ACT - The Association of Christian Teachers

for Christians working in education

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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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Tweets from ACT director, Clive Ireson
  • Friday 31st October
    Just completed Premier radio news hour interview on Sutton Trust report into effectiveness of teaching styles. via @ACTClive
  • Friday 31st October
    Calls on the new head of Child Abuse enquiry to resign. via @ACTClive

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ACT – now to keep religious freedom in our schools.   There has never been a time like this. Schools were part of the family business of the church and as Christians we let it go. Now those who want to uphold faith in schools are beleaguered on every side. No there hasn’t been a change in the law …
In recent weeks I have urged you to respond to a government consultation - I have also been interviewed about it. Lets be clear it closes at 5pm on October 15th. On the face of it is about whether creationism can be taught in nursery schools. What's that all about you may say well once again the gov…

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