Primary School Assemblies for Religious Festivals by Ronni Lamont
  

Primary School Assemblies for Religious Festivals

Written by Ronni Lamont
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Synopsis

Primary School Assemblies for Religious Festivals by Ronni Lamont

This new addition to the SPCK Assemblies series is a collection of assemblies that will help teachers to celebrate with all their children throughout the school year, no matter which faith they belong to. The book features assemblies dedicated to the festivals of nine major world religions: the Baha'i Faith, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Sikhism, and Zoroastrianism. All of the assemblies have been written by people of a Christian background, so they conform to the present law concerning Collective Worship in schools. As with all books in the Assemblies series, helpful icons and a subject index make the book a user-friendly resource for school assembly leaders.

About the Author

Previously a secondary science and dance teacher, followed by many years as a parish priest, Ronni Lamont now works freelance as a writer, trainer and consultant, as well as editing www.assemblies.org.uk . Her other books include The God Who Leads Us On, Understanding Children, Understanding God and More Secondary School Assemblies all published by SPCK, and Leaping the Vicarage Wall, published by Continuum.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Ronni Lamont
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Publisher

SPCK Publishing

Publication date

2nd August 2012

ISBN

9780281066971


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