School Sample Lessons
A warm welcome to all teachers!
You have arrived at the Friends and Heroes School Sampler page which contains material for both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 lessons. (NB. Lesson plans also include RE Links for National Curriculum in England, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales)
(If you are looking for lessons to use in children's ministry please see the Bible Lessons page.)
We have two half-episode extracts (see below) from Friends and Heroes. Each demonstrates how the series tells Bible stories within the context of a fictional adventure story.
Four sample lessons, corresponding to these clips, are available to help you to consider how you might use Friends and Heroes in your school. These lessons can be downloaded by clicking on the links below:
Key Stage 1
Key Stage 2
You can also FREELY access all the School Lessons for KS1 and KS2 by clicking on the link below. (You will be asked to Log in to your account - don't worry if you haven't got an account, creating one is FREE and only takes a moment!) (NB. Lesson plans also include RE Links for National Curriculum in England, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales)
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I am a school teacher and a mum. My own children have loved them and watch them over and over. Their knowledge of bible stories is amazing - my six year old surprises me with his recall and it is because of the context of the DVDs. In school my class of six year olds enjoyed them so much they would ask every day when we would be watching the next episode and they were a regular feature during RE lessons and even snack time. They proved so popular that the school have subscribed. - MM
Click the image below to view the video excerpt
(including the story of Daniel in the Lions' Den).
To view the second FREE video excerpt with the story of Jesus feeding the 5,000 click here. (You will be asked to login to your account. Don't worry if you don't already have an account - creating one is FREE and only takes a moment!)
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