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Along with the Diocesan Board of Education we are keen to be able to support schools with resources.

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Please come back again as we are continually updating the resources.  We want to do lists of books to help children with life issues; resources for your spirituality spaces and much more.

God Made Me And You by Shai Linne £13.99
God Made Me And You by Shai Linne £13.99

Because children learn from family members, media, or peers, parents and caretakers have a responsibility to teach their children what God has to say about the beauty of diversity in his image-bearers, with a particular focus on ethnic diversity. This colorful and compelling children's book serves as a resource and lifelong gift for children and parents, helping families understand diversity from a biblical perspective and with a clear picture of the beauty and glory of God.

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Colorfull by Dorena Williamson £11.99
Colorfull by Dorena Williamson £11.99

Imani and Kayla are the best of friends who are learning to celebrate their different skin colors. As they look around them at the amazing colors in nature, they can see that their skin is another example of God's creativity! This joyful story takes a new approach to discussing race: instead of being colorblind, we can choose to celebrate each color God gave us and be colorFULL instead.

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Made by God Tony Evans £13.50
Made by God Tony Evans £13.50

Dr. Evans explains in simple terms that we all are created in the image of God. We may look different, come from different places, and have a little or a lot, but God loves and values us equally. Therefore, we should love and value others as He does. It also introduces children to the concepts of diversity, unity, and racism from a Christian worldview and gives them practical suggestions on how they can stand up for what’s right when they see injustice occurring.

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The Bad Dream by Nicola Fairbairn £3.99
The Bad Dream by Nicola Fairbairn £3.99

Joshua was lying in his bed wide awake. A bad dream had woken him up and he couldn't get back to sleep. Having a nightmare is really scary! It can make us feel anxious, worried and upset.

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Mummy's New Baby by Nicola Fairbairn £3.99
Mummy's New Baby by Nicola Fairbairn £3.99

‘It was nearly the end of the summer holidays. In two weeks, Mummy was going to have her new baby.’ Getting a new baby brother or sister is really exciting! But sometimes such a big life-change can make us feel scared or worried too. Read about how Mummy, Daddy, Joshua and Rosie are getting ready for their new baby and discover what God says about how valuable we are to Him.

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Sports Day by Nicola Fairbairn £3.99
Sports Day by Nicola Fairbairn £3.99

Do you love running races like Joshua? Or do you worry about sports day like Rosie? However you feel about sports day, find out what God thinks about the things you are good at and discover what's even more important to God than being good at running.

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Hues of You by Lucretia Carter Berry £11.99
Hues of You by Lucretia Carter Berry £11.99

Every person's skin has a particular shade or hue that we can appreciate. Children naturally wonder: Why are there so many skin colours? Why do I look a lot like some people and different from others? Which words best describe my skin colour? But sometimes we feel uncomfortable talking about skin tone, ethnicity & race. Inside these pages, kids will get to explore the ways each of us is uniquely designed and discover positive, creative ways to think & talk about the wonderful diversity of hues.

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Life Issues

Resources For Teachers

Talking to Children About Race by Loretta Andrews & Ruth Hill £12.99
Talking to Children About Race by Loretta Andrews & Ruth Hill £12.99

Do you want to raise anti-racist children? Do you long to learn but are too scared of saying or doing the wrong thing? Then Talking to Children about Race is for you. But before we start talking to our children, we must start chatting honestly with one another. Broadcaster Loretta Andrews and the educator Ruth Hill had been friends for years before the shocking death of George Floyd made it impossible not to dig deeper into the topic of race and how to explain racism to their children.

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