The aim of GSUS Live is to show that Jesus is relevant today. The GSUS Live mobile classroom creates a stimulating environment in which pupils can investigate Jesus’ teachings on forgiveness, fear, and rejection. Classes of secondary school pupils at KS3 take part in a 45-60 minute lesson in a multi-media environment, following the stories of one of three characters. Walk through a typical lesson here. The lessons meet the curriculum requirements for religious education and follow-up lesson plans for teachers are available on the GSUS Live website at http://www.gsuslive.co.uk.
GSUS Live is run by COUNTIES, a Christian charity which provides churches and schools with resources that make Christianity understandable in the 21st Century. They work in partnership with local churches, youth groups and other church organisations to bring GSUS Live to schools across the UK. Each GSUS Live visit is supported by a local volunteer team who help to set up the classroom and present the lessons. COUNTIES also run a mobile exhibition primarily aimed at Key Stage 2 schoolchildren.
Read more about GSUS Live at http://www.gsuslive.co.uk/.