Imagine Schoolswork 2012

6 July 2012 — Leave a comment

Imagine is a one day schools work conference for Christian schools workers and this year is happening on Monday 3rd September in London.

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This is the third year the event has run and the organisers from schoolswork.co.uk are billing it as “an opportunity for visitors to schools to gather together and celebrate the start of a new academic year by reminding ourselves why we’re doing what we’re doing and how to be better connected with each other while we do that”. If you’re involved in going into schools as part of your work, then this will be a very useful day!

  • This year we will be about getting to grips with how the Bible sees education and what we can understand about our mission within that.
  • We will be hearing about a collection of challenges that schools workers around the UK are facing, after which will be an opportunity to dialogue about some of those challenges and how we might approach them strategically.
  • With space for worship, prayer, coffee and networking, we also want to bless and encourage you as you set out for a whole new year of ministry.  With input from Krish Kandiah, you will be inspired and commissioned to go out and serve across 2012 – 2013, making a difference in the lives of thousands of children and young people across the UK.

If you’re interested it is running from 10am – 3.30pm at London School of Theology, central London. The cost is £15 per person and it’s suggested you bring your own lunch. There will also be an opportunity to access schoolswork.co.uk resources at discounted prices!

Book online here

Jon

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I am a qualified youth worker, writer and consultant based in Littlehampton, UK. I’ve worked in the voluntary youth sector for over 12 years, am married to Kirsty and we have two daughters named Hope and Eloise.

Check out ‘Journeying Together: Growing Youth Work and Youth Workers in Local Communities‘ and read my opening chapter.

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