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have told us....
"Thank you again for the Man Who Changed the World - I thought it was Fab and the children enjoyed it." June 2016
Schools that have taken up the exhibition:
Blue Coat Prep. Edgbaston
Christ Church C of E
City Road Primary
Fairway Primary Academy
Great Barr Primary
Grendon Primary School
Hawkesley Church Primary
Kings Norton Primary
Lightwoods Junior, Warley
Moor Green Primary
Northfield Manor Junior
Park Hill Primary
Pheasey Park Farm Primary
Primrose Hill Community Primary
Quinton Church Primary
St Albans Catholic Primary
St Bernadettes Catholic Primary
St Dunstans Catholic Primary
St Francis CE Primary
St George's CE Newtown
St Judes Catholic Primary
St Laurence Junior
St Margarets Primary, Gt Barr
St Martin de Porres Primary
St Pauls Catholic Primary
St Thomas CE Primary
The Oaks Primary
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic
The exhibition known as the “Life
Times of Christ” was
put together by Christians at
Details - The exhibition consists of five sections at which each Key Stage 2 Class spends an average of 10 minutes. At the end they complete a worksheet of 16 questions which is marked during time at the school and returned to them. As a parting gift they receive a gospel of Luke plus a take home worksheet in which there are quizzes and puzzles (answers being on the back page!)
The five exhibition sections are as follows:
1. Jewish Artefacts and model of first century Synagogue. Among the 12 artefacts many still used in Judaism today are explained to the children.
The next few sectors each consist of 6 boards on staging. They are 900 cm x 600 cm with bold and bright visual aids.
first of three is illustrating the cultural background:
details of jobs, village life, and sights and sounds of
3. The second picks up on the Bible narrative of Jesus' birth; choosing of his disciples, and his early ministry around Galilee.
4. The next section reflects what Jesus taught; a selection of parables, Jesus’ “I am” saying and the events leading up to Good Friday.
5. The fifth and final section deals with the elements of Easter Sunday and the start of the early church. The exhibition concludes with reference to ongoing work of 21st Century Christian organisations.
Approach -The exhibition is taught factually and historically with the presenters using key phrases such as “this is what Chrisrtians believe”, -“this is what the Bible says”, - “and this is what Jesus said”. There is no application of the material.
Many of the Key features of the exhibition reflect themes from the Birmingham Agreed RE Syllabus for Key stages 1 and 2.
range - Primarily designed
for Key Stage 2 classes years 3-6
for a duration of 75 minutes each.
requirements - Normally
the set up would take place the evening before ready for an
if (and it usually is) required. The Exhibition stands once
can be conveniently moved to the side should the hall been
another activity or to make space for lunch.
exhibition is run by a team of
presenters and in
all but a few circumstances would be
Each presenter has an up to date enhanced CRB which the school
on our arrival.
“Every child and staff member spoke highly of their experience. The resources and display you have are excellent quality.”
“A thoroughly enjoyable time was had by my group. They were kept interested and motivated the whole session and learnt a great deal.”
“Great exhibition, children thoroughly enjoyed it. It was pitched at the right level to allow the children to get the most out of it.”
An exciting change to R.E., which got all the children involved and everyone worked hard to learn something.”
“Both staff and pupils have commented on the high standard of your resources, your excellent presenter’s skills and knowledge of the Bible.”
“Staff and pupils alike thoroughly enjoyed their session and found the exhibition interesting, well organised and quite suitable for the pupils.”
“Pupils very much enjoyed working with the team, as no doubt you could tell from their enthusiasm and the fact they sat quietly and listened.”
“The children gained tremendously from the experience and I know that our Year 6 pupils were particularly impressed – because it fitted in so well with the R.E. work they are currently undertaking.”
Thank you so much for this morning it really did seem to go very well. Lots of people commented on how good it looked. Very much look forward to next term and we are planning of making a weeks focus around what you do.