Catholic schools clear about 'values'

2nd March 2001 at 00:00
Mark Harris wrote: "Teachers areI confused by moral relativism and (have) a complex about words such as as 'values' " (Friday, February 16). This, thankfully, is not the case in well-run Catholic schools, whoe Christian ethos combats such moral drift and binds the whole school community together in a shared and uplifting vision.

Paul Stubbings

The Cardinal Vaughan memorial school, London W14

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