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Y1 - How do Christians Celebrate Christmas

How do Christians Celebrate Christmas? What matters to Christians at Christmas?

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Yawtown Black and White

Opening up RE: Respect - Yawtown black and white image

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Yawtown Colour

Opening up RE: Respect - Yawtown Colour image

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Yawtown: Living together in one world

Opening up RE: Respect - Yawtown: Living together in one world presentation

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Year 2 - Bible Stories about Moses

This is a unit about Jewish stories of Moses, which are also holy to Christians. Children learn about Judaism through exploring the main question, what stories about Moses do Jews love to tell? From the baby in the bulrushes, the burning bush, the Passover and Exodus and the Ten Commandments, children learn to explore Jewish ideas and celebrations through active learning.

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Year 2 - What makes some places special? Churches and Synagogues: What can we find out?

The emphasis is on understanding worship through studying Christianity and Judaism. Children may need to keep reviewing the meanings of terms like ‘Jew’ and ‘Christian’ to build up their understanding of what a religious identity means. This unit will help teachers to implement ‘Better RE’ by providing them with well worked examples of teaching and learning about sacred buildings and special places.

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Year 3 - How is faith expressed in Hindu community and tradition?

This unit supports the principal aim of RE: The principal aim of religious education is to explore what people believe and what difference this makes to how they live, so that pupils can gain the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to handle questions raised by religion and belief, reflecting on their own ideas and ways of living.

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Year 4 - Keeping 5 pillars of Islam

This unit of work is intended to enable pupils to understand the significance of the five Pillars of Islam, and to reflect on the sources of strength in their own lives. Many Muslim pupils will know a lot about Five Pillars from their own faith community, but the intentions here are to provide space for depth of thinking and developing understanding.

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Year 4 - Values: what matters most? Exploring right and wrong with Christians and Humanists: an RE investigation

This unit enables pupils to identify and investigate values in human life, and think about their own values, with special reference to the values of Christians and Humanists. The unit uses a pedagogy of conceptual development. Teachers should plan to introduce the key concepts of the unit carefully and reinforce their use for learning through all the lessons.

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Year 5 - What impact do people’s beliefs have in their lives? Spiritual expression.

This unit enables pupils to engage with spiritual ideas through the arts as they explore examples of creativity from three different religions. The focus is on engagement with Christian, Muslim and Sikh ideas explored through the arts. There is more work here on Christianity than can be covered, but the sections on Islam and Sikhism are important: these two religions are both prominent in many of our towns and cities.

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Year 6 - What Will Make Our Community Respectful

This is a special and original unit of RE and can be used for all pupils at any point in the age range 7-11, though probably best meets learning needs in Year 5 or 6. It provides for breadth and balance, and reference to all of the six principal religions in the UK, alongside the studies in depth of individual religions that schools will be providing at key stage two.

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Year 6 - What Will Make Our Community Respectful

This is a special and original unit of RE and can be used for all pupils at any point in the age range 7-11, though probably best meets learning needs in Year 5 or 6. It provides for breadth and balance, and reference to all of the six principal religions in the UK, alongside the studies in depth of individual religions that schools will be providing at key stage two.

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York Minster

York Minster

PowerPoint presentations showing the architecture and decorative interiors of York Minster cathedral.

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Your Wedding in the Church of England

Your Wedding in the Church of England

Your wedding in the Church of England is a section of the Church of England’s website designed to give those considering getting married in an Anglican church an idea of what is involved - both the practicalities and the nature of a Christian marriage.

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Z is for Zoroastrianism and other smaller religions

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at smaller religions and why they matter using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Zacchaeus

Zacchaeus

Stories are told in as simple a way as possible to enable children’s imaginations to act upon the essences of the story and to make connections between the stories and their own experience.

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