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About Us

Open the Book began in Bedford in 1999, when a group of Christians started presenting Bible stories in school assemblies.

The Storytelling Programme

Open the Book has produced four years of material to enable teams to present weekly Bible stories in primary school assemblies or acts of Collective Worship.

Events

If you are looking for Open the Book training in your area, please check our events list.

Schools

If you’ve ever struggled to come up with an interesting Bible-related school assembly, then Open the Book is for you.

Resources

If you are an Open the Book storyteller/volunteer and wish to access the resources, you will need to log into your account.

Clothing Shop

Buy Open the Book branded polo shirts, fleece jackets to wear whilst volunteering and more.

Props and costumes

Get ideas and inspiration for Open the Book assembly props.

Children ‘eager’ to hear Bible stories, conference told

Britain’s primary school children are ‘eager’ to hear Bible stories. That was the message today from Open the Book spokesperson, Val Ralston.

Teaching RE and need inspiration?

If you're a teacher looking for resources to use in the classroom for RE lessons then you could try Bibleworld or Open the Book. Bibleworld visits schools in Scotland and Northern England. Open The Book is offered by churches as a free service for ...

Bringing the Bible to life

Bible Society, Stonehill Green, Westlea, Swindon, SN5 7DG. Registered charity 232759