CARE monitors and contributes to the process of influencing education policy and practice. This includes responding to consultations, facilitating debate amongst Christians and engaging with the media.
Past successes have included ensuring the requirement for spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is a priority in the National Curriculum and Inspection Framework; influencing the debate on Early Years Education over several years with carefully researched reports and having a variety of Consultation Responses published in government reports including the most recent Education Act.
CARE’s education work includes a relationships and sex education programme called evaluate, delivered in schools by teams of trained volunteer educators. Click here to visit the evaluate website.