The Values Foundation was formed in 2018 to promote the views of faith and traditional family groups in the educational sector. We are excited by the progress that has already been made and also very aware that the development of our work is dependent upon the generous donations of our supporters.
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We are so grateful for every gift that we receive. Each one is put to good use in our work to enable young people to flourish in today’s world on the strong foundation of the traditional values that have successfully shaped British history and culture.
The Values Foundation was formed in August 2018 with a mandate to represent faith and traditional family values in the educational sector.
16, Old Queen Street,
020 3151 7212
Everything Lord Sumption says here about Britain becoming a totalitarian state can also be attributed to state run education to which we are all now subjected.
This disproportionately also exists in education..why insist that schools teach about lifestyles that 2% of the population prefers??..it just doesn't make sense.
Although TVF only concerns itself with education..this call for evidence on gender recognition focuses on surrounding issues that impact education..please respond ..ends last week Nov
The brainchild of RSE programme "All About Me", Johnny Hunt has returned to the arena with a new resource titled, "My Feelings, Friends and Family." - Once bitten, twice shy. The new programme is shrouded in mystery and copyrighted up to its eyes balls.