The Church of England’s new charter for Relationship, Sex and Health Education.

Dec 2, 2019 by

by Martin Davie: What is the new charter? Having recently produced a digital charter, the Church of England has now produced what it calls ‘A charter for faith sensitive and inclusive relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education (RSHE).’ [1] The background to this new charter is the fact that from September 2020, all primary schools will be required to teach both Relationships Education. and Health Education and that all secondary schools will be required...

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The Church of England’s Charter on relationships and sex education is a missed opportunity

Dec 1, 2019 by

by Andrea Williams, Christian Today: The Church of England has a God-given opportunity and responsibility to set the culture of its schools in line with the teaching of God found in the Bible. But instead, it consistently capitulates to the spirit of the age as, for example, expressed in statute by the Equality Act. Its new Charter for Relationships, Sex and Health Education fails to protect teachers, governors and children who wish to state and uphold the Church’s own teaching on...

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The Church of England appears to have lost all confidence in its own biblical teaching

Nov 30, 2019 by

by Will Jones, Christian Today: What are we to make of the Church of England’s new Charter for ‘faith-sensitive’ and ‘inclusive’ Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE)? It has been released in the midst of heated controversies over the teaching of gay relationships, transgenderism and masturbation to primary age children, with schools – and courts – refusing to bend to parent concerns. The Charter does not address these controversies directly....

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Response to the Church of England’s Charter for Relationships, Sex and Health Education

Nov 30, 2019 by

from Christian Concern: Responding to today’s publication of the Church of England’s Charter for Relationships, Sex and Health Education, Andrea Minichiello Williams (General Synod member and chief executive of Christian Concern) comments: “The Church of England has a God-given opportunity and responsibility to set the culture of its schools in line with the teaching of God found in the Bible. But instead, it consistently capitulates to the spirit of the age as, for example, expressed in...

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Church of England publishes Charter for Relationships, Sex and Health Education

Nov 29, 2019 by

from the Church of England website: The Charter features eight commitments which all schools, Church of England and others, can sign-up to prior to the new guidelines becoming law in autumn 2020. The Church of England’s lead Bishop for Education, Stephen Conway said in April that RSHE would require a shared duty of care between parents and schools, with the contents of the curriculum discussed and clearly communicated in advance. To enable this, a skeleton agenda for parents’ meetings has also...

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A Call for More!

Nov 28, 2019 by

from Voice for Justice UK: Please sign our petition to the Secretary of State for Education calling for all sex education in UK schools to carry full and comprehensive warning of the health risks attaching to non-monogamous sex. Sign here; https://www.citizengo.org/en/signit/70761/view Since the introduction of the new RSE Regulations, which become mandatory from September 2020, controversy has raged over the normalisation and promotion of LGBT behaviours and life-style choices in Primary...

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