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  • INSPIRE Prayer Spaces « GenR8
    Praying for GenR8 Supporting GenR8 Financially Volunteer with GenR8 Contact INSPIRE Prayer Spaces INSPIRE prayer spaces is an initiative that enables key stage one and two pupils to explore values faith and spirituality from a broadly Christian perspective in a safe creative and interactive way A range of flexible resources and stations transform a school hall or classroom into a sanctuary of calm Each station has a theme which encourages pupils to consider their own views beliefs emotions and experiences in a safe environment INSPIRE is a flexible resource and brings an experiential dimension to a variety of subject areas and to pastoral aspects of school life INSPIRE works with schools and local churches to put on a prayer spaces day Click here for an INSPIRE flyer Click here to view INSPIRE picture gallery Read here what people say about our INSPIRE prayer spaces Winter term Inspire visited Bar Hill St Andrews Soham and Milton primary schools Summer term Inspire will be at Lt Thetford Histon Junior Bottisham Babraham and Oakington primary schools For more information on INSPIRE prayer spaces contact Steve Whyatt stevew genr8 org Share this Email Print Twitter Facebook Join the GenR8 Assembly Volunteers Watch our video

    Original URL path: http://www.genr8.org/prayer-spaces/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-05-02)
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  • Inspire Picture Gallery « GenR8
    with Under 5s Useful Links Engage Explore Express Material GenR8 Xtra Songs Links What People Say Get involved Elev8 Praying for GenR8 Supporting GenR8 Financially Volunteer with GenR8 Contact Inspire Picture Gallery This slideshow requires JavaScript Previous Events Share this Email Print Twitter Facebook Join the GenR8 Assembly Volunteers Watch our video to find out more Booking Co Ordinator Urgently needed 8 10 hours per term support and training provided

    Original URL path: http://www.genr8.org/inspire-pictures/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-05-02)
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  • It’s Your Move « GenR8
    It s Your Move Alongside the booklets GenR8 offers fun interactive and informative lessons led by teams including students from years 11 and 13 These students share their experiences and give encouragement to year 6 pupils approaching this major life change The interaction between year 6 students and visitors not too far removed from their age can be of great value Visits to school are with an adult team leader take place late in the Summer term and are usually accompanied with the It s Your Move booklets being presented to students as a gift from the local church The lesson includes Phobias quiz Small group work Chillometer Tips 4 survival Joseph poem For enquiries and bookings for July 2016 week beginning 4th July please email Julia Stone julias genr8 org Thank you very much for coming into school name with your team to talk to our Year 6 children about moving on to Secondary School The feedback we received from them was very positive and they were thrilled with their books We would very much like to welcome you back next summer Primary Acting Head Teacher Thank you very much for arranging this for the pupils They enjoyed the opportunity to listen to more experienced and hip youngsters and I think it may have allayed fears and phobias I really hope so Primary Head Teacher It was all very well organised and I appreciated the fact that the children were kept interested and engaged without being over excited I thought the team members were excellent and respected by the children I should think the opportunity to think through one or two scenarios and possible consequences of different actions would be particularly useful Primary Head Teacher Thank you for offering us the It s Your Move opportunity The children all

    Original URL path: http://www.genr8.org/its-your-move-plus/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-05-02)
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  • Joseph Rap (Video) « GenR8
    xcellr8 Weekend Working with Under 5s Useful Links Engage Explore Express Material GenR8 Xtra Songs Links What People Say Get involved Elev8 Praying for GenR8 Supporting GenR8 Financially Volunteer with GenR8 Contact Joseph Rap Video Share this Email Print Twitter Facebook Join the GenR8 Assembly Volunteers Watch our video to find out more Booking Co Ordinator Urgently needed 8 10 hours per term support and training provided Email julias genr8

