by Mark Roques
The debate over the National Curriculum has focused the attention of parents, teachers and governors on curriculum issues. What assumptions about human life are made in our schools? How should we respond?
Mark Roques exposes the secular and humanist assumptions behind aspects of the curriculum and insists it is possible to bring a Christian perspective to teaching today. He shows how Christian teachers are using original, creative ways to open children to the richness and wholeness of God's world.
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