200 Years of Schooling

by Michael Ford last modified 03 May, 2011 05:49 PM

Chief Education Officer and General Secretary of the National Society, the Revd Janina Ainsworth, will visit Salisbury on Friday 6 May as part of a tour to mark the 200th anniversary of the National Society.

200 Years of Schooling

The National Society: 200 years

She will address a conference entitled ‘Church School Governance as part of the Community and the Big Society’ at St Paul’s Church Salisbury (9.30am-4.30pm). Workshop topics for teachers, headteachers and governors include school leadership, funding, and visualising community work.

The Chair of the Diocesan Board of Education, Sir Al Aynsley-Green, will speak on ‘Giving our children a future’.

Sir Al said today, “Since the early 1800s, the Church has led the way in free education for all. In today’s changing world, we move with the times while maintaining our core values. We are proud to serve future generations by providing our children and young people with the best education, support and services we possibly can. Here’s to the next 200 years.”

ENDS

Notes
2011 marks 200 years of free education provided by the National Society.
Official website

Further information contact
Sandi Hammer, Assistant to the Salisbury Diocesan Director of Education
01722 428420, sandi.hammer@salisbury.anglican.org

 

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