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A child cannot begin to make sense of religion without at least some study of its alternatives

Comment: The government's censorship of Humanism must be challenged in court

The exclusion of Humanism from GCSE Religious Studies defies professional and public opinion

Opinion Former Articles

  • Homophobia remains a problem in schools

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) teachers still feel the problem of homophobia remains endemic in schools and that schools need to do more to tackle the issue

  • Maintaining world class schools

    The NASUWT won the support of TUC Congress in Liverpool for its campaign to reclaim the promise of our public education service, with its entitlements for all children and young people, and to maintain our world class schools.

  • NASUWT comments on 'Stakeholder Schools' report

    The NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, today welcomed the Stakeholder Schools Report by the Fabian Society, as a major contribution to the debate on the future of schooling.

  • NASUWT comments on the announcement on coasting schools

    Chris Keates: 'It should come as no surprise to anyone that the Secretary of State is selecting criteria to define coasting schools to maximise the opportunity for extending academisation.'

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