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The Year in Colour

Kevin Mayhew

Product Code: 1501028

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Primary Assemblies for Christian Festivals and Seasons. KS 1-2
Key Stage 1 - 2

Primary Assemblies for Christian Festivals and Seasons.
The aim of this book is to make it as easy as possible to present creative and satisfying assemblies for primary-age children. The book follows the pattern of the festivals and seasons of the Christian Year, while being divided into autumn, spring and summer for easy reference to the school terms. At the heart of each assembly is a story that can be used individually or with others to build up a theme throughout a season.
Suitable for Key Stage 1-2
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Product Code1501028
NameThe Year in Colour
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorRachel Nicholls
ISBN9781844178018
Short DescriptionPrimary Assemblies for Christian Festivals and Seasons. KS 1-2
Pack Size1
Size297 X 210mm
Date Published2 Aug 2007
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The Year in Colour: Rachel Nicholls Review by Jill Biddle
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I have been using this book as a welcome addition to our resources for teaching through the liturgical year in a Church children's Group. I find the meditative style of story-telling very effective in engaging children of a broad age range and producing interesting and thoughtful responses in the "Moments to Wonder". These presentations do indeed, I think, offer a children's group leader the potential to "engage the hearts and minds" of young children. (Posted on 27/04/2010)
The year in Colour: Assemblies Review by Marguerite Roberts
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I have been using these assemblies since the beginning of the school year, both in a church primary school and in a larger county primary school. In each case the whole age range is at the assembly and the schools each have a complete range of children socially and academically.

I have spent fourteen years taking daily assemblies as a head teacher (or overseeing others taking them!) and know the pressures that surround this short but important time in each day's programme. These assemblies are quick and simple to organise, and can be taken properly with minimal prep time. The stories captivate the children and provoke very thoughtful responses, and the prayer suggestions have a light touch with both relevance and sensitivity. There is a low key reference to the liturgical season with an interesting explanation which is never overly didactic. All the material is accessible but is theologically sound and presented in such a way that the children both listen and comment. (Posted on 27/04/2010)

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Rachel Nicholls was originally a Congregational Minister before becoming an Anglican priest in the Diocese of Ely. She has worked with children and teenagers in school and church contexts for more than twenty years.

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AUTUMN
The beginning of the year – a story from Jeremiah
The colours of the Christian year
Harvest
Michaelmas
Saint Francis
The healing of Bartimaeus
All Saints’ Day
Saint Andrew
The Festival of Christ the King
First assembly for Advent
Saint Nicholas
Second assembly for Advent
Saint Lucy
Third assembly for Advent
Christmas
SPRING
Epiphany
Second assembly for Epiphany
The healing of the man with leprosy
Zacchaeus
Candlemas
Saint Cuthbert
First assembly for Lent
Second assembly for Lent
Saint David
Saint Patrick
Third assembly for Lent
Palm Sunday
Good Friday and Easter Sunday
SUMMER
Saint George
Second assembly for Easter
Ascension Day
The Day of Pentecost
Trinity Sunday
The parable of the Pharisee and the Publican
The healing of the paralytic
The parable of the Pearl of Great Price
The parables of the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin
Saint Columba
Saint Aidan
An assembly for the end of the school year – Saint Mary Magdalene

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