Schools Week (6/11/15) covered a story on P4 of this week’s paper by Sophie Scott. It’s worth reading it in full in the print edition (a seemingly edited version appears <here>), before reading the rest of my blog which addresses some of the information in the article. At the heart of the article, was a decision by the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales to collectively decide Catholic schools should study Judaism as their second religion at GCSE.
On a personal level, I found the tone somewhat inflammatory, but as a practising Catholic, I am used to dealing with criticism of the…
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