Wisdom

Churches and children

KS2RE
An RE lesson exploring what church can mean for children in different parts of the world, related to broader questions of ‘What kind of world did Jesus want?’ and ‘What is it like to follow God?’

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.

A Firestorm of Fury

Whole schoolCollective Worship, Classroom Reflection
An act of collective worship about respect, responsibility and keeping your temper.

Daniel's challenge

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

The Roman Empire, its money and 'giving to Caesar'

Cross-curricular links
The Christian Bible's New Testament provides original source material describing life at the edge of the Roman Empire in the first century AD. Much of what happened in Roman Britain would have followed the same pattern as that in Roman Judea.

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.

Acknowledgements

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