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THE JERUSALEM TRUST RE RESOURCE GRANT SCHEME The Jerusalem Trust are making available to schools a number of grants to support the purchase of resources for teaching Christianity in Religious Education. These can include textbooks, teacher resources, artefacts, videos, tapes and CD-roms for use in RE lessons. The fund is open to all secondary schools in the UK, although priority will be given to non-church state secondary schools.

Secondary Focus

Summer 2010

The

Stapleford Centre

The maximum size of any grant is ÂŁ500. To apply download an application form from the Stapleford Centre website or e-mail us at admin@stapleford-centre.org.

FREE primary and secondary resources

www.stapleford-centre.org HOW TO ORDER

www.stapleford-centre.org

The place to resource your teaching . . . RE collective worship prayer poetry story books Bibles (class sets and individuals)

Online: www.stapleford-centre.org/bookshop Telephone: 0115 939 6270 or Fax: 0115 939 2076 E-mail: admin@stapleford-centre.org or post your order to The Stapleford Centre, The Old Lace Mill, Frederick Road, Stapleford, Nottingham, NG9 8FN A company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales, number 3371977 Registered Charity number 1063856 VAT number 695 1265 12

ÂŁ14.99

www.stapleford-centre.org

The Stapleford Centre online bookshop


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PSHE/Citizenship Contents

Postage (UK) and packing is included in the book price

PSHE Matters

7

Thank you for using our website

Citizenship for KS3 Jacqui Stephens & Jacqueline Needham

2 PSHE/Citizenship 3 Assembling Citizens 4-5 The essencial Bible reference series

The Stapleford Centre website has a comprehensive choice of books to support the teaching of RE, PSHE and Citizenship.

Online orders receive a 10% discount! Please quote ref: DM0410

Jesus through Art / The Bible through Art Margaret Cooling

6 Assembly books 7 Looking at the Bible, Jesus and Christianity through Art 8 Our website and how to order

Specifically written to match the KS3 programmes of study for Citizenship. The stimulating lessons and activities are ideal to deliver the PSHE contribution to the Citizenship curriculum but could also be used as part of a tutorial programme. Features: a sense of community and diversity; respect and tolerance; rights and responsibilities.

£17.99

Voices for Today

Both books contain: 24 large prints (12 paintings from the National Gallery, London and 12 works of art from around the world) photocopiable pupil activity sheets information on each work of art and the artist Bible stories related to the work of art aims and objectives Reduced from £27.50 talking points

£25.00

£15.00

Christianity through Art

Thought-provoking ideas for secondary RE and citizenship/PSHE

Margaret Cooling

A user-friendly resource for teaching key concepts of RE through art. Focussing on prayer, the Eucharist, Easter, forgiveness and birth through a variety of images by Christian artists.

Alison E. Cannon

Twelve units containing differentiated activities based about a Bible passage from the Hebrew prophets and Jewish exile in Babylon. Explores religious, social and personal issues and can be used within RE, PSHE or Citizenship. Love and justice Coping with strong feelings Responding to life’s challenges What values are important in society and to God? Responsibilities and benefits of belonging to a community For teachers in England, this book covers many of the themes for KS3 as recommended in the QCA’s National Framework for RE. Includes photocopiable pupil activity sheets, questions for further discussion or reflection and assessment ideas.

The Bible through Art looks at incidents in the Hebrew Bible as portrayed by book in Christian and Jewish artists. Jesus through Art looks at important events in the life of Jesus, showing Christianity as a living world faith.

Book includes: The CD contains 24 images for projection, 48 photocopiable pupil activity sheets templates and written 24 large colour prints differentiated activities support material for background information reflective activities the activities in the book. conversation points assessment activities

£22.99

£37.75

www.stapleford-centre.org

www.stapleford-centre.org/bookshop

These A3 books are packed with ideas and activities for exploring stories in the Bible.


