GSUS parks up at Soham Village College as students get to grips with Christianity

PUBLISHED: 09:49 25 March 2013 | UPDATED: 09:49 25 March 2013

Soham Village College have the Religious Education bus visiting, year 7 pupils (l-r) Rebecca and Anna work with the interactive screens

Soham Village College have the Religious Education bus visiting, year 7 pupils (l-r) Rebecca and Anna work with the interactive screens

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CHRISTIANITY was brought into the 21st Century at Soham Village College as religious studies students were treated to a visit from the GSUS Live trailer.

The trailer was packed full of interactive multimedia and computers for the pupils to get to grips with, offering an insight into Christian teachings and traditions.

Religious studies lessons were held in the trailer throughout the week at the college, with hundreds of pupils passing through,

Kirsten Wade, head of RE, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for us as there are only two of these trailers travelling the country, visiting both primary and secondary schools, so it is a privilege for them to be visiting us.”


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