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Education: Justice education

20 September 2013

Christian Aid and the Church of England have formed a new partnership in schools

CHRISTIAN AID has appointed a new education co-ordinator to work with Church of England schools.

Sue Rayment (above), formerly a head of a church school, took up her post this month. She will liaise with the C of E's education division and diocesan education boards, as well as individual schools.

A spokesman for the charity said that the appointment reflected the strength of C of E support for Christian Aid.

Mrs Rayment was head of St Paul's C of E Primary School, in Langleybury, Hertfordshire, from 2003 to 2011, and later was a schools effectiveness specialist with Hertfordshire County Council. She will advise church schools on issues of social justice.

The C of E's chief education officer, the Revd Jan Ainsworth, who was consulted over the appointment, said that Christian Aid's aim would fit well with developments in the church school curriculum.

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