Some of the members of the Clearvision Trust are themselves teachers who have in the past been employed in an advisory capacity by an LEA. They are well aware of the issues involved in non-confessional RE and the need to maintain breadth and balance in their materials. Of course they represent a particular view of Buddhism, but this is no different from Catholic or Quaker materials being used in the classroom.
Part of the process of religious education is to allow students to look at a variety of faith stances, both within a particular religion and through different religions. It is up to the teacher to ensure that students are presented with a range of evidence to enable them to make considered evaluations. The Clearvision Trust resources make a valuable contribution to this process.
CM Howard. AREIAC. Resource House. Kay Street. Bury