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Anti Racist RE by NATRE

October 2020

NATRE have just finished a new resource funded by FCG which is for anti-racism

These project materials are designed to help teachers of Religious Education plan and provide excellent learning in the classroom that encourages pupils to learn about religion and beliefs, racism and prejudice in challenging ways that promote the well-being of all in our richly plural communities.

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School Ethos & Chaplaincy, A Handbook By David O'Malley

October 2020

Dear Chaplaincy Colleague,
I am a priest who has been working in school ministry for over forty years, many of them as a school chaplain. In 2019 I updated and re-launched a Handbook on School Ethos in Chaplaincy. It is aimed partly at Chaplains but focused more on education senior leaders about the purpose and scope of chaplaincy. It also tries to identify the unique ways in which Chaplaincy might be evaluated within a school that needs to demonstrate progress.
Fr David O'Malley SDB
www.salesianschools.com
Fr David O'Malley SDB
Salesian House
47 Surrey Lane
Battersea
SW11 3PN
0207139 8353

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GSUS Live (by Counties Charity)

October 2020

Engage your pupils in an
exciting multi-media RE lesson!
All you need to know about bringing
GSUS Live to your school

We currently have GSUS Live and Key to Life RE resources available FREE of charge to use in October and November (they normally cost £2000 per week to hire.)
GSUS Live in designed for KS2 students, they go through a multi media lesson exploring the themes of Fear, Forgiveness and Rejection, all through the teachings of Jesus.
Key to Life is for primary aged children, using touch screen walls they explore an overview of the Christian faith, through interactive games, short movies, and discussion groups.
We would like to chat to anyone who might be interested in hosting these units, we will be implementing our own Covid-19 procedures as well as ensuring all school policies are followed.
If you would like to book for 1 day, a week or more please get in contact, with Dave Thomas on 07398280329 or email keytolife@countiesuk.org.
Thank you for sharing this with your network.
God Bless
Dave Thomas

Key to Life Coordinator
In the office: Tuesday 8.30 am – 4.30pm; Wednesday 8.30 – 4.30pm
Twitter: @keyto_life Facebook: Key to Life?
Counties Registered Office: 30 Haynes Road, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13 3HD
t: 07398 280 329 t: 01373 823 013 e: keytolife@countiesuk.org
w: KeyToLife.media
Counties - making Jesus known across the UK

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Key to Life (a Counties Charity resorce)

October 2020

Key to Life is an award-winning mobile experience
which delivers elements of the RE syllabus for Key
Stage 2 pupils, but is also adaptable for Key Stage 1.
An immersive experience.

We currently have GSUS Live and Key to Life RE resources available FREE of charge to use in October and November (they normally cost £2000 per week to hire.)
GSUS Live in designed for KS2 students, they go through a multi media lesson exploring the themes of Fear, Forgiveness and Rejection, all through the teachings of Jesus.
Key to Life is for primary aged children, using touch screen walls they explore an overview of the Christian faith, through interactive games, short movies, and discussion groups.
We would like to chat to anyone who might be interested in hosting these units, we will be implementing our own Covid-19 procedures as well as ensuring all school policies are followed.
If you would like to book for 1 day, a week or more please get in contact, with Dave Thomas on 07398280329 or email keytolife@countiesuk.org.
Thank you for sharing this with your network.
God Bless
Dave Thomas

Key to Life Coordinator
In the office: Tuesday 8.30 am – 4.30pm; Wednesday 8.30 – 4.30pm
Twitter: @keyto_life Facebook: Key to Life?
Counties Registered Office: 30 Haynes Road, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13 3HD
t: 07398 280 329 t: 01373 823 013 e: keytolife@countiesuk.org
w: KeyToLife.media
Counties - making Jesus known across the UK

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Jesuit Missions - resources page

October 2020

Jesuit Missions have a page of resources that anyone can access.
Jesuit Missions exists to support Jesuit works with poor and marginalised people around the world. We do this by promoting social justice, building bridges between communities and accompanying those working on the missions.

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