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4.2 Lives of unbelief: extended interviews (IW02)

Investigating Worldviews vol 2: Investigating Non-religious Worldviews. Resource 4.2: 'Lives of Unbelief' extended versions of the interviews on pp 18-19 of book. Includes thumbnail photos for reference only. Text and images by Aubrey Wade. (2 sheets)

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Why do Hindus want to be good?

Year 6 - Why do Hindus want to be good? – L6

This is lesson 6 from Year 6, Unit 39. In this unit, pupils will build on their learning about the Hindu worldview and way of life with particular progression from the units on ‘what do Hindus believe God is like?’ and ‘what does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today?’ They will build on their understanding of dharma. Pupils will hear and interpret the story of the man in the well form the Mahabharata. They will investigate the key concepts of Karma, Dharma and samsara and how this might affect how a Hindu chooses to live their life using the example of two charities. This PowerPoint is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Why do Hindus want to be good?

Year 6 - Why do Hindus want to be good? – L5

This is lesson 5 from Year 6, Unit 39. In this unit, pupils will build on their learning about the Hindu worldview and way of life with particular progression from the units on ‘what do Hindus believe God is like?’ and ‘what does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today?’ They will build on their understanding of dharma. Pupils will hear and interpret the story of the man in the well form the Mahabharata. They will investigate the key concepts of Karma, Dharma and samsara and how this might affect how a Hindu chooses to live their life using the example of two charities. This PowerPoint is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Ramadan Guidance for Schools and Educational Settings: PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Ramadan Guidance for Schools and Educational Settings

This position paper presents guidance to schools and wider educational establishments on how to accommodate and support the fasting student, and fasting Physical Education (PE) teacher. Section 1 provides the context with an explanation of Ramadan, and the practical implications of Muslims’ experience. This also includes key definitions of events which take place throughout Ramadan, and an infographic outlining the 33-year Ramadan cycle.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? RS

This resource sheet for lesson 2, is from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? AS

This Assessment Sheet from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? KO

This Knowledge Organiser from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? L1

This PowerPoint is lesson 1, from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? L2

This PowerPoint is lesson 2, from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? L3

This PowerPoint is lesson 3, from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? L4

This PowerPoint is lesson 4, from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? L5

This PowerPoint is lesson 5, from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? L6

This PowerPoint is lesson 6, from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? LP

This Learning Pathway from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - For Christians what Kind of King is Jesus? SK

This Sticky Knowledge Quiz is from Year 6, Unit 41. In this unit, pupils will find out about parables from the Bible and learn that most Christians believe that Jesus told some parables to share what the Kingdom of God is like and to invite people to join God’s kingdom by letting God rule in their hearts. Pupils will learn about different ways that Christians may interpret these texts, exploring how believers put their beliefs into practice in a variety of ways, including through worship and service to the community. Pupils will spend time discussing what the parables that Jesus told might mean for Christians today and how they may have an impact on how Christians live. Pupils will focus on the parable of the great banquet and the parable of the unforgiving servant. Pupils will also find out about ways in which many Christians try to make the world more like God’s Kingdom by challenging unjust social structures in their local area and around the world. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 6 - Why do Christians believe that Jesus was the Messiah? LP

This is the Learning Pathway from Year 6, Unit 38. In this unit, pupils will learn about the concept of ‘incarnation’ and how it fits within the big story of the Bible. They will study key texts that recount the story of Jesus’ birth and the links Christians make to Old Testament prophecies. Pupils will study and discuss selected texts alongside key Christian beliefs, using theological terms. They will consider the idea of Jesus fulfilling the expectations of the Messiah, within Christian tradition, and consider the importance of this for Christians today. This is a component of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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