I come from a family of teachers. Both my parents and my oldest brother were teachers. It felt inevitable and right that I would follow in their footsteps and I taught across a number of schools over 17 years prior to ordination. Thursday 5 October marks World Teachers’ Day. It commemorates the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers.
Jumping Fish, the education resource company that works in partnership with the Diocese of Gloucester, has relaunched one of its most popular teaching resources; Experience Easter Outside. Experience Easter OutsideContinue reading
A Stroud teacher is one of the people who will be ordained deacon in a special service at Gloucester Cathedral on Sunday. Steve Saville plans to continue teaching Religious StudiesContinue reading
The Church of England is investing in a ground-breaking programme of safeguarding training and resources, created especially for children and young people. The project was the brainchild of BeccaContinue reading
Bishop Rachel and Bishop Robert hope that there will be a number of worshipping communities who use this Lent as an opportunity to seek out adults and young people whoContinue reading