Key Voices #73 – Rural schools, SRE, Pupil Voice and Ethical Leadership with The Revd Nigel Genders

“We need to find more ways to make sure that we as a church in education hear what young people have got to say, they’ve got a lot to say and we need to hear it”

This week we talk to The Reverend Nigel Genders, Chief Education Officer at The Church of England about the Church of England’s role in running schools and teacher training establishments, and its vision for education. 

We consider the challenges small rural Church of England primary schools face and how they are collaborating to support each other. We also cover topics such as RSE, the importance of pupil voice and why we need an Ethical Leadership Commission. 

The RSHE resources that Reverend Nigel mentions can be found here.

This interview was recorded in March.

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