ACT - The Association of Christian Teachers

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The Association of Christian Teachers, also known as ACT, is a Christian membership organisation that provides professional and spiritual support to Christians engaged in pre-school, primary, middle, secondary, special, college and university education in England. 

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posted Friday 29th August 2014 by Robert Hall Thank you for reading this, my last blog as Membership Director for ACT.  Maybe it’s a good time to ask where we, Christians in education in AD 2014 , are right now. Beleaguered This word means encamped around by an enemy.  Our nation is currently pan…
posted Friday 25th July 2014      When term ends and pupils say goodbye to their teachers for the final time, there will always be tears.  I am an emotional kind of guy and can be moved to tears very easily by a poignant moment.  Whilst watching the 2009 cartoon film 'Up', my grandchildren thought …

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