They Christian festival of preparation for Easter, commonly associated with the story of Jesus own preparation for his own ministry- commonly used by Christians as a time for prayer, reflection and occasional fasting.

Frankenstein: why can't I just do what I like?

KS2Collective Worship, Classroom Reflection
An idea for collective worship that uses Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and the Bible story of Jesus in the wilderness to explore how we can make better choices.

Daniel's challenge

KS1, KS2, Whole schoolCollective Worship, Classroom Reflection
A no-rehearsal drama about teamwork, resilience, leadership… and food!

Staying on task

Whole schoolRE, Collective Worship
The story of how Jesus met temptation in the desert.

Pancake day

Whole schoolCollective Worship
An assembly for Pancake Day

Lent: story of Jesus' temptations

Whole schoolCollective Worship
The 40 days of Lent are often linked to Jesus' experience in the desert before he began his preaching ministry (Mark 1:12-13). The story of the temptations, and the idea of fasting for a long period, are both parts of the Lenten tradition.

Crosses from around the world

The intended learning outcomes for this piece of work include that pupils should be able to recognise that the symbol of the cross has a variety of meanings and to discuss the symbol of the cross for Christians.