Embarrassing confession time…..
When I was a small human child I had 10 marks deducted in a Scripture exam because I spelt my name wrong. It didn’t matter that I knew my Abimelechs from my Abednegos- Mr. Greet still took ten from me for my misspelt moniker.
Well, guess what Mr Greet? Sunday Assembly is actually on the Religious Education GCSE* syllabus! (Page 27, if you’re interested). Try taking ten points off me for that! Apparently we are a source of ‘Authority and Wisdom’:
Yep. Across the UK fifteen year olds will be learning about the spread of the movement from Islington to Bristol, from Bristol to Melbourne and then all over the world. The work of countless people across the globe are being hoovered up by eager young adults / shoved into the brains of reluctant kids.
Times like this really show that the work that we have put over the years is paying off. Thanks to everyone for the work you have put in. You are being written into the history books (or at least the RE Exams).
*GCSE stands for General Certificate of Secondary Education. GCSE examinations are taken by pupils at the end of compulsory school education (year 11)in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.