Life Exhibition

Life ExhibitionThe Life Exhibition is a multi-media experience designed for primary school children which complements and works alongside existing RE teaching. Using interactive tablets, QR codes, graphics, quizzes, films, songs and a discussion café, Life helps children learn – in just over one hour – about the story of Jesus and his relevance today. The exhibition is FREE to schools thanks to the sponsorship of local churches and Counties. It is aimed at KS2 children, although sessions can be shortened to include children in YR3. It visits an average of 20 towns or cities per year and unpacks into a public hall or church building, where children from several local schools can come in to be hosted each week.

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Dates for your diary

5th - 14th Sept Bethesda Cardiff
17th - 25th Sept Monmouth Baptist Church
26th Sept - 4th Oct Littlehampton Churches Together
5th - 12th Oct Swanfield Chapel Chichester
15th - 19th Oct St James C of E West Bromwich
23rd - 31st Oct Barnsley Methodist Church
1st - 9th Nov St Peter and St Paul Church (CSWH) Hastings
12th - 21st Nov Challenge Community Church Hereford
23rd -25 Nov 3Generate Southport

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Counties innovative resources visit thousands of school children every year, helping them learn more about the Christian faith. Click here to request a brochure to find out more

See the three resources in action »

Life Expo LogoLife Exhibition has, with several technical upgrades, been open to schools since 2006 and visited by over 100,000 pupils.

Key to Life Logo Key to Life?  is a new £250,000 mobile education unit which delivers elements of the existing RE syllabus.

GSUS Live LogoGSUS Live  has been used in over 800 UK secondary schools since 2000 and visited by around 500,000 students. In 2016 the units were given a £150,000 upgrade.