This term's theme: In this edition we are thinking about ‘stories’: the stories we tell children, the stories we tell ourselves and the stories that challenge and inspire us.
Master storyteller Michael Morpurgo who is featured in this edition reflects on how a story can bring painful and complex realities of our world to life, and might even suggest change. His latest story takes place on both sides of the Israel–Palestine ‘security wall’, enabling the reader to see from both sides. In this way literature takes us to a time and place we can’t go ourselves and draws us into a different reality.
For the secondary classroom we consider practical ways of identifying misinformation, and what both students and teachers can do once it is visible. For the primary classroom we present creative and thought-provoking approaches to telling faith stories through art, poetry and reflection.
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