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Christian values

Bible Story links to our School Christian Values.

We have six core Christian Values which permeate through the life of the school;

Friendship bible-and-story-links-to-our-school-christian-values.friendship

Forgiveness bible-and-story-links-to-our-school-christian-values.forgiveness

Perseverance  bible-and-story-links-to-our-school-christian-values.perseverance

Respect  bible-and-story-links-to-our-school-christian-values.respect

Honesty  bible-and-story-links-to-our-school-christian-values.honesty

Hope  bible-and-story-links-to-our-school-christian-values.hope

The idea behind these story and bible links is to give children across the school an insight into each of our different School Christian values and also to be able to relate this to their own ideas and experiences both in school and at home.

There is a link made between a secular story and a Biblical one. If parents prefer they may substitute other stories they consider relevant to the value, but making sure that they retain a Biblical story which demonstrates the value from a Christian perspective. The theological basis, or Christian teaching about each value is included with each template. More detailed reference can be accessed from www.christianvalues4schools.co.uk

Although the attached template for each value gives suggested book titles and Bible stories, another source of reference is Values for Life from the Diocese of Gloucester, Jumping Fish publications.

The objects used within each story should reflect the different elements of the stories so that children can re-tell or re-enact the stories themselves.

Pictures give an added visual stimulus which reflect the ideas incorporated within the value being explored. These can be sourced through Google or any appropriate photos.

The prayer and appropriate Bible verse included in the table reinforce learning about our Christian Value.

These Christian Value story links may be used as part of an RE lesson or in collective worship, particularly if led by the children themselves. They can if led by the children themselves. They can also be used at home with their families to allow the children to deepen their understanding of the school Christian values.

The ideas given in the templates are starting points to engage children, to deepen their understanding of our Christian values and to allow them to respond to the given stimulus.

Roots and Fruits is a resource to support primary schools in promoting the teaching of Christian Values. We use this resource to support our teachings in Collective Worship.

The 18 values are;

  • Courage
  • Truthfulness
  • Thankfulness
  • Compassion
  • Hope
  • Wisdom
  • Justice
  • Friendship
  • Service
  • Responsibility
  • Forgiveness
  • Respect
  • Creativity
  • Humility
  • Perseverance
  • Peace
  • Generosity
  • Trust
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