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Faith in the system

The Government and faith school providers believe that all schools whether they have a religious character or not play a key role in providing a safe and harmonious environment for all in society, thereby fostering understanding, integration and cohesion. This document sets out the principles that underlie the contribution faith communities and their schools make to educating young people in England, to nurturing them in their faith and to promoting community cohesion.



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Effective date: 10 September 2007
Posted date: 10 September 2007
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A new UK Government took office on 11 May. As a result the content on this site may not reflect current Government policy. All statutory guidance and legislation published on this site continues to reflect the current legal position unless indicated otherwise. To view the new Department for Education website, please go to http://www.education.gov.uk

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