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The role of the Christian teacher as an ethical decision maker

Friday 8th - Sunday 10th January 2010

The role of the Christian teacher as an ethical decision maker

What does it mean to think ethically as a teacher? How do we do this responsibly, and maintain the integrity of our Christian faith? Join us for stimulating and lively discussion as we explore these relevant issues in the education field. In addition to this, we are keen to promote work by emergent Christian academics in the sphere of Christian education. There will be an opportunity at the 2010 conference to present and discuss work undertaken by a number of research students. To participate in this, please contact us.


Roy McCloughry BSc, MSc, Director of the Kingdom Trust

Roy speaks widely on issues to churches and Christian groups. He was formerly Director of the Shaftesbury Project. Roy has written a number of books including Hearing Men's Voices, Living in the Presence of the Future and Belief in Politics. Roy teaches Personal and Social Ethics at St John’s College, Nottingham.

Roy is concerned that ethics should be immediately relevant to lay people facing up to situations on the shop floor, chamber of the House of Commons or boardroom in the City. His work as a consultant has convinced him that Christian ethics is a vital tool in social and corporate change. He is also convinced that for many people discussion of contemporary ethical issues is the starting point for mission.


The Hayes Conference Centre
Derbyshire DE55 1AU

The Hayes Conference Centre is set in beautiful Derbyshire countryside with easy road, rail and air links. Situated 5 miles from the M1, it is also accessible by train (3 miles from Alfreton station) or by bus from Derby station. (More directions here.) The centre offers a flexible range of facilities to ensure your needs are met. More information can be found on their website.


The programme starts with an evening meal on Friday 8th January and ends with lunch Sunday 10th January. It will include plenary sessions, group discussions, seminar presentations, times of worship and free time for relaxation or informal networking.

Conference Costs

Resident rate

  • Resident rate, incl. meals £160
  • Resident rate, incl. meals (student/unemployed) £140

Non-Resident rate

  • Non-Resident, incl. meals £65
  • Non-Resident, incl. meals (student/unemployed) £50

Double occupancy

  • Resident, double occupancy, incl. meals £300 (£150 per person)

Conference Registration

Registration for this conference closed on Thursday 7th January 2010.