• Catholic schools demand government support as transport costs soar

    The national body representing Catholic schools is lobbying the government for help with school transport, warning that charges could rise by more than £20 a day. Social distancing rules have forced school buses to reduce capacity, with some only able to carry a fifth of the usual number of pupils. If we suddenly became exclusive

    15.00 Jun. 26th, 2020 | News

  • 40% of faith schools favour religious children of any denomination

    Nearly half of England’s secondary faith schools prioritise religious families – of any denomination – over the non-religious, according to new research. While the figure is 40 per cent overall, Catholic state secondary schools are the worst offenders. In a survey of admissions policies at 637 faith schools, Humanists UK found that 60 per cent

    10.49 Jun. 19th, 2018 | News