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Shaping attitude toward Christianity among year seven pupils: the influence of sex, church, home and primary school

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This study set out to examine the differences in attitude toward Christianity among year seven secondary school pupils who had undertaken their primary education either in a Church of England voluntary aided school or a non-denominational state-maintained school. Data were provided by 492 year-seven pupils attending three Church of England voluntary secondary schools and comparison is made between 288 pupils who had transferred from Anglican voluntary aided primary schools and 164 from non-denominational state-maintained schools. After taking into account the effects of sex, pupil church attendance, paternal church attendance, and maternal church attendance, the data found no effect from attending a Church of England voluntary aided primary school.
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Keywords: Church of England; attitude toward Christianity; church schools; pupil attitudes; school effectiveness

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Warwick Religions and Education Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

Publication date: December 1, 2010

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