Prayer Spaces in Schools enable children and young people, of all faiths and none, to explore life’s questions, spirituality and faith in a safe, creative and interactive way.
Prayer spaces give children and young people an opportunity to develop skills of personal reflection and to explore prayer in an open, inclusive and safe environment. The approach purposely allows pupils to make their own meaning and to draw their own conclusions.
‘It was a calm experience and it was a way of speaking to God in peace and being able to pray about other people’Pupil in a Prayer Space
If you would like to know more about running a Prayer Space in your local school, you can sign up to training with the team.
Prayer spaces in schools give pupils a fantastic opportunity to explore prayer in a safe, engaging, creative and interactive way. As well as supporting RE, a prayer space is a calming, peaceful place in the midst of all the busyness of school life.
The training days, will inspire you with the vision and practice of prayer spaces, equip you with resources and ideas, give you an opportunity to try out some of the prayer activities and give you an insight into the impact of these spaces through the voices of children, young people and teachers.
If you are already running a prayer space, check out the resources Prayer Spaces in Schools have to offer.
You’ll find hundreds of prayer activities in the library, that have been tried and tested in prayer spaces in primary schools and secondary schools, church schools and community schools, and in lots of nations too. These prayer activities are being adapted and improved all the time.