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Academisation plans risk increasing religious influence in schools, warns NSS National Secular Society: 25 April 2016

Cross-party call by MPs for more inclusive faith school admissions National Secular Society: 20 April 2016

Non Christian faith schools are straining the education system to breaking point Archbishop Cranmer: 17 March 2015

Secularists must not be allowed to distort the argument for faith schools Archbishop Cranmer: 16 March 2015

Banning faith schools is no quick fix to social integration The Conversation:  13 March 2015

Sending faith schools to the naughty step – again Christians in Education Patheos: 10 March 2015

Church schools: no problem Church of England Communications: 5 March 2015

The problem with church schools? They run counter to Christian values New Statesman 4 March 2015

The future of faith schools: a continuing story Christians in Education Patheos 21 February 2015

Indoctrinate or educate: the role of religion in schools Christians in Education Patheos: 9 February 2015

Six degrees of separation and the safety of faith education Christians in Education Patheos: 4 February 2015

No education is neutral Church of England Communications: 2 February 2015

Government’s obsession with faith and free schools breeds social and racial segregation The Independent: 31 December 2015

The religious are better than Ofsted at policing extremism in schools Trevor Cooling: 2 December 2014

Schools and British values Evangelical Alliance 18 December 2014

British values in schools? Nigel Genders 12 November 2014

Reconciliation in action – Archbishop of Canterbury on church schools Birmingham conference of school leaders 7 November 2014

Little evidence that faith schools provide a better education The Conversation: 12 June 2014

Yes, faith schools really are the problem National Secular Society 11 June 2014

Faith schools: why everyone lies Westminster Faith Debates: November 2013

Social cohesion and state funded faith schools Public Spirit: 6 September 2013

Are faith schools educationally defensible? Research in Teacher Education: April 2013