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Assembly Books

Assembling Citizens

3

Assembly Rescue Service 2 An instant resource book Rob Hurd

SECONDARY SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES FOR ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Bests eller

Deals with questions of identity, attitudes to life and death, searching for happiness and more. Margaret uses 'real' people to illustrate the themes. Each assembly comes with a reflection and a prayer. Ready to use. £13.99

Done ‘n’ Dusted Ready to use assemblies for KS 3-4 Rob Hurd

Through the use of jokes, factual information, quizzes, stories and visual material, pupils are encouraged to engage thoughtfully with the assembly's content, enabling them to think about their lives in the context of the world around them. The assemblies need minimal preparation and are particularly suitable for use in church schools.

£16.99

30 assemblies for secondary schools on a broad range of subjects and special occasions. Each one has an aim, list of equipment (usually only pages from this book), introduction, talk, presentation ideas and a conclusion. Facts, real stories, fiction and jokes all combine to help pupils think through issues and events.

£16.99 Citizenship & Christianity Assembly material combining the two Clare Richards

This book is excellent value for money giving a wealth of ideas for assemblies. Topics covered include living in a diverse world, respect for property and the media. Each of the 11 sections has links to the citizenship syllabus, extra material, prayers and hymns and suggestions for follow up work in the classroom. A really useful resource.

£10.99

The content of Assembling Citizens is organised under eight themes: Self

. . . . . . .

www.stapleford-centre.org/bookshop

Margaret Laird

Awareness, Esteem, Development, Assessment, Management & Dependence

Relationships

The Assembling Citizens website has a vast online database of assembly outlines for Secondary schools related to PSHE and citizenship issues, with FREE current affairs assembly outlines being added every week. Used systematically, Assembling Citizens could form the basis of a whole school or year group assembly plan, featuring issues related to personal development and active citizenship. If your staff need help through training to improve the quality of your school assemblies, the Stapleford Centre has a team of experienced trainers who are available to deliver INSET at your school, or in your local area.

Communication, Friendship, Family, Peers, Valuing & Relationship skills

Healthy lifestyle

Personal, Mental, Physical, Emotional, Sexual & Spiritual health

Environment

Appreciation, Responsibility, Harmony, Development, Restoration & Sustainability

Citizenship and politics

Democracy, Voting & accountability, Difference & diversity, The rule of law & The just society

Active citizens

Getting involved, Character & integrity, Media, Community action & Global issues

Special occasions

Autumn, Christmas, Spring, Easter, Summer

Subscribe online £30.00 annually £15.00 one off subscribers’ fee

www.assemblingcitizens.co.uk

From Now to Eternity Fifty assemblies for older secondary students


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Essential Bible Reference

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Essential Bible Reference

Bible Facts & Figures

Bible Atlas

Tim Dowley

Tim Dowley

Informative Scripture tables, charts, diagrams and lists in full colour.

30 computer generated maps illustrating the biblical stories of the Jews.

New Testament Introduction

Bible Guide

Stephen Motyer

Tim Dowley

Contemporary study of the message of the New Testament writers.

Old Testament Introduction

Full-colour visual introduction to people, life and events of Old and New Testament times.

Mary Evans

Life in Bible Times

An outline of Old Testament history, its literature, an account of major teachings and a summary of the main elements of Old Testament religion.

Tim Dowley

A fascinating look at living in the times of Abraham, David and Jesus.

The Story of the Bible

People of the Bible

Tim Dowley

Revd Robert Backhouse

An ideal introduction to the fascinating story of how the world's most popular book was written.

A 'who's who' for more than 230 important and colourful characters in the Old and New Testaments.

The Tabernacle

The Jerusalem Temple

Tim Dowley

Revd Robert Backhouse

The Tabernacle's purpose, what it looked like and its relationship to the Temple.

The turbulent story of Herod's Temple in Jerusalem.

The World of the Bible

Revd Rob. J. Bewlwy

Tim Dowley

A colourfully illustrated survey of the history, geography and social backdrop to life in Bible times.

The Life of Jesus A beginner's study examining the life of Jesus Christ and his significant influence over the centuries throughout the world.

Each book ÂŁ1.99

www.stapleford-centre.org

www.stapleford-centre.org/bookshop

Illustrated information books exploring the life and history of Bible times.


