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SHAP Jubilee Award

Shap is seeking up to 3 teachers (aged under 35), ideally one each from the primary, secondary and special sectors, to award with the accolade ‘RE teacher of the future’. We are seeking nominees- you can nominate yourself – to receive an award of £500 for yourself and £250 for your school to spend as you wish, but ideally on further RE development and innovation.

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My Sikh Divali

Bandi Chhor Diwas resources and activities from Exploring a Theme Celebrations.

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Images of Sewa and Langar

Enlarged images from pg. 7 of Sikhs - primary RE Today publication from the Inspiring RE series.

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Writing Frame - Sikhs

Link up your ideas to each picture and retell the story of Nanak's trip to market. This activity has supports RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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A larger image of Guru Nanak and the Cobra

A larger image of Guru Nanak and the Cobra

A larger image of Guru Nanak and the Cobra. Sheltered by a snake - illustration. Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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Images portraying Sikhs in Britain

Images portraying Sikhs in Britain. Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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Questionnaire responses from young Sikhs - Kavneet

Young Sikh - Kavneet answers 'What matters most in Sikh life in Britain today?' Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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Questionnaire responses from young Sikhs - Parmvir

Young Sikh - Parmvir answers 'What matters most in Sikh life in Britain today?' Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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Questionnaire responses from young Sikhs - Satej

Young Sikh - Satej answers 'What matters most in Sikh life in Britain today?' Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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Questionnaire responses from young Sikhs - Simrat

Young Sikh - Simrat answers 'What matters most in Sikh life in Britain today?' Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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Large image of Amrit Sanskar

Large image of Amrit Sanskar

Image of members of the Khalsa taking part in Amrit Sanskar. Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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The important things about

The important things about

In the book, each poem follows a simple structure. It takes one key feature of the poem’s subject and uses this as the first and last line. Sandwiched in between these are several lines describing other features of the subject.

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Creative Incarnation

Liz Mills, who leads RE at Bottesford CE Primary School, wanted to enable her pupils to develop their understanding of the concept of Incarnation in Christianity across the 7–11 age group.

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‘God the guardian Singing Psalm 46’

‘God the guardian Singing Psalm 46’

Corrine Guntrip is part of the Learning Academy Partnership and the All Saints Teaching School Alliance. Here Corrine discusses how she used music to explore theological ideas with Ilsham C of E Academy Year 4 pupils.

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RE Ideas Literacy

The following suggestions all offer strategies for promoting debate in RE. They are applicable to almost any situation where there is disagreement within and between people of religious belief, as well as with those who do not follow any particular faith tradition. The six scenarios offered on p.31 give some starting points for debates. As you would expect, they need to accompany some subject knowledge if they are to be anything other than expressions of opinion. Indications of relevant subject knowledge are provided. These activities are designed to be used in different units, you would not use all of them in one unit of work.

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Why do some Sikhs choose to become part of the Khalsa ppt

Why do some Sikhs choose to become part of the Khalsa ppt

A PowerPoint packed full of activities to support the RE Today curriculum book 'Sikhs'. Exploring why people choose to become an Amritdhari Sikh.

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