has, with several technical upgrades, been open to schools since 2006 and visited by over 100,000 pupils. It is well tried and tested, trusted and enjoyed by thousands. It is popular, so popular in fact that we created
Key to Life
to take the pressure off bookings, only to find that we still have huge demand for the
has been developed with the help of education specialists to encourage children to question, to challenge and form their own opinions on the story of Jesus.
“Life is a fantastic experience for the children, thoroughly worthwhile,” Ann Griffin, Head Teacher, Cardiff.
“Teachers of RE all over Britain need dynamic, authentic and exciting ways of enabling pupils to think hard about Christianity. The Life Exhibition continues to deliver this….” Lat Blaylock, RE Advisor, RE Today Services Editor, RE Today magazine.
To read more quotes from teachers and see a detailed flow diagram of lesson content please download our brochure.
To access other user useful resources, please visit our downloads section.
Here’s where you can find all the information you need about
the LIFE Exhibition. We are confident that you and your
children will find your visit to LIFE a rewarding one. If you have any
more questions that are not answered by this website, feel free to
contact our Project Co-ordinator, Kevin Baldwin by email or on 07968
Who runs LIFE EXHIBITION
The LIFE Exhibition is a COUNTIES project. COUNTIES is a UK-based
Christian charity. Through its workers, publications and exhibitions,
COUNTIES provides churches and schools with resources that make
Christianity understandable to all ages in the 21st Century.
LIFE builds on the success of other COUNTIES mobile exhibitions,
as GSUS Live, which have been visited by hundreds of thousands of
pupils and adults in recent years.
LIFE is available to schools free of charge through the sponsorship of
local hosting churches. The project is funded by the voluntary
contributions of Christian trusts, individuals and churches.
The LIFE Exhibition is an educational experience with active
learning opportunities, matched to the Non-Statutory Guidelines for
Religious Education in England and Wales, and meeting the requirements
for locally Agreed Syllabi. Using tablets, with text, graphics, DVD and
sound, the exhibition is a ‘hands on’ interactive learning experience.
LIFE tells of the life of Jesus, his Jewish roots, his teaching and
miracles, and his death, burial and resurrection. The final area of the
exhibition is the LIFE Café, where pupils can have refreshments and
discuss what they have seen and experienced.
For schools that have been invited to visit LIFE by a
local church or group of churches, there are loads of downloadable
resources and additional information available.
If you have recently visited LIFE, we really do value your feedback.
You can help us by completing our very brief feedback form.
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DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS
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We’ve collated some useful resources on this page, both for schools
who are soon to visit LIFE and those who have recently been to the
You should already be in contact with an organiser from the local
hosting church(s) and will have received a Teachers’ Pack.
Many of the following documents are available as hard copies in that
pack, or can be downloaded here:
visit procedures and approximate timings
from Teachers and Children
to the RE Non-Statutory Framework
Issues and the Life of Jesus
Plans following a visit to the LIFE Exhibition
Line - prophesies
Works - miracles
Talks - sayings
Please don’t hesitate to contact the local organiser if you have any
questions or issues you wish to discuss.