wales.

MPs criticise plans to inspect church activities

21st Jan 2016
James Mildred

MPs yesterday strongly criticised the government's plans to inspect non-school education settings. During a lively Westminster Hall debate, MPs labelled the plans 'unworkable' ', 'illegal', 'unlawful' and 'hopelessly broad'.

Britain must stop acting like a Christian country

7th Dec 2015
James Mildred

Britain must stop acting like a Christian country and accept a new religious settlement in light of its diminished Christian identity, according to a new report. 

Photo taken at Deep Impact event

Deep Impact 2015

21st Jan 2015
Stuart Weir

For the second year running we participated in Deep Impact, Scotland’s signature Christian youth and children’s work training weekend in Aviemore.

Scottish sexual health policy is flawed, says charity

25th Feb 2013
Public Affairs

PRESS RELEASE - In written evidence submitted to the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee enquiry into teenage pregnancy, the charity CARE for Scotland argue that the ideological underpinning of current sexual health policy is fundamental

CARE welcomes MPs’ call for English Baccalaureate rethink

28th Jul 2011
Public Affairs

PRESS RELEASE 28 July 2011 A report published today by Parliament’s Education Select Committee urges the Government to think again about the exclusion of subjects from the new English Baccalaureate (EBac) qualification.

A female school teacher sits with her class

Sex and Relationships Education Council Launched in Parliament this Week

20th May 2011
Ashley Boudville

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release 20 May 2011 Sex and Relationships Education Council Launched in Parliament this Week

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