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enquiry into the methods and effects of religious education in sixth forms.

John Wilfred Daines

enquiry into the methods and effects of religious education in sixth forms.

by John Wilfred Daines

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Published by University of Nottingham Institute of Education .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination36p.,22cm
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL21740018M

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The fourth education offering is tadika, available to children in grades 1 to 6, an after-school religious course that generally takes place in a mosque. These courses are overseen by the Ministry. The Board decided that from and after September 1, , being the day on which the Elementary Education Act came into operation, all children were admitted free to the school, and that a fee grant of 10/- per head per annum was accepted from the Education Department in lieu thereof. In , there was a mixed school and Infant Class.


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