Christians in general- although the examples of some are considered particularly noteworthy. (All Saints Day remembers all Christians who have died in the faith.)

Who were the Northern Saints?

KS2RECross-curricular links
Teachers' notes and cross-curricular ideas for teaching about key figures in early British Christian history.

Saint Aidan - flame of the north

KS1, KS2, Whole schoolRECross-curricular links
Teachers' notes and cross-curricular ideas for lessons on Aidan, an early Christian saint.

A Palestinian Cross: Courage

Whole schoolRE, Classroom Reflection
Exploring the symbolism of a Palestinian Cross, also called the Cross of St. George.

Janani Lawum from Uganda: 17 February

KS2Collective Worship
On 17 February each year the people of Uganda remember their famous Archbishop, Janani Lawum, who was murdered in 1977 because he stood up to the injustices of the country's dictator Idi Amin.

Barnabas - the Encouraging Apostle

KS2RE, Classroom Reflection
11th June is St Barnabas Day. His real name was Joseph and he came from Cyprus. He was given the nickname Barnabas, which means 'son of encouragement' for good reasons.