Christianity & Culture in Schools

Resources for curriculum areas and topic-based learning

Christianity & Culture's CD and DVD-ROMs provide a valuable source of high-quality images and concise text to support learning and teaching across a wide range of curriuclum areas and topic-based programmes of study. All specialist terms are explained through the on-page glossary and internal links between pages encourage further student-led exploration and help to build awareness of the wider context.

The resources provide a valuable range of material for use in many areas including:

  • History
  • Art
  • Literature
  • Citizenship
  • Religious Studies
  • Music
  • Design
  • General Studies

Whilst it is not permissible to load the content to an intranet, due to copyright constraints, the resources may be used on smart-boards and in Powerpoint presentations, as well as by students in their own work.

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Christianity and Culture's Primary Schools Pack

This free, downloadable pack is the first in a series of imaginative, ready-to-use toolkits to help you use your local parish church as an exciting learning resource both inside and outside the classroom.

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Using C&C resources: some comments

Images of Salvation: The Story of the Bible through Medieval Art

Fresh and illuminating. Just the resource creative teachers long to have.
Simply brilliant and a joy to use!

Adrian Brown, Assistant Head of Sixth Form, the Ecclesbourne School, Duffield

Pilgrims and Pilgrimage: Journey, Spirituality and Daily Life through the Centuries

'A wonderful collection of information and illustrations, particularly from the Christian tradition, which explores the human need for and appreciation of sacred spaces. A rich resource. Most accessible, lavishly illustrated, easy to navigate and authoritative. It would be excellent if every school had a copy of this CD.'
John Keast, Leading RE Consultant

'A quality CD-ROM. Easy to use, highly accessible. Fits well into the RE syllabus. The diversity of the material lends itself to either an overview or an in-depth look at pilgrimage.'
Revd Dr Howard Worsley, Director of Education, Diocese of London

'Highly informative with excellent illustrations from illuminated manuscripts and architecture - an indispensible resource.'
Prof. Eamon Duffy, Magdalen College, Cambridge