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  • 7 « GenR8
    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 7 Mar 10 2015 by Debbie Jackman No Comments Share Bookmark Twitter StumbleUpon Digg Delicious Facebook Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Comment Notify me of follow up comments by email

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  • 3 « GenR8
    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 3 Join the GenR8 Assembly Volunteers Watch our video to find out more Booking Co Ordinator Urgently needed

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    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 6 Mar 10 2015 by Debbie Jackman No Comments Share Bookmark Twitter StumbleUpon Digg Delicious Facebook Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Comment Notify me of follow up comments by email

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    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 5 Mar 10 2015 by Debbie Jackman No Comments Share Bookmark Twitter StumbleUpon Digg Delicious Facebook Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Comment Notify me of follow up comments by email

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  • 4 « GenR8
    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 4 Mar 10 2015 by Debbie Jackman No Comments Share Bookmark Twitter StumbleUpon Digg Delicious Facebook Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Comment Notify me of follow up comments by email

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  • 1 « GenR8
    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 1 Mar 10 2015 by Debbie Jackman No Comments Share Bookmark Twitter StumbleUpon Digg Delicious Facebook Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Comment Notify me of follow up comments by email

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  • Top Tips! « GenR8
    are relevant start from their world before moving to any unfamiliar concepts Have a good measure of control It s important that teachers don t have to spend the next lesson calming children down Try not to rush away if asked take time to have a coffee in the staff room consider this as part of your role Ask for feedback and constructive criticism if possible from both staff and students 10 Top Tips for Visiting Schools Be on time Do what you say you will do avoid hidden agendas Always look to build relationships Set high standards schools aim to Make sure there is good communication Be polite and have a positive attitude Sign in and out of schools unless otherwise directed Think about appropriate attire if not sure ask the school Remember we are visitors to the school even if we have been there before Remember to switch mobile phones off Always look to serve schools 12 Top Tips for School Visits to Churches Do make sure the building is open and ready in good time Do make sure the building is warm Do make sure there is a good friendly welcome for staff and students Do make use of your congregation s particular skills and interests Encourage them to see this as a positive community involvement Do plan a mixed programme Keep talking elements short Make sure there is physical movement Make it interactive Do allow children to roam freely at some point if possible e g for a church treasure hunt Do make it a visual experience by having displays photographs video clips etc of activities the congregation is involved in to show that it is a living community Do aim to make it a rich experience laughter discovery drama mystery colour music silence Do encourage the children and staff to relax and not treat the place as a museum Do think about toilets If your building is old and does not have adequate provision make sure the children are encouraged to go before they leave school Do make sure relationships are high on the agenda even though the primary purpose is an educational visit Do make refreshments available for staff and students 20 Top Ideas to Serve Your Local Primary School This list is by no means extensive but we hope it will inspire you to be creative in building positive relationships with your local primary school Become a voluntary helper i e listen to children read help with school trips school administration gardening join friends of fundraising group Support teachers and support staff in your church Support year 6 students with the its Your Move Books at the end of the school year Link this with a lesson and or assembly Hold a special service like a Christmas Easter or leavers service Welcome school groups to the church building for RE and special events Offer to buy resources i e books RE days Become a school governor or a member of the school board

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  • RE Visits « GenR8
    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 Visits The Agreed Syllabus 2007 Religious Education in Cambridgeshire states that one of the resources for primary RE is members of the local faith community participating as visitors to the school and speaking from their own faith positions These experiences can enhance learning about religion and learning from religion These are some of the things that a GenR8 visitor might be able to do Pupils hearing about Christianity and Christian activities Pupils asking Christian visitors questions and listening to their answers Pupils hearing stories about people who are important to other people Pupils hearing about people s own Christian faith stories If you would like GenR8 to help with RE visits please do get in touch You can email us at enquiries genr8 org 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

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