Bible story assemblies in our local schools
'I like Open the Book assembly because it is funny'
Joseph, age 5.
'I like Open the Book assembly because it teaches us about God'
Liam, age 6.
'I like Open the Book assembly because I like the way things come down from the top of the screen and I like the things they use to make the stories fun'
Callum, age 7.
'I like the stories at Open the Book assemblies'
Jessica, age 5
'I like Open the Book assembly because I like the clothes they wear and I like the way they made the animals. I liked the story about the tower and the string which pulls it up and all the people couldn't understand each other'
Mollie, age 6.
Open the Book is headed up by Leslie Mitchell. Leslie along with her team of dedicated helpers take this lively and enthralling story telling method of well known Bible stories into local schools around Sudbury and surrounding villages.
This is a national initiative to get Bible Stories back into schools through dramatic and engaging enactment of the key stories using the Lion Storytellers Bible.
Angels, Shepherds, even an Ark and animals all help get God’s message across to children in primary school assemblies.
9.30 - 10.30am Hillside x2 (senior & primary)
9.00 - 9.20am Tudor
1.00pm - 1.45pm Bures
10.15 - 11.00am St Gregory's
9.30 - 10.15am St Joseph's
2.15 - 3.00pm Pot Kiln
10.15am Great Waldingfield
1.05pm Glemsford (x2)
2.45 - 3.15pm Boxford
2:45 - 3.30pm Hartest