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Caring for God’s Acre Education Pack


Posted on September 8th, by admin in Activities, Case Study, Education, Tales and musings. Comments Off on Caring for God’s Acre Education Pack

Caring for God’s Acre Education Pack

Burial grounds and churchyards are wonderful places to learn.

The bilingual education pack we produced for Caring for God’s Acre contains a host of activities, ideas and inspiration for the exploration of burial grounds of all kinds. It is available in Welsh and English and includes detailed curriculum links to support planning in a range of subjects including science, art and design, English and history.

 High Praise

It has been great to work with such a thoughtful and professional person, able to run with our ideas and work flexibly to ensure that the pack both reflects the ethos of our charity but is also a useful resource, linked to both the English and Welsh curriculae.

Everyone within our organisation is delighted with the finished product and we have been receiving praise for it since it went live.

I would definitely wish to work with you again and would recommend your work to others.

Harriet Carty, National Project Manager Caring for God’s Acre

To quote from one Shropshire head teacher:

Wow! What a stunning piece of work. It’s rare to find something that ticks all the boxes but this does…..This is an exceptional piece of work. Beautifully presented, the pack is a perfect balance of useful information, pedagogy and practical, engaging activities for our children

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The education pack can be downloaded from caringforgodsacre.org.uk and can also be found on the TES resource sharing website.

To learn how we can assist you in developing an education resource please visit our Education & Learning page.





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