We aim to provide and facilitate Christian and community input to the learning experience of children and young people in schools.  Our involvement is tailored to the needs of the school. We have a wide range of experience, and regularly lead assemblies, RE & PHSE Lessons, Mentoring, School Transition Sessions, Workshops, Clubs in both Primary and Secondary Schools.

We have built up some very strong partnerships with both Primary and Secondary Schools, as good relationships with pupils and staff are central to our work.

Assemblies & Lessons

We seek to deliver engaging and relevant school assemblies and lessons.  These have a foundation in the Christian faith and seek to support the schools RE and PHSE syllabus.  They enable the children and young people to grow and deepen their understanding of Christianity and reflect upon their own life, faith and values.


We run Christmas and Easter Workshops for Primary Schools, aimed for children in Years 4-6.  Each workshop aims to help the children discover the story and meaning of these Christian Festivals.  The Workshop lasts for about 90 minutes and includes a variety of activities and games.  

I thought the children really enjoyed this session and have taken a lot from it. It was a fun way for them to have some religious education. [I liked] the energy and thought it was well pitched at children’s level. (Member of Teaching Staff)


We are aware that education can be challenging for some children and young people.  Not because of their ability, but due to situations in their lives.  As a Christian Charity, we believe that God wants every person to be able to live life to the full and so are currently offering mentoring to both Primary and Secondary Schools.  The mentoring sessions can be run in small groups, or as 1:1 sessions, and are tailored to the needs of the children and young people.  The Mentors are from the Wycombe Team, who have experience of Children’s and Youth Work, have received training and are fully DBS checked.

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The Zone Clubs, offered to Primary Schools, are an opportunity for children to learn more about the Bible and Jesus; this is done through activities, games and discussions. The children have opportunity to connect to the wider community through the team of staff and volunteers that run the clubs.

If you are from a school and would like to know more about how we could support and work with you, please do not hesitate to contact us on tel.: 01494 522777 or email: