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Networking Volume 22, Issue 3 Autumn Term 2021 7

contents welcome

CAFOD Update ......................................................................................................... 2 - 5

Catholic Academies: The debates and concerns rumble on ............................... 8 - 12 By Martin Clephane, Continued by Dr Sean Whittle

New Thinking, New Scholarship and New Research in catholic education ........... 13 The significance of Gerald Grace’s research and scholarship on Catholic Education in the modern world

CSAN Update ........................................................................................................ 14 - 15 By Raymone Friel

Over the last few weeks we have received messages from our Catholic schools detailing the outcome of their GCSE and A Level 2021 exam results. For many these have been outstanding and this is a testament to the dedication, and professionalism of all those who teach and work in them.

How our Catholic Schools are Transforming Their Communities ..................... 16 - 17 with Caritas In Action By Kathryn Ansley

Why might Forming Catholic Teachers and Leaders be ................................... 18 - 19 Difficult To Achieve? By Dr Sean Whittle

The Case for scrapping the 50% admissions cap ..................................................... 20 By James Spencer

The Bishop of Nottingham blessed St Edward’s ...................................................... 21 Catholic Voluntary Academy Nursery

News from CATSC ............................................................................................... 22 - 28

CAFOD’s Hopes for COP26 ................................................................................. 29 - 30

In Praise of Laudato Si’ ......................................................................................... 30 - 31 By Susan Kambalu

The 2020/21 academic year has been a difficult year for teachers and pupils alike and it was admirable to see how our schools adjusted to the needs of both as the Covid pandemic progressed. It will be no surprise if the effects of the pandemic have some long-lasting effects on our Catholic schools in the future but we can work towards ensuring that they adapt and continue to provide the pastoral, educational and spiritual care that is needed to promote the wellbeing of our students and staff.

On Care for our Common Home ......................................................................... 32 - 33

Open Our Eyes to See ................................................................................................ 34 By Francis Stewart and Jenny Hayward-Jones

News from Scotland ..................................................................................................... 35

ATCRE Continues to grow .................................................................................... 36 - 37 By Matthew Dell

Looking forward to the year ahead ..................................................................... 38 - 39 By Dave Legrand

As always we thank all our contributors and especially we thank CAFOD for their valuable contribution to this issue. I hope you will find items of interest in the following pages and don’t forget, we are always pleased to receive your comments or ideas

News Roundup ...................................................................................................... 40 - 41 By Willie Slavin

Book & Media Review ........................................................................................... 42 - 45 By Willie Slavin

Mission Together ................................................................................................... 46 - 47

John Clawson Editor

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