    Original URL path: http://www.genr8.org/joseph-rap-video/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-05-02)
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  • RE Days « GenR8
    Children s Work Training Training Schools Work xcellr8 Weekend Working with Under 5s Useful Links Engage Explore Express Material GenR8 Xtra Songs Links What People Say Get involved Elev8 Praying for GenR8 Supporting GenR8 Financially Volunteer with GenR8 Contact RE Days Click here for more information on our RE days run by John Hardwick one of the founding members of GenR8 John uses a range of creative communication skills such as juggling story telling and music to explore themes in a fun lively and educational way Themes include Nobody s a Nobody What s so special about the Bible Easter Christmas Advent Harvest Being a Good Sport Go Global Thank so much for today s RE Day it is always a pleasure to watch the sheer joy and engagement of the children Clear messages delivered in such an exciting way Primary Head teacher For more information or to book email enquiries genr8 org or telephone 01223 237874 Share this Email Print Twitter Facebook Join the GenR8 Assembly Volunteers Watch our video to find out more Booking Co Ordinator Urgently needed 8 10 hours per term support and training provided Email julias genr8 org Partners in Prayer Lifting children schools GenR8

    Original URL path: http://www.genr8.org/re-days/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-05-02)
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  • Educational Rationale « GenR8
    development of all pupils through the provision of high quality collective worship and other aspects of religious education Under the framework for school inspection September 2012 schools are required to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that meets the needs of all pupils enables all pupils to achieve their full educational potential and make progress in their learning and promotes their good behaviour and safety and their spiritual moral social and cultural development GenR8 can also support other aspects of religious education social emotional and personal education e g PSHE SEAL the wider curriculum and pastoral areas of school life Through our work we encourage children to reflect on themselves others and the world around them think and respond to questions about the meaning and purpose of life explore aspects and traditions of the Christian faith We offer whole school presentations as well as initiatives focusing on specific key stage or year groups such as INSPIRE prayer spaces for Key Stage 2 and It s Your Move Plus for students in year 6 GenR8 operates within a Christian framework but most of our activities are suitable for children of different faiths or no faith at all For further information about

    Original URL path: http://www.genr8.org/educational-rationale/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-05-02)
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  • Head Teacher’s Perspective (Video) « GenR8
    Growing Young Leaders Holiday Clubs INSPIRE Prayer Spaces Inspire Picture Gallery It s Your Move Joseph Rap RE Days The Big Picture Train Up Children s Work Training Training Schools Work xcellr8 Weekend Working with Under 5s Useful Links Engage Explore Express Material GenR8 Xtra Songs Links What People Say Get involved Elev8 Praying for GenR8 Supporting GenR8 Financially Volunteer with GenR8 Contact Head Teacher s Perspective Video GenR8 has been visiting schools since 2001 Since then we have expanded the scale of what we do as well as the number of schools we visit but at our core remains a desire and commitment to serve schools with an educational as well as faith perspective Click on the above video link to hear from a local head teacher on the work of GenR8 Share this Email Print Twitter Facebook Join the GenR8 Assembly Volunteers Watch our video to find out more Booking Co Ordinator Urgently needed 8 10 hours per term support and training provided Email julias genr8 org Partners in Prayer Lifting children schools GenR8 in prayer To partner with us contact debbiej genr8 org Visit our Inspire Picture Gallery Go to top Search Our Website Search for LATEST

    Original URL path: http://www.genr8.org/head-teachers-perspective/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-05-02)
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  • Churches « GenR8
    Children s Work Training Training Schools Work xcellr8 Weekend Working with Under 5s Useful Links Engage Explore Express Material GenR8 Xtra Songs Links What People Say Get involved Elev8 Praying for GenR8 Supporting GenR8 Financially Volunteer with GenR8 Contact Churches GenR8 runs a variety of high quality events and activities for children in partnership with local churches primary schools and other organisations Click on the links below to find out more and to discover how you and your church could get involved All Age Services Assembly Presentations Chaplaincy Children s Worker Network Growing Young Leaders Holiday Clubs INSPIRE Prayer Spaces It s Your Move The Big Picture RE Days Train Up Children s Work Training Training Schools Work xcellR8 Weekend Working With Under 5 s Our vision is to continue to expand and develop our work supporting and enriching schools in SMSC RE and PHSE and providing resources for local church activities with children families and schools Share this Email Print Twitter Facebook Join the GenR8 Assembly Volunteers Watch our video to find out more Booking Co Ordinator Urgently needed 8 10 hours per term support and training provided Email julias genr8 org Partners in Prayer Lifting children schools GenR8

    Original URL path: http://www.genr8.org/schools/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-05-02)
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