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Open the Book | Sharing Bible stories in primary schools

Help us bring Bible stories to life for every child in every primary school. Find out more about Open the Book, and how you can get involved.

Children don’t just Open the Book, but jump inside it

In Ghana, children are taking an active (and fun!) part in bringing the Bible to life through our Open the Book project in primary schools.

Support Open the Book

You can support the work of Open the Book in a number of ways. For each and every one of you who supports us in whatever way, you’ll be helping us to achieve our vision of bringing the Bible to life for every child in every primary school.

Open the Book in the heart of Westminster

Twenty years on from its humble beginnings, schools storytelling initiative Open the Book holds a national celebration in the capital.

I’m part of our local Open The Book team

I’m part of our local Open the Book team. We have just done the story of Jonah and the Whale. When we did Jonah, I was Jonah. I don’t know if I was cast for being grumbling and moaning. Jonah is quite fascinating. I think the story shows that you...

What it's like having Open the Book in your school

Volunteer teams bring the Bible to life in primary schools across the country every week. Head Teacher Louise Youngman shares the impact made by Open the Book in her school.

Open the Book reaches 2000 schools

Two thousand registered primary schools are now taking part in Open the Book and over 400 schools have registered for the scheme since October 2014. There are now over 11,000 volunteer Bible storytellers going into schools across the UK.

Bible Society and Open the Book establish new partnership

Bible Society and Open the Book have joined forces. Bible Society was established in 1804 to encourage the wider 'circulation and use' of the Scriptures. Open the Book began in Bedford in 1999.

Open the Book launches Art Competition in Cheltenham

Children from Cheltenham are being encouraged to produce a picture of their favourite Bible story for a competition run by Bible Society’s Open the Book.

Will you Open the Book for the next generation?

Open the Book volunteers are invited into thousands of primary schools – and yet there’s so much more we can do to reach the next generation.

Scilly Isles’ Open the Book ‘a big hit’ says chaplain

More than 120 children on the island of St Mary’s in the Scilly Isles have been taking part in Open The Book. And, the dramatic re-telling of biblical stories during assemblies has been ‘a bit hit’ according to chaplain, Canon Paul Miller.

Open the Book Competition Winners!

This year, as part of our 20th celebrations, we launched a competition for school’s to rewrite a Bible story in their own words or pictures.

Harvest Open the Book resources

Working with Trussell Trust we have produced a new Harvest assembly in English and Welsh

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