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Year 5 - Why is the Torah so important for Jewish people? – AS

This is the Assessment Sheet from Year 5, Unit 33. Within this unit, pupils will build on their learning about the Jewish worldview and way of life. They will build on their understanding that Jews are a diverse group of people by investigating Census data and reflecting on the different cultural heritages of British Jews. They will investigate the centrality of Torah through examining how a Sefer Torah is constructed, it’s place within the synagogue and how different Jews may interpret the Torah in diverse ways. They will consider how interpretation of Torah influences dietary choices. Finally, they will reflect on how Jewish practice is being adapted in the light of current thinking on gender and climate. This assessment sheet is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – L6

This is Lesson 6 from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – L5

This is Lesson 5 from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – L4

This is Lesson 4 from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – L3

This is Lesson 3 from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – L2

This is Lesson 2 from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – L1

This is Lesson 1 from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – SK

This is the Sticky Knowledge from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This Sticky Knowledge is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – RS

This is the Research Sheet from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This Research Sheet is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – KO

This is the Learning Pathway from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This Learning Pathway is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – KO

This is the Knowledge Organiser from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - How can following God bring freedom and justice? – AS

This is the Assessment Sheet from Year 5, Unit 35. Within this unit, pupils will find out about the story of the Exodus, sequencing key events and considering different interpretations. Pupils will make clear connections between Bible texts studied and what Christians believe about how God can help during difficult times and how they should behave. They will explain ways in which some Christians put their beliefs into practice by trying to bring freedom to others. Later in the unit, pupils will investigate the ten commandments, considering why the People of God were given these and what they mean for believers today. This assessment sheet is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today? – L6

This is Lesson 6 from Year 5, Unit 32. In this unit, pupils will extend their learning about Muslim beliefs about God, the Prophet and the Holy Qur’an. They will find out about Muslim sources of authority and how they guide daily living for believers. Pupils will learn about ibadah and links to the Five Pillars, festivals, and places of worship. They will learn about submission, obedience, generosity, self-control and worship; making clear links to how these are lived out in the lives of Muslims today. Pupils will also spend time finding out about the lived experience of Muslims in Britain today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today? – L5

This is Lesson 5 from Year 5, Unit 32. In this unit, pupils will extend their learning about Muslim beliefs about God, the Prophet and the Holy Qur’an. They will find out about Muslim sources of authority and how they guide daily living for believers. Pupils will learn about ibadah and links to the Five Pillars, festivals, and places of worship. They will learn about submission, obedience, generosity, self-control and worship; making clear links to how these are lived out in the lives of Muslims today. Pupils will also spend time finding out about the lived experience of Muslims in Britain today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today? – L4

This is Lesson 4 from Year 5, Unit 32. In this unit, pupils will extend their learning about Muslim beliefs about God, the Prophet and the Holy Qur’an. They will find out about Muslim sources of authority and how they guide daily living for believers. Pupils will learn about ibadah and links to the Five Pillars, festivals, and places of worship. They will learn about submission, obedience, generosity, self-control and worship; making clear links to how these are lived out in the lives of Muslims today. Pupils will also spend time finding out about the lived experience of Muslims in Britain today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Year 5 - What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today? – L3

This is Lesson 3 from Year 5, Unit 32. In this unit, pupils will extend their learning about Muslim beliefs about God, the Prophet and the Holy Qur’an. They will find out about Muslim sources of authority and how they guide daily living for believers. Pupils will learn about ibadah and links to the Five Pillars, festivals, and places of worship. They will learn about submission, obedience, generosity, self-control and worship; making clear links to how these are lived out in the lives of Muslims today. Pupils will also spend time finding out about the lived experience of Muslims in Britain today. This lesson is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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