A clear sense of shared purpose and identity.

Daniel's challenge

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

Babble - an assembly to introduce the theme of Pentecost

Whole schoolClassroom Reflection
This assembly idea provides an alternative introduction to the story of Pentecost. It uses Jenga blocks and the ancient story of the Tower of Babel to explore how language differences can divide people or draw them closer together.

Using war memorials for cross-curricular studies

KS1, KS2RECross-curricular links
This idea offers suggestions for using war memorials as a study resource to investigate key ideas about faith, belief, sacrifice, loss, bereavement and remembrance.

What a world!

Whole schoolCollective Worship
The theme of our world as a precious present is explored in this assembly.

One World Week (October)

Whole schoolCollective Worship
Each year the third week in October is celebrated as One World Week. What follows is an outline for a collective worship presentation for One World Week linking this worldwide family of faith to the story of creation and Abraham from the Bible.

Praying with ropes

Whole schoolClassroom Reflection
An idea for a prayer activity with a children's group using a variety of coloured ropes

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.