/ Posts from Sam Cavender29 Oct | Lent study course materials focusing on migration and refugees
The Anglican mission agency Us (formerly USPG) has published a Lent study course for 2016 focusing on the global issue of migration and the plight of refugees. The five-week course, entitled ‘Migration and Movement’, features stories from Brazil, Malawi, Myanmar and …
22 Oct | 30k students, 4k staff, 1 CofE Chaplain…
Find out how supporting Chaplaincy in the Diocese of Bristol is an essential role of our connected Church
16 Oct | Diocesan Synod Report Oct 2015
The Diocesan Synod met on 19 September 2015. Download the Diocesan Synod Report here → Bishop’s Address and Creating Connections Following Bishop Mike’s address, which laid out the vision for our Diocese and some of the challenges to overcome, Bishop …
13 Aug | How to create a reflective area
RE Coordinator Samantha Fletcher shows how an infant school in Oldham transformed a corner of a room into a reflective are and transformed the quality of children’s reflection as well.
13 Aug | God quotes
Some quotes from secondary age children about belief and the nature of God.
13 Aug | Similarity and Difference Triads
A skill-tool for thoughtful analysis of ideas, beliefs, concepts, practices and other stuff in primary and secondary RE.
13 Aug | FS/KS1 How and why do others celebrate?
Mantle of the expert script to use with Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 children on the subject of ‘How and why do others celebrate?’
13 Aug | KS1 Caring for Myself, Caring for Others
A lesson plan to support the teaching of the KS1 AMV unit ‘Caring for Myself, Caring for Others’. The story of Ruth and Naomi shows a Jewish perspective on hospitality and a fun game brings the idea of care to children’s own context.
10 Jul | Combatting extremism
Following the highly successful conference ‘From fear to belonging’ run by Bristol and South Gloucestershire SACREs, resources are now available for you to use in school.
26 May | Bible top trumps!
Learn some features of some of the book so the bible with this fun “top-trumps” style game devised by Julia Harle, headteacher at St Peter’s CE Academy, Chippenham.