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Eyewitness Assemblies

Gaynor Cobb

Eyewitness Assemblies

Gaynor Cobb

$17.99

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Ideal for the late spring and early summer term, here are 15 imaginative 'first hand' accounts of the events from Easter to Pentecost, told from the perspective of someone who was there.

Each assembly can stand alone, and the material is particularly suitable for schools planning project-based work over the period of Easter, or for teachers wishing to link the themes of Easter to topical issues.
- Publisher.

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About "Eyewitness Assemblies"

Ideal for the late spring and early summer term, here are 15 imaginative 'first hand' accounts of the events from Easter to Pentecost, told from the perspective of someone who was there.

Each assembly can stand alone, and the material is particularly suitable for schools planning project-based work over the period of Easter, or for teachers wishing to link the themes of Easter to topical issues.
- Publisher.


- Koorong

Encourages children to encounter the Easter story as ifthey were thereCovers 15 key events, including the raising of Lazarus,Palm Sunday, Easter, Pentecost and the conversion ofPaulIdeal for RE coordinators and teachers responsible forplanning collective worship and KS2 class assembliesMaterial developed and field-tested at KS2Includes practical ideas for creative learning using poetry,role play and drama and issue-based links into PSHE andCitizenship
- Publisher

This book encourages children to encounter the Easter story as if they were there.It covers 15 key events, including the raising of Lazarus, Palm Sunday, Easter, Pentecost and the conversion of Paul.This book is ideal for RE coordinators and teachers responsible for planning collective worship and KS2 class assemblies. The material is developed and field-tested at KS2.It includes practical ideas for creative learning using poetry, role play and drama and issue-based links into PSHE and Citizenship.It is suitable for children at KS2 (aged 7-11), head teachers and RE coordinators at primary level Clergy and church-based children's leaders invited to take assemblies in school."Eyewitness Assemblies" provides 15 ready-to-use assemblies ideal for the Spring term and Summer terms. The material is particularly suitable for schools running a five-term year, for those planning project-based work over the period of Easter, or for teachers wishing to link the themes of Easter to topical issues covered in PSHE and Citizenship. The material is presented as short stories giving imaginative 'first hand' accounts told from the perspective of someone who was there and is designed to help spark children's imagination and enabling them to get under the skin of the story. It is ideal for collective worship, as part of a class assembly, or a special service in church. Each assembly is stand-alone, whilst at the same time giving a clear and comprehensive picture of the part of the Christian story that led to Jesus' death and resurrection and the birth of the early Church.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Gaynor Cobb

Gaynor Cobb has worked in primary education for 17 years, teaching across Key Stages 1, 2 and 3. Her teaching responsibilities have included the co-ordination of RE/PSHE, Literacy, History and Special Educational Needs at Church of England schools in Kent and at St. George's School, Windsor Castle, where she taught Religious Studies and Humanities for Common Entrance Examinations. She is currently teaching in Windsor where she co-ordinates Literacy at KS2.

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  • Catalogue Code 266291
  • Product Code 9781841014968
  • ISBN 1841014966
  • EAN 9781841014968
  • Pages 128
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Children's Ministry
  • Sub-Category Activities/lessons
  • Publisher Barnabas
  • Publication Date Nov 2007
  • Dimensions 198 x 130 mm

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