This week all the pupils in Years 7-9 will be stepping onto a fantastic, orange truck and into the GSUS Live classroom.
Once on board, pupils get to watch an exciting digital presentation, before computer screens rise up in front of their eyes, to allow them to complete thought-provoking issues such as fear, rejection and forgiveness. Pupils will be able to tackle existential questions, explore beliefs, teachings and practices, develop empathy and consider their own personal responses to the various scenarios they are faced with.
Having had the privilege of taking 7King on the GSUS truck today, I was able to witness just how impressive and engaging the live classroom experience was. There was a real buzz as pupils put their headsets on and worked through the various interactive tasks.
Special thanks to Andy Morgan and Reverend Paul Collins, who kindly gave up their time to lead today’s sessions. Andy has been involved in the GSUS visits to the school over a number of years, “It’s been a great opportunity to communicate the relevancy of the Christian faith through a brilliant multi-media resource. As a clergy team we have enjoyed getting to spend time with so many of the students and see them enjoying learning about the Christian faith in a novel way.”
GSUS Live is provided by Countries, a Christian charity that seeks to share the good news of Jesus Christ with communities across the country.
Truly, a ‘truck load’ of fun to be had by all!
Mrs Claire Duke, Team Leader - RE