Biography

Together with Lizzie Henderson, Steph Bryant coordinates the three main strands of the Youth and Schools Programme: workshops for children and young people; training for teachers and influencers; and book and resource production (each supported by and feeding into educational research).

Steph holds a degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University specialising in Conservation Science, Ecology, Physiology, and Evolutionary and Behavioural Biology. She has been involved various conservation and communication projects since graduating, from studying wolves in Bulgaria, to frogs and salmon in Canada, and working with local communities and landowners to reduce human-wildlife conflict.

Steph is fascinated by the interactions of science and faith, and previously worked to coordinate the God and the Big Bang project, a Church of England schools’ science and faith communication project. She enjoys working with young people from a wide range of backgrounds, worldviews and ages and is particularly passionate about encouraging consideration of the roles and responsibilities that faith groups have in caring for the natural world.

For more on the work of the Youth and Schools Programme or to enquire about booking sessions for young people or training, see www.faradaykids.com or email kids@faraday.cam.ac.uk.

 

Relevant Publications:

  • Bryant & Henderson, ‘God Made Space’ (Lion-Hudson, 2020)
  • Bryant & Henderson, ‘God Made the World’ (Lion-Hudson, 2020)
  • Bryant & Henderson, ‘God Made Animals’ (Lion-Hudson, 2020)
  • (Contributing Editors: Henderson & Bryant) Taylor, ‘Book of Wonders’ (Scripture Union, 2020)
  • (Contributing Editors: Henderson & Bryant) Taylor, ‘Book of Wonders – Activity Book’ (Scripture Union, 2020)
  • (Contributing Editors: Henderson & Bryant) Hartman, ‘Where Do I Come From?’ (Lion-Hudson, 2020)
  • (Contributing Editors: Henderson & Bryant) Diamond-Conway, ‘Big World, Big Ideas’ (RE Today, 2020)
  • (Contributing Editors: Henderson & Bryant) Taylor, ‘Wonder Zone – Holiday Club’ (Scripture Union, 2020)
  • (Contributing Editors: Henderson & Bryant) Golding, ‘The Curious Crime’ (Lion-Hudson, 2018)
  • Bryant, Henderson & Daneel (2019) ‘Engaging Young People in Positive, Interdisciplinary Exploration of Science and Religious Faith’ in Science and Religion in Education – Contemporary Trends and Issues in Science Education (ed Berry Billingsley, ﷟Keith Chappell, Michael J. Reiss), Springer, pp 291-314

 

 

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The Curious Crime

Resources for Children and Young People

The Curious Crime

Julia Golding

£3.50

RRP £6.99

Wonder Zone Holiday ClubPaperback

Resources for Children and Young People

Wonder Zone Holiday ClubPaperback

Various

£8.00

RRP £13.00

Videos

Raising The Next Generation With Science and Faith

Lizzie HendersonSteph Bryant

Raising The Next Generation With Science and Faith

January 10, 2018