Education issues fall under the remit of the Church and Society Council, and include religious observance in schools, social and moral education and sexual health strategies in education.
Check it out for information on The Standing Committee on Education, protecting school budgets and religious education in the Curriculum for Excellence.
Read more about two Local Authority Representatives and their experiences.
We believe that the Church of Scotland has a continued role in reflecting Scotland's history and Christian heritage, and building on the critical importance of respect for and understanding of a range of faith and belief systems. In a world where religion is playing an increasing role, whether it be extremists whose interpretation of faith leads to violent terrorism, to inter faith platforms to tackle global problems such as climate change or human trafficking, the importance for every person to understand and reflect on the role of religion in society has never been greater.
A range of resources for use by schools and their chaplains in school assemblies and classrooms has been developed by the Church of Scotland for Learning Teaching Scotland.
Check out this booklet has been produced by the Scottish Churches' Education Group of Action of Churches Together in Scotland (ACTS).
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The Moderator’s Medal is a competition to encourage young people to think creatively about spirituality, faith and belief.