eD 11 Prayer in Schools (2012)


In all the changes that have taken place in education, prayer remains a constant feature in schools and sometimes an under-used resource. Creative ideas and good practice are here backed up by examples of fresh ways of approaching prayer, demonstrating how and why it is so important to spiritual development and to the Christian ethos of church schools.

Potential audience:

Headteachers, teachers, governors, clergy, Diocesan Education Officers, Christian schools workers

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Author: Rupert Bristow

Rupert Bristow is a Reader in Folkestone, a retired Diocesan Director of Education, and the author of five books of prayers, including ‘Prayers for Education.’ He has taught overseas, worked in higher education, been a school and university governor, run a national educational charity, served as a member of Lee Abbey Council and was chair of Kent SACRE.

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