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Nansen primary school is one of five Birmingham schools placed in special measures (CNS)

Catholic Education Service says ‘many people are confusing extremism with religion’

Michael Gove, the Education Secretary (Photo: PA)

English and Welsh bishops agree to ‘resist any pressure’ to establish such schools

Bishops keen for 1,200 schools to introduce Living Wage (CNS)

Initiative launched after deal between Unison and the Catholic Education Service

Maria Miller who resigned as Culture Secretary earlier today

Catholic Education Service and CSAN release statement after Culture Secretary’s meeting with internet giants

Michael Gove addresses the House of Commons PA Photos

Catholic Education Service says the announcement yesterday fails to elevate RE as a core subject

Paul Barber appointed as director of the CES

Mr Barber, currently director of education at Westminster, will take up the post at Easter

Church defends accusations of ‘political indoctrination’

Catholic education chief steps down

Catholic Education Service confirms resignation of Oona Stannard, director for 12 years

Oona Stannard gives a talk at the CESEW parliamentary reception earlier this year (Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk)

Fr Marcus Stock, general secretary of the bishops’ conference, has taken over as interim director

Michael Gove's EBacc initiative has been widely criticised (PA photo)

Report by MPs points to damaging effect that EBacc will have on religious education