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What is sewa? Going beyond the Langar

This unit explores how Guru Nanak put sewa and equality at the heart of his community in Kartarpur. It offers a range of examples of ways Sikhs perform sewa and considers the value of this way of living.

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What is the well-dressed patriarch choosing this season?

What is the well-dressed patriarch choosing this season?

A presentation using the exhibition ‘Empty Hanger’ to explore the story of temptation from Genesis 3 and encourage fashion design and RE to link up.

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What makes an inspirational person? PPT

What makes an inspirational person? PPT

This slideshow supports the activities on pp. 10–14 of Inspiring RE: inspirational people.

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What matters for you about RE?

A questionnaire for 7-11s about their experiences of RE, from REtoday Autumn 2019 article: Primary Pupil Voice in RE.

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What would your pupils say about RE?

What would your pupils say about RE?

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What’s this about, then?

What’s this about, then?

A pdf of the article by Julie Grove on pages 16 - 17 and worksheets for the Odd One Out activity for under 7s.

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What’s this about, then? Odd one out activity

A pdf of the article by Julie Grove on pages 16 - 17 and worksheets for the Odd One Out activity for under 7s.

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What’s worth knowing in Judaism (p.46)

What’s worth knowing in Judaism (p.46)

This article by Sue Schraer will challenge your understanding of what to teach about Judaism.

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Where can we find 'Religion'?

Exploring a theme: Religion Around Me - Supplementary information for teachers

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Which communities do we belong to

Which communities do we belong to

RE Ideas: Community - Which communities do we belong to

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Whispering and Shouting Presentation

Whispering and Shouting Presentation

RE Ideas: God - Whisper and Shout: What words are worth it?

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Who can change the community

Who can change the community

RE Ideas: Community - Who can change the community

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Who is Guru Nanak and why is he important to Sikh people

This unit of work focuses on stories where Guru Nanak is the ‘lead character’, and his contribution to Sikhism is primary and foremost, but there are lots of stories about the other nine human Gurus as well: teachers can find many of these online, for example in RE Today’s webshop collection of digital stories and learning activities.

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Who is it? Where is it? Why?

Julie Grove is wondering why a picture of Jesus has been painted on the ceiling of a Hindu temple in Leicester. She is a member of the RE Today Editorial Team.

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Who promises?

Opening up RE: Promises - An activity to discuss who makes promises.

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Who was ...St Francis of Assisi?

Who was ...St Francis of Assisi?

This volume on the life of St Francis is part of the Short Books series of biographies of famous historical figures.

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