School & Church Working Together

There are a range of projects and resources which can help churches support schools as they support young people exploring faith.

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Godly Play

Godly Play is a montessori approach to telling Bible Stories using hand-crafted figures or objects.

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Prayer Spaces

Prayer Spaces allow individuals to break from the demands of a busy routine and enter quiet and rest through activities and a special setting which helps them reflect on questions of life, God and spirituality.

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Inspired Classrooms

Top tips on engaging with and supporting your local schools, uniformed organisations and other community groups and societies.

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Pray.Bake.Read

Connect with your local school through Pray.Bake.Read

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Open the Book

Open the Book (OtB) is a project which offers primary school children an opportunity to hear key Bible stories, from a team of Christians from local churches, who present the stories during assemblies/acts of Collective Worship. Each presentation takes around 10–15 minutes and can be incorporated into a wider school assembly, or can stand alone. It is a three-year rolling programme with an additional, but optional year of material based on Christian Values for schools.

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CAP Money Kids Course

Did you know that we form spending habits from as young as seven?* With credit just a text away, it’s vital we give our children a head start in learning how to be money-wise. This course is ideal for helping young minds start exploring the value of money in a fun, engaging and relevant way. Aimed at children aged 9-11 years old, CAP Money Kids meets national curriculum standards so it’s perfect to take into primary schools. It can also be used with youth groups, Scouts Guides, Cubs, after-school clubs, or with your own children. This course sets the foundations of good money management to ensure children grow up to be financially capable adults.

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School Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy is a way of developing a formal link with local schools and offering support and mentoring to young people.

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