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workstations within the exhibition. At the end of their session they took away the workbooks they had completed and were given a copy of “Wild by Luke”, the captivating story of Luke’s Gospel..


An Open Evening was held on Wednesday to give adults a chance to come along and see the exhibition.


Overall 355 children and 130 adults (including teachers and volunteers) at tended the exhibition through the week.


Here are some comments received from teachers: “I thought [Bibleworld] was an


excellent way to engage the children in this subject area.”


...they were positive about the Bibleworld experience and in class engaged well.”


“ [Local church volunteers] were helpful in supporting the pupils during the tasks.”


“Activities are meaningful and appropriate – pupils enjoyed the experience.”


“I think the comic version of Luke’s Gospel is so much more approachable for children, especially in upper school. They were very eager to read their copies.”


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