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Meet Arjan: a Sikh character from the primary books

A pdf sheet picturing Arjan, a regular Sikh character in RE Today primary books.

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Wales RVE Curriculum links: Exploring Sikh Worldviews (ERW5)

Links to the Wales RVE Curriculum (Welsh Government guidance on religion, values and ethics) for 'Exploring Sikh Worldviews'. See page 2 of the two-sheet pdf for a list of the Wales RVE links to sections from the book.

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What matters to many Sikhs? PPT (ERW5)

Exploring Religion & Worldviews vol 5: Exploring Sikh Worldviews - PowerPoint presentation 'What matters to many Sikhs? Belonging, remembering, living, caring' to support Unit 2.

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Why do Sikh people recite the name of God? PPT (ERW5)

Exploring Religion & Worldviews vol 5: Exploring Sikh Worldviews - PowerPoint presentation 'Why do Sikh people recite the name of God?' to support Unit 5.

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Which places are important to many Sikh people and why? PPT (ERW5)

Which places are important to many Sikh people and why? PPT (ERW5)

Exploring Religion & Worldviews vol 5: Exploring Sikh Worldviews - PowerPoint presentation 'Which places are important to many Sikh people and why?' to support Unit 3.

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ERW5 Unit 5: Why do many Sikh people recite the name of God?

Exploring Religion & Worldviews vol 5: Exploring Sikh Worldviews - Unit 5. 'Why do many Sikh people recite the name of God?'

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ERW5 Unit 4: How do Sikh people show their beliefs through action?

Exploring Religion & Worldviews vol 5: Exploring Sikh Worldviews - Unit 4. 'How do Sikh people show their beliefs through action?'

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ERW5 Unit 3: Which places are important to many Sikh people?

Exploring Religion & Worldviews vol 5: Exploring Sikh Worldviews - Unit 3. 'Which places are important to many Sikh people, and why?'

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ERW5 Unit 2: What matters to many Sikhs?

Exploring Religion & Worldviews vol 5: Exploring Sikh Worldviews - Unit 2. 'What matters to many Sikhs? Belonging, remembering, living, caring'

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Why do some people believe in God and some people not? - RS

This is the Resource Sheet from Year 6 for Lesson 4, Unit 42. In this unit, pupils will build on their understanding of the idea of God from some of the systematic units. They will put this in the context of both global and local beliefs. They will examine the rising number of people who identify as ‘no religion’ and learn to use the terms atheist, agnostic and theist with confidence. They will examine the idea of God using a psychological and theological lens before offering reasons why people may choose not to believe or believe in God. This resource is a RE Today Primary RE Curriculum component, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Why do some people believe in God and some people not? - AS

This is the Assessment Sheet from Year 6, Unit 42. In this unit, pupils will build on their understanding of the idea of God from some of the systematic units. They will put this in the context of both global and local beliefs. They will examine the rising number of people who identify as ‘no religion’ and learn to use the terms atheist, agnostic and theist with confidence. They will examine the idea of God using a psychological and theological lens before offering reasons for why people may choose not to believe or to believe in God. This resource 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 some people believe in God and some people not? - SK

This is sticky knowledge, Unit 42. In this unit, pupils will build on their understanding of the idea of God from some of the systematic units. They will put this in the context of both global and local beliefs. They will examine the rising number of people who identify as ‘no religion’ and learn to use the terms atheist, agnostic and theist with confidence. They will examine the idea of God using a psychological and theological lens before offering reasons why people may choose not to believe or believe in God. This resource is a RE Today Primary RE Curriculum component, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Why do some people believe in God and some people not? - L6

This is lesson 6, Unit 42. In this unit, pupils will build on their understanding of the idea of God from some of the systematic units. They will put this in the context of both global and local beliefs. They will examine the rising number of people who identify as ‘no religion’ and learn to use the terms atheist, agnostic and theist with confidence. They will examine the idea of God using a psychological and theological lens before offering reasons why people may choose not to believe or believe in God. This resource is a RE Today Primary RE Curriculum component, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Why do some people believe in God and some people not? - L5

This is lesson 5, Unit 42. In this unit, pupils will build on their understanding of the idea of God from some of the systematic units. They will put this in the context of both global and local beliefs. They will examine the rising number of people who identify as ‘no religion’ and learn to use the terms atheist, agnostic and theist with confidence. They will examine the idea of God using a psychological and theological lens before offering reasons why people may choose not to believe or believe in God. This resource is a RE Today Primary RE Curriculum component, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Why do some people believe in God and some people not? - L4

This is lesson 4, Unit 42. In this unit, pupils will build on their understanding of the idea of God from some of the systematic units. They will put this in the context of both global and local beliefs. They will examine the rising number of people who identify as ‘no religion’ and learn to use the terms atheist, agnostic and theist with confidence. They will examine the idea of God using a psychological and theological lens before offering reasons why people may choose not to believe or believe in God. This resource is a RE Today Primary RE Curriculum component, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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Why do some people believe in God and some people not? - L3

This is lesson 3, Unit 42. In this unit, pupils will build on their understanding of the idea of God from some of the systematic units. They will put this in the context of both global and local beliefs. They will examine the rising number of people who identify as ‘no religion’ and learn to use the terms atheist, agnostic and theist with confidence. They will examine the idea of God using a psychological and theological lens before offering reasons why people may choose not to believe or believe in God. This resource is a RE Today Primary RE Curriculum component, accessible exclusively to NATRE Primary and Cross Phase School Enhanced members.

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