He would not say whether or not she had attached herself to the sound Low Church School
of his father; but she would probably be open to conviction on that point; she was a regular church-goer of simple faith; honest-hearted, receptive, intelligent, graceful to a degree, chaste as a vestal, and, in personal appearance, exceptionally beautiful.
It is important to say at the outset that church schools
are not hot-houses of indoctrination, demanding that Bible knowledge takes precedence over literacy or numeracy in the curriculum.
The cross of nails has come to Coventry to commemorate 200 years of church schools
RELIGIOUS leaders and church schools
said they were happy with the law, and said the large number of church schools
in Liverpool was evidence of demand for spiritual guidance in education.
Bishop Gledhill said church schools
offered a 'model of how things can be done' to the wider community.
At their best, Archbishop Williams argued, church schools
were characterized by a commitment to a deep sense of loyalty and openness.
REGARDING St Margaret of Antioch school, Bishop Ian Stuart, chairman of the Liverpool Diocesan Board of Education, says (ECHO letters, February 21) he fully endorses my sentiments on the importance of church schools
- but that the DBE is required to operate within the appropriate statutory framework.
NEW church schools
are to be made to teach youngsters from all faiths, Education Secretary Estelle Morris said yesterday.
If Americans cannot be forced to support churches, it stands to reason that they cannot be forced to support church schools
In this way, the Vatican Council has woven the idea of government aid to Church schools
(and therefore taxation of non-Catholics as well as Catholics) into its position on religious liberty.
Nearly 8,000 church schools
are being encouraged to whip up demand for the product by placing orders before December 1.
give Welsh children a better start in life, according to a report released this morning.