4

Essential Bible Reference

Postage (UK) and packing is included in the book price

5

Essential Bible Reference

Bible Facts & Figures

Bible Atlas

Tim Dowley

Tim Dowley

Informative Scripture tables, charts, diagrams and lists in full colour.

30 computer generated maps illustrating the biblical stories of the Jews.

New Testament Introduction

Bible Guide

Stephen Motyer

Tim Dowley

Contemporary study of the message of the New Testament writers.

Old Testament Introduction

Full-colour visual introduction to people, life and events of Old and New Testament times.

Mary Evans

Life in Bible Times

An outline of Old Testament history, its literature, an account of major teachings and a summary of the main elements of Old Testament religion.

Tim Dowley

A fascinating look at living in the times of Abraham, David and Jesus.

The Story of the Bible

People of the Bible

Tim Dowley

Revd Robert Backhouse

An ideal introduction to the fascinating story of how the world's most popular book was written.

A 'who's who' for more than 230 important and colourful characters in the Old and New Testaments.

The Tabernacle

The Jerusalem Temple

Tim Dowley

Revd Robert Backhouse

The Tabernacle's purpose, what it looked like and its relationship to the Temple.

The turbulent story of Herod's Temple in Jerusalem.

The World of the Bible

Revd Rob. J. Bewlwy

Tim Dowley

A colourfully illustrated survey of the history, geography and social backdrop to life in Bible times.

The Life of Jesus A beginner's study examining the life of Jesus Christ and his significant influence over the centuries throughout the world.

Each book ÂŁ1.99

www.stapleford-centre.org

www.stapleford-centre.org/bookshop

Illustrated information books exploring the life and history of Bible times.


6

Assembly Books

Assembling Citizens

3

Assembly Rescue Service 2 An instant resource book Rob Hurd

SECONDARY SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES FOR ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Bests eller

Deals with questions of identity, attitudes to life and death, searching for happiness and more. Margaret uses 'real' people to illustrate the themes. Each assembly comes with a reflection and a prayer. Ready to use. £13.99

Done ‘n’ Dusted Ready to use assemblies for KS 3-4 Rob Hurd

Through the use of jokes, factual information, quizzes, stories and visual material, pupils are encouraged to engage thoughtfully with the assembly's content, enabling them to think about their lives in the context of the world around them. The assemblies need minimal preparation and are particularly suitable for use in church schools.

£16.99

30 assemblies for secondary schools on a broad range of subjects and special occasions. Each one has an aim, list of equipment (usually only pages from this book), introduction, talk, presentation ideas and a conclusion. Facts, real stories, fiction and jokes all combine to help pupils think through issues and events.

£16.99 Citizenship & Christianity Assembly material combining the two Clare Richards

This book is excellent value for money giving a wealth of ideas for assemblies. Topics covered include living in a diverse world, respect for property and the media. Each of the 11 sections has links to the citizenship syllabus, extra material, prayers and hymns and suggestions for follow up work in the classroom. A really useful resource.

£10.99

The content of Assembling Citizens is organised under eight themes: Self

. . . . . . .

www.stapleford-centre.org/bookshop

Margaret Laird

Awareness, Esteem, Development, Assessment, Management & Dependence

Relationships

The Assembling Citizens website has a vast online database of assembly outlines for Secondary schools related to PSHE and citizenship issues, with FREE current affairs assembly outlines being added every week. Used systematically, Assembling Citizens could form the basis of a whole school or year group assembly plan, featuring issues related to personal development and active citizenship. If your staff need help through training to improve the quality of your school assemblies, the Stapleford Centre has a team of experienced trainers who are available to deliver INSET at your school, or in your local area.

