To accept that one has a choice that can be exercised- and to act on it for the best of reasons.

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.

Creativity and compassion - Michael Faraday

KS2Collective Worship, Classroom ReflectionVideo
An idea for collective worship, exploring the values of compassion and creativity through the life and work of the scientist Michael Faraday.

Daniel's food challenge

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

Breaking bad rules with Rosa Parks

The story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery bus boycott in 1955, exploring how bad rules can be broken in a non-violent way, bringing about change in a community.