Welcome to our Resources page, where you’ll find a variety of helpful resources to equip you and your school.
We are continually looking for Christian educational resources to recommend so would be pleased to hear from you with any proposed website links which fit with our aims and our desire to promote and support a Christian worldview in education.
[Whilst we are careful to recommend appropriate information and resources to benefit visitors to this website, each of the resources listed may not necessarily have the recommendation of all our members or supporting organisations.]
What If Learning
A website for teachers who want their classrooms to be places with a Christian ethos, whatever the subject or age group being taught. It explores what teaching and learning might look like when rooted in Christian faith, hope and love.
A character education curriculum project that uses The Chronicles of Narnia novels, by C. S. Lewis, in the school curricula. Universal virtues (such as wisdom, love, and gratitude) exemplified in the Narnia novels, offer common ethical ground to the schools of increasingly pluralistic societies.
Science Teaching Guides which aim to cover all the material required by the National Curriculum for 11-14 year olds but also provide additional information from a Christian perspective.The teaching guides make clear the distinction between established science and the way facts are interpreted by those holding different beliefs.
Life in all its fullness – A Christian perspective on dealing with bullying in schools
The Ten Must Know Bible Stories project partners with the Scottish Bible Society These assemblies are each linked to a Bible story and a health and wellbeing topic. You can choose to follow on from the assembly using our filmed mini lessons and standard resources.
The Bible Society has published a wide range of resources for use in secondary schools. These
- develop KS3 students’ Biblical literacy while they study Christian responses to the big questions around topics like the environment, suffering and poverty.
- include KS4 workbooks for all major specifications, allowing for independent study, peer and self-assessment. Bible passages and accompanying tasks allow for academic rigour and for students to develop a good level of understanding.
Bible Based Assemblies is a collection of some of our favourite assemblies that we hope will help you to plan effective Christian school assemblies quickly and easily (Scripture Union)
Free Assemblies – Big Start Assemblies has lots of ready-to-use assembly ideas, plans, media, games, scripts and songs.
There are 13 free Bible based assemblies covering ‘giants of faith’ and the rest are accessed with a subscription fee. The assemblies deal with important issues including friendship, anti-bullying, diversity, forgiveness and many more.
Activities and ideas for primary RE, collective worship, church home groups, children’s and families work or for faith in the home.
Christians in Sport have produced a number of resources designed to help teachers or people working in schools to speak to sportspeople in those environments. The assemblies are sport themed and are designed for use around major events and the lesson plans are for use in RS/RE lessons where possible.
Kids’ Talks with Colin is a special new video series featuring short talks, Bible readings, prayers and of course, music! Could be used in Primary assemblies.
RE and assembly resources from Good News For Everyone (formerly Gideons UK). The page also contains a link to order Bibles for your school.
Created by Urban Saints (subscription needed). Thousands of engaging and adaptable biblical sessions, training articles and support resources.
Here you will find SU’s range of free resources to help you plan and deliver great sessions- suitable for lessons or assemblies.