We want to equip school chaplains so that you can help the students, staff and families that you work with to engage with the Bible.
Resources for primary schools include our Open the Book programme as well as ones specific for different events that take place throughout the year.
Open the Book
Open the Book (OtB) offers primary school children an opportunity to hear key Bible stories told by a team of Christians from local churches, who present the stories during assemblies or acts of collective worship.
Gospels in Schools
Take your pupils more deeply into the Gospel stories with this new resource for KS1 and KS2. Forty-two Gospel passages are accompanied by background information and questions that will introduce your pupils to new Bible passages and go deeper into well-known stories.
Good News Bible – Children's Rainbow Edition
Introducing the Good News Bible – Children’s Rainbow Edition: the best full-text Bible for children, designed with children.
Good News Bible – Family Edition Resources
Download and print off useful resources, watch a whole load of helpful and engaging videos to get the most out of the Good News Bible – Family Edition and explore the FAQ section.
Religious Studies resources for schools
Get Religious Studies resources for Key Stage 3 and GCSE (9–1) secondary school education.
Scripture tools and Chat-echesis to help nurture faith in Catholic schools.
Our selection of Lyfe resources help individuals and small groups to discover a deeper life with God. Each spiritual formation resource draws deeply on the Bible and spiritual practices that have inspired and sustained Christians throughout the centuries. Sessions are based around six key themes including prayer, social justice and the Bible. The sessions are easy to lead and highly relational. They’re suitable for groups of mature Christians as well as those new to the Christian faith.
Bible Society's Daily Reflections follow the M'Cheyne Bible reading plan, designed for those who want to read the whole Bible in one year. Each reflection focuses on one of its four daily chapters.
The Bible Course: Schools Edition
The Bible Course is an eight-session course, originally written for use in churches, that explores what the Bible is, what story it tells, and how that relates to your work in a school. This additional resource is intended to be used alongside The Bible Course to help you to apply the better knowledge and understanding of the Bible you gain from the eight sessions to your work in schools.
Join us as we visit key locations found in the Old and New Testament through a series of short films. Trekking with Andrew Ollerton you’ll experience Bible stories coming to life in a new way.