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Teachers and school pupils play an important part in CiS. Contact the Education secretary Dr John Ling if you have any questions, or would like to contribute to the resources on this page.

2013 National Curriculum Review

A CiS response to the recent consultation regarding reform of the UK national curriculum can be found here: CiS National Curriculum Response.

Church of England “God and the Big Bang” project

God and the Big Bang gives GCSE and A-level students (14-18 year olds) an exciting opportunity to discover, discuss and debate the compatibility of science and faith. The day aims to equip young people with the all-important tools they need in order to form their own opinions and engage in rational, exciting, well-reasoned and thought-provoking discussion about the place for science in God’s world.

The conferences have featured Christians with backgrounds in science or engineering and the sessions have included a key note lecture on the compatibility of science and Christianity, an interview with one of the speakers, a fun science demonstration session, a practical session for the students and a panel Q&A session with all of the contributors. 

For more information, contact the GATBB co-ordinator Stephanie Bryant on contact@gatbb.co.uk



  • Audio files of the talks from the CiS London conference ‘Science, Education and Secularism’ are available here
  • Audio files of the talks from the CiS Education Conference in 2006 can be found here
  • Details of The Faraday Institute’s conference Science and Religious Education in Schools can be found here with audio files of the talks given available here.