Colleagues will be interested to know that there has been a change recently in the membership of the Trust Board of the Journal. After many years of service to the Journal in various capacities and from its earliest days, Professor Peter Tomlinson has retired from the Board. Peter is emeritus Professor of Pedagogy and Professional Learning at Leeds University in the UK. The Trust Board would like to record our immense gratitude to Peter for his rapier-like insights, steady guidance, gracious manner and unwavering commitment to both the Journal and to the field, and wish him and his partner Janet well. In saying goodbye to Peter we also offer a warm welcome to Dr. Janet Orchard who joined the Trust Board at the beginning of this year. Having worked as a teacher of Religious Education and having been Deputy Director of an Excellence in Cities: Educational Action Zone in London, and a lecturer at UCL IoE, Janet is currently Director of postgraduate research degrees at Bristol University. She is a philosopher of education with particular interests in dialogic pedagogies, Religious Education and the promotion of good community Relations and teacher education. We are delighted that Janet has agreed to serve on the Trust Board.
With kind regards and greeting to all our many friends, contributors and readers globally at this strange time.
On behalf of the JME Trust Board