Despite regulations requiring UK schools to provide daily acts of worship, only 17 per cent of secondary schools fully comply.
Fifty per cent of state-maintained schools don't comply at all (in junior schools the record is far better).The reason is often that staff don't have the necessary convictions, the skills or the time.
This creates a major opportunity for Christians.This work explains how to talk to young people and how to approach schools, suggests suitable topics and offers numerous examples drawn from the author's own experience.
Richard Dyter also provides ten sample outlines (five primary, five secondary), and lists useful contacts and resources.
Several appendices outline helpful facts about schools.