We promote research to inform the contribution of faith to the public understanding of education. We support and conduct research and development in Christian schooling, spiritual development, religious education, faith development and worldview in education.

We enhance evidence research-based policy decision-making in Church and faith-based national education policy. We collect and analyse research data on Church and faith-based educational and training institutions, particularly on admissions, academic performance, religious education and inspection reports.

  • we carry out externally funded research projects, publishing findings as reports, books and learned articles
  • we provide national conferences, seminars, and consultancy on Church schools and the Christian dimensions of higher education
  • we encourage Christians and people of other faiths to consider teaching as a vocation, and also seek to support the presence of faith in the workplace and the classroom
  • we support faith in education
  • we supervise doctoral students undertaking research in areas linked to our work
  • we collaborate with other institutions and bodies that have similar goals, particularly other faith-based higher education institutions and centres.

The Institute has a research agenda that includes: the mission integrity of Church schools; their impact on Church and society; how they contribute to the good of society; their distinctive and authentic principles in education; the kind of leaders needed for Church schools, and their impact on students. It seeks to research the kind of curriculum needed for a flourishing society in which faith and religious life are positively encouraged, visible in and contributing towards public life and the common good.

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