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Exploring Christian values
Our new idea What's inside me? uses popular Bible stories to kick-start a discussion about emotional literacy using Russian 'nesting dolls'Read more
What price peace? Foundation / KS1 support material
We have now added some additional support material for Foundation and lower Key Stage 1.View support material
What price peace?
The centenary of the First World War provides a great opportunity for schools to extend their spiritual, moral, social and cultural provision.Find out more
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RE Council report
Barnabas in Schools supports the RE benchmark curriculum framework as proposed from a study of RE by the RE Council of England and WalesRead more
Books & resources
Off-the-peg material for primary school Collective Worship, covering 36 of the key Bible passages in a year, each accompanied by a thought for the day, prayer and hymn suggestion. The resource aims to introduce, explain and explore the Christian faith, providing familiarity with Bible stories and the biblical references frequently found in wider British culture. It offers traditional and contemporary alternatives and includes an appendix of other key Bible passages.More info Add to basket
A cross-curricular teaching resource for primary schools, enabling children to explore moral issues around our attitude to money and what it represents, and to think about what is truly valuable. The material includes ten story-led lesson plans with illustrations, Bible link stories and cross-curricular classroom activities, and three assembly outlines suitable for Collective Worship.More info Add to basket
This resource is intended to help schools explore PSHE values, using examples taken from the sporting world. Through classroom and assembly sessions based around the stories of inspirational athletes, the pupils will be encouraged to ask hard questions about sporting values, respond to true-life stories in a variety of ways, and reflect on what this all has to do with them.More info Add to basket