Social, moral, spiritual & cultural education

With Ofsted placing great importance on SMSC (Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural) education, it's increasingly critical that schools can deliver this part of the curriculum in an exciting and relevant way - this is where Shine Live comes into it's own.

Shine Live addresses many key topics such as bullying, self esteem, peer pressure, relationships and decision making, encouraging young people to explore their feelings and reflect on the values they hold.

We aim to help students become more aware of their own self-worth and potential, while inspiring young people to creatively look for ways in which they can make a positive difference in their home, schools and local communities.

Shine Live in your school

Shine Live can be tailored specifically to a school programme and run within a time frame that suits you - sessions can be run as an enrichment group, individual day of term or during a focused Shine Live week in school..

We use professional musicians, theatre groups, trained sports teams and gifted communicators, leading a variety of activities in school though lessons and assemblies, promoting themes of ‘Respect, Community, Citizenship and Goodness’ - all of which are core values of the Christian faith and are also embraced by other mainline faiths.

All activities are designed to help students develop a sense of spirituality, identity and purpose.

If you have any questions for the Shine Live team, or would like to organise an event in your school, please get in touch with us.