This terms' resource is from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE - Jewish People'.
'Ketubah example' is a certificate of a Jewish marriage ceremony. This resource explores the special items that Jewish people would have in their homes. Each pupil can relate to special items in their home - whether viewed from a religious or non-religious worldview perspective. In the book it explains ways to use this resource with your pupils. The book has several practical units that you can instantly use in the primary classroom.
This terms' resource is from the RE Today publication - Examining Religion and Beliefs "Jews".
Exploring Festivals Keywords contains a practical activity, ready to use in the classroom. Designed to be flexible and practical, for you to use and adapt in your classroom, the book includes a unit on the Jewish High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, aimed at 11-14s, but also helpful for GCSE. This free resource compliments the unit in the book.
Why join primary NATRE?
'Being an RE subject leader in a primary school can be isolated but being part of NATRE means you can make lots of connections and share ideas. By supporting NATRE we are really doing our bit to secure the future of the subject we love!’
Ashlie Dixon, KS1 Co-odinator, Boutcher CE Primary School
Why join secondary NATRE?
‘I love the fact that teaching RE is never boring, even after 20 years of teaching.
One thing that excites me about RE at the moment is the sense that the RE community are really beginning to think about the nature and purpose of RE and working
together to ensure that the subject is understood and valued.’
Joanne Harris, Head of Humanities
at Broughton High School