The aim of this research was to explore student teachers’ attitudes towards character education and their experience of values and character education on their courses and in school.
Statistical survey of the attainment and achievement of pupils in Church of England schools
In England, the academic success of many Anglican schools has been highlighted, in recent years, by Ofsted Reports and by DfES Performance Tables.
Christian student RE teachers, objectivity and professionalism
The aim of this research was to examine the way Christian student RE teachers understand the relationship between their faith and professional issues in relation to objectivity and the neutral teaching of RE in the classroom.
Learning for life: Strengthening character in UK civil society
‘Learning for Life: Exploring Core Values’ has been the largest single contribution to date in the UK to the field of character education, involving responses from over 70,000 participants, in a coherent exploration of the subject of character across all the phases of education and into employment from pre-school to post-graduate (3yrs – 25 yrs).
The impact of a distinctively Christian education
A unique national research project to investigate the impact of a distinctively Christian ethos on pupils’ learning has been launched by the National Institute for Christian Education Research (NICER) at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Ten Leading Schools – Project Update
Research Consultation Day 15th September 2015 at University of Warwick.
Research project with ten leading secondary schools on The Spiritual Influence of Christian Ethos
Little research has been undertaken investigating the influence of Christian-ethos secondary schools on the spiritual development of their students. This research project aims to redress that situation by investigating the nature of the spiritual influence of ten leading Christian-ethos schools and generating case studies of those schools that others can draw upon.