Be Bold! Inspiring Primary School Collective Worship.pdf
Read online or download a free book: Be Bold! Inspiring Primary School Collective Worship
Publisher: Church House Publishing (26 Nov. 2004)
By: Lizzie McWhirter (Author), Paulette Bissell (Author), Lisa Fenton (Author), Alison Seaman (Author) 1 more
Book format: pdf doc docx mobi djvu epub ibooks (*An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.)
Be Bold! is packed full of ideas, inspiration, visual resources and training materials to help you plan and lead an interesting and varied primary school worship programme. It contains a wealth of practical suggestions for schools wishing to reflect the richness of the Christian tradition in collective worship.
The book is separated into chapter themes encouraging you, for example, to ‘:be bold’:, ‘:be creative’:, ‘:be humorous’:, ‘:be thoughtful’: or ‘:be Anglican’: in collective worship. Each chapter follows a clear structure giving you:
Background information –: offering an exploration of the theme with background information, facts and explanations.
Ways of using the theme –: giving practical suggestions and a springboard for ideas to develop the theme.
Three ready-to-use acts of worship –: outlining objectives, giving suggestions for preparation, ideas for props, readings, music and prayers as well as full advice, step-by-step stages and ways of getting pupils involved. Each act of worship has a photocopiable OHT and can be used for a range of occasions throughout the school and church year.
Something to think about –: suggesting a framework for staff meetings or INSET days on collective worship including questions and discussion starters, ways to develop a shared understanding of collective worship and the practicalities of implementing a collective worship programme.
Extensive photocopiable illustrations and Christian symbols suitable for use during collective worship or for staff training.
Be Bold! will help you feel confident in offering collective worship that has its roots in the Christian tradition. The material will enable pupils to reflect creatively on the worship themes and make meaningful connections within their own lives and the life of the wider community.
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