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Scottish Christian Party - Education Policies...

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by catmother, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. catmother

    catmother Star commenter

    I saw that last night. Was a bunch of boring so and so.
  2. 'The Scottish Christian Party will allow school teachers to use reasonable force to maintain discipline in schools. Schools may elect to use supervised corporal punishment as a punishment of last resort.'

    How very Christian of them! Nutters.
  3. Oh goodness. Reading this thread has made me think of this video. I think Scottish Christian Party would do well to consider it.

    If I taught RME at secondary, we'd be watching this.
  4. My view??? Out and out nutcases.
  5. catmother

    catmother Star commenter

    And a pretty unattractive bunch too.
  6. "the science curriculum should include the evidence for creation and design in the universe"

    Creationism/Intelligent Design in the Science classroom. [​IMG]

    I am also puzzled as to why they think RMPS is more inclusive than RME. My experience of RMPS is courses where you don't even have to teach Christianity accept in the debate with Science.

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