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Schools for the 21st Century?

Wednesday 18th November 2009

Schools for the 21st Century?

Dr Elizabeth Green will present her research into the impact of Christian ethos on student culture at Emmanuel City Technology College. The Emmanuel Schools Foundation (ESF) sponsors a CTC and three Academies in the North East of England. This research was the first to be carried out at an ESF school and Elizabeth’s analysis offers an important critique of the interaction between enterprise, business and faith in the new Academies. Designed to be a jumping off point for discussion, this presentation will be a very practical introduction to the issues facing policy makers, education practitioners, parents and pupils.

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Speaker

Dr Elizabeth Green

Elizabeth Green is a graduate of Oxford University. She taught at secondary level for a number of years in both the private and maintained sector and holds an MA in Education Management from King’s College, London. Elizabeth has just completed a DPhil in Education at Green Templeton College, Oxford. Her thesis evaluates the impact of a Christian ethos upon student culture at Emmanuel City Technology College, Gateshead. The study was funded by an Economic and Social Research Council studentship. Elizabeth’s research interests include specialist schools and academies, faith schools, religious ethos and school culture.

Venue

Coton House, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV23 0AA

Coton House is a very comfortable, purpose built conference centre belonging to the Royal Mail. Situated on the A426 just north of Rugby, Warwickshire, it is very convenient for trains to Rugby and is adjacent to Junction 1 of the M6, connecting with the M6, M1 and A14.

Programme

The Christian Consultants' Network day will commence with coffee at 9.30am and will finish by 3.30pm.

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Conference Costs

As with our previous meetings there is no charge for attending this day although donations would be gratefully received.

Conference Registration

Registration for this conference closed on Thursday 12th November 2009.