Collective Worship for Primary Schools 50 Easy-to-Use Bible-Based Outlines for Teaching Essential Life Skills by Helen Jaeger


Collective Worship for Primary Schools 50 Easy-to-Use Bible-Based Outlines for Teaching Essential Life Skills by Helen Jaeger

A practical resource for those leading Collective Worship in primary schools Collective Worship for Primary Schools contains 50 assembly outlines, each based on a key theme and including an interactive game, a thought for the day, a Bible story, questions, a reflection time, a prayer and a music suggestion. Each school month has been matched to Christian festivals, topics and themes, as well as exploring traditional Christian values, such as caring for the poor and speaking out for others, in the context of school issues. Cultural issues and world focus are also included. An appendix provides a suggested calendar of assemblies to use throughout the Christian year and a list of themes linked to world international days or other significant events for the school year.

About the Author

Helen Jaeger is a writer, consultant, journalist and professional creative project manager with a background in teaching. She is the author of five inspirational titles (Lion Hudson, Scripture Union) and is a regular contributor to BRF's spirituality resource Quiet Spaces and to Woman Alive magazine.

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64 pages
Interest Age: From 4


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Publication date

17th June 2016



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