Before the February half term holiday, we were invited into Woodthorpe Primary to lead some lessons with year 5 on the topic of 'Is God Real?' The lessons were a great chance to help the children explore why Christians believe that God is real. We started the lesson by talking about why we believe that World War 2 happened, even though none of us were there. This drew out the point that it is possible to believe in something you may not have seen yourself because just like WW2, there is evidence for God's existence. We then used the lesson to talk about 3 main evidences for the existence of God: creation, Jesus and our personal experience. The children seemed to really enjoy the lessons and even the teachers commented that they had learnt a lot from them.