On 17th May 2018 a joint conference will be held by Christian Values in Education, the Scottish Catholic Education Service and Scripture Union Scotland. The main focus of the conference will be on the educational value and practical use of Introducing the God Question, the version of the series specially devised for schools and universities. Dr John Lennox, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at Green Templeton College, the University of Oxford, will deliver the keynote address. The conference fee includes ITGQ classroom resources.
Director of the Scottish Catholic Education Service, Barbara Coupar, said “The conference offers a new and exciting opportunity for three organisations in Scotland, concerned with the spiritual welfare of our young people, to work together and we greatly look forward to an event that will promote and facilitate a high quality spiritual and educational experience for pupils in Scottish classrooms.”
Introducing the God Question in your Local Secondary School
With the new school session in full swing, now might be an ideal time to approach your local Head-teacher or Head of RE to ensure that they know about the new major curriculum resource Introducing the God Question. It has been designed for use within RME/RE and has a very close connection to the curriculum for Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies. Education Secretary John Swinney, MSP, described the series as “An example of the Curriculum for Excellence at its best”. Before approaching your local school, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting our information sheet Advice for Talking to Secondary Schools About Introducing the God Question.