Sorry, I’ve been so busy recently that the only news I saw coming out today was about a hedgehog being trapped in a chip packet, requiring six people to rescue it.
But don’t let that distract you from a blogpost by Jonny Scaramanga on the ongoing issues with UK education, that might make you wish you had a chip packet to hide from the head-desk-smacking incredulity of it all:
Where I come from, this is called corruption:
…This is a link to an OFSTED report (that’s a government-mandated school inspection, international readers) of The Christian School of London. The school is praised thoroughly. The ACE curriculum comes off particularly well. [Don’t know what ACE is? Here’s a good place to start finding out]
The author of this report is Stephen Dennett. This name will be unfamiliar to you, but it is highly familiar to me, because as a child I had to sit through his talks at Accelerated Christian Education’s European Student Convention.
Read the whole series of blogposts over at http://leavingfundamentalism.wordpress.com.