St. David's doings

2018-08-01 06:01
Back row: Rev Peter Russell (St. James' Church, Greytown), Rev Roger Cameron (CEO, Anglican Board of Education). Front row: Mrs. Hilary Bruss (Principal, Little Elephant Diocesan School), Bishop Dino Gabriel (Bishop of Natal), Mrs. Patricia Mare (College of Teachers, St. David's Diocesan School).

Back row: Rev Peter Russell (St. James' Church, Greytown), Rev Roger Cameron (CEO, Anglican Board of Education). Front row: Mrs. Hilary Bruss (Principal, Little Elephant Diocesan School), Bishop Dino Gabriel (Bishop of Natal), Mrs. Patricia Mare (College of Teachers, St. David's Diocesan School).

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ST. David's and the Little Elephant Diocesan School were represented at a recent meeting of the Anglican Board of Education for Southern Africa(ABESA), held at St. Mary's Diocesan in Kloof.

The topic for discussion was building inclusive, welcoming school communities in which individuals care for each other.

The Anglican Church has a long history of providing quality, accessible education with a Christian ethos in Southern Africa.

ABESA was established in order to strengthen existing Anglican Schools, to encourage the creation of new Anglican schools in each of the 28 dioceses, and to encourage parishes in the ongoing upliftment of their communities through education and partnership with local schools.

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