Communication, Friendship, Family, Peers, Valuing & Relationship skills

Healthy lifestyle

Personal, Mental, Physical, Emotional, Sexual & Spiritual health

Environment

Appreciation, Responsibility, Harmony, Development, Restoration & Sustainability

Citizenship and politics

Democracy, Voting & accountability, Difference & diversity, The rule of law & The just society

Active citizens

Getting involved, Character & integrity, Media, Community action & Global issues

Special occasions

Autumn, Christmas, Spring, Easter, Summer

Subscribe online £30.00 annually £15.00 one off subscribers’ fee

www.assemblingcitizens.co.uk

From Now to Eternity Fifty assemblies for older secondary students


2

PSHE/Citizenship Contents

Postage (UK) and packing is included in the book price

PSHE Matters

7

Thank you for using our website

Citizenship for KS3 Jacqui Stephens & Jacqueline Needham

2 PSHE/Citizenship 3 Assembling Citizens 4-5 The essencial Bible reference series

The Stapleford Centre website has a comprehensive choice of books to support the teaching of RE, PSHE and Citizenship.

Online orders receive a 10% discount! Please quote ref: DM0410

Jesus through Art / The Bible through Art Margaret Cooling

6 Assembly books 7 Looking at the Bible, Jesus and Christianity through Art 8 Our website and how to order

Specifically written to match the KS3 programmes of study for Citizenship. The stimulating lessons and activities are ideal to deliver the PSHE contribution to the Citizenship curriculum but could also be used as part of a tutorial programme. Features: a sense of community and diversity; respect and tolerance; rights and responsibilities.

£17.99

Voices for Today

Both books contain: 24 large prints (12 paintings from the National Gallery, London and 12 works of art from around the world) photocopiable pupil activity sheets information on each work of art and the artist Bible stories related to the work of art aims and objectives Reduced from £27.50 talking points

£25.00

£15.00

Christianity through Art

Thought-provoking ideas for secondary RE and citizenship/PSHE

Margaret Cooling

A user-friendly resource for teaching key concepts of RE through art. Focussing on prayer, the Eucharist, Easter, forgiveness and birth through a variety of images by Christian artists.

Alison E. Cannon

Twelve units containing differentiated activities based about a Bible passage from the Hebrew prophets and Jewish exile in Babylon. Explores religious, social and personal issues and can be used within RE, PSHE or Citizenship. Love and justice Coping with strong feelings Responding to life’s challenges What values are important in society and to God? Responsibilities and benefits of belonging to a community For teachers in England, this book covers many of the themes for KS3 as recommended in the QCA’s National Framework for RE. Includes photocopiable pupil activity sheets, questions for further discussion or reflection and assessment ideas.

The Bible through Art looks at incidents in the Hebrew Bible as portrayed by book in Christian and Jewish artists. Jesus through Art looks at important events in the life of Jesus, showing Christianity as a living world faith.

Book includes: The CD contains 24 images for projection, 48 photocopiable pupil activity sheets templates and written 24 large colour prints differentiated activities support material for background information reflective activities the activities in the book. conversation points assessment activities

£22.99

£37.75

www.stapleford-centre.org

www.stapleford-centre.org/bookshop

These A3 books are packed with ideas and activities for exploring stories in the Bible.


Postage (UK) and packing is included in the book price

Our website

THE JERUSALEM TRUST RE RESOURCE GRANT SCHEME The Jerusalem Trust are making available to schools a number of grants to support the purchase of resources for teaching Christianity in Religious Education. These can include textbooks, teacher resources, artefacts, videos, tapes and CD-roms for use in RE lessons. The fund is open to all secondary schools in the UK, although priority will be given to non-church state secondary schools.

Secondary Focus

Summer 2010

The

Stapleford Centre

The maximum size of any grant is ÂŁ500. To apply download an application form from the Stapleford Centre website or e-mail us at admin@stapleford-centre.org.

FREE primary and secondary resources

www.stapleford-centre.org HOW TO ORDER

www.stapleford-centre.org

The place to resource your teaching . . . RE collective worship prayer poetry story books Bibles (class sets and individuals)

Online: www.stapleford-centre.org/bookshop Telephone: 0115 939 6270 or Fax: 0115 939 2076 E-mail: admin@stapleford-centre.org or post your order to The Stapleford Centre, The Old Lace Mill, Frederick Road, Stapleford, Nottingham, NG9 8FN A company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales, number 3371977 Registered Charity number 1063856 VAT number 695 1265 12

ÂŁ14.99

www.stapleford-centre.org

The Stapleford Centre online bookshop

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