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The Armitage lecture series was established in 2005 to remember the first Old Boy of the School who entered the ordained Anglican Ministry. Rev Isaac Armitage left funds in trust to provide a small bursary for Old Boys of the School who entered Moore College. The Lecture series aims to encourage thinking on matters to do with Anglican Schooling.
The 13th Isaac Armitage Lecture was delivered by Dr Julie McGonigle, Deputy Head (Academic), St Andrew’s Cathedral School, on 2 June 2017. The Lecture: “Hope for Education: A consideration of how the theological virtue of hope can energise a school" and the response by Rev Dr Bill Salier, Principal of Youthworks College and Director of Theology are available by following the link below.
2017 Armitage Lecture: "A consideration of how the theological virtue of hope can energise a school"
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“So God created human beings in his own image, In the image of God he created them; male and female he created them."
In the 21st century, should we be educating males and females, or educating human beings?”
Response (Dr Bryan Cowling)