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Annual Conference 2014:. “Lead, Enable, Serve”. The . Rt. Revd Dr. Richard . Cheetham. Bishop. of Kingston . Chair. of Southwark Diocesan Board of Education. SDHTA . Annual Conference 2014. Lead, Enable, Serve. ID: 274259

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SDHTA Annual Conference 2014:“Lead, Enable, Serve”

The

Rt Revd Dr Richard CheethamBishop of Kingston Chair of Southwark Diocesan Board of Education

SDHTA

Annual Conference 2014Lead, Enable, Serve

What’s beneath the iceberg?Collective Worshipand School Ethos

Rt

Revd Dr Richard

Cheetham

Bishop of Kingston

and

Chair of SDBE

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Southwark Diocesan Board of Education

Our Vision

T

o promote Christian education and enable church schools and education chaplaincy to be at the heart of the mission and ministry of the Diocese of Southwark in the 21st Century

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Some current challenges in Education

Funding and control of education

Academies, Free Schools, LEAs, DBEs,

DfES

Aim of good education

British values

C of E / Muslim / Jewish etc schools in the state system

RE for a plural world / National Society report

Place of collective worship

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SDHTA Annual Conference 2014:“Lead, Enable, Serve”

The

Rt Revd Dr Richard CheethamBishop of Kingston Chair of Southwark Diocesan Board of Education

Collective worship - the tip of the iceberg?

Common

values

Philosophy of education

Beliefs

Plural society

Individualism

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Church & Education in 21st Century UK

Sociological perspectives:

the changing place of religion

Religion as private, individual choice

Religion as contested (multiple world views)

Religion as controversial (especially post 9/11)

Pervasive vague spirituality

Young people – Generation Y

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Church & Education in 21st Century UK

Philosophy of Education

Traditional

– education as induction into “truth” / transmission of tradition

Liberal

– education to produce free thinking people. Knowledge based entirely on experience and reason

Post-Liberal

– challenges ideas of an overarching rationality, and exclusion of religion to a private, subjective domain

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Church & Education in 21st Century UK

Theological issues

Knowledge and belief distinction

Relativism and absolutism

“Truth” claims

Common moral values – source?

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Pluralism

Religious “Truth”

Freedom of the individual

Nature of education

Individualism & community

Multi-faith society

Common values

Tolerance

Privatisation

of belief

Collective worship

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Inclusivity: “that unity thing”Freedom of choice and personal integrity: “this individual thing”The heart of an act of collective worship: moral, spiritual or religiousInfluence of the teacher: “an awesome responsibility”

4 major themes in the data

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The understanding of religious belief which underlies collective worship

Individual

Freely chosen

Relative

Pragmatic

Religious belief as

“an individually chosen, private, practical guide to living”

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What’s beneath your iceberg?

What is your collective worship saying about the deep beliefs, values and ethos of your School?

Explicitly?

Implicitly?


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