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Shabbat imagining a day of rest

A lesson idea to use with your pupils. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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Shabbat interview with Evie and Beth

Hear what children have to say about Shabbat. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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Shabbat timetable

An timetable showing what happens on Shabbat. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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Shahadah - Whisper to a new baby

RE Ideas: God - Shahadah - Whisper to a new baby in Islam

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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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Sharing equally (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Sharing and visiting the Gurdwara for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds).

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Shiva Parvati image

A copy of the Shiva and Parvati image from Bristol Hindu temple.

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Should the state fund 'schools with a religious character'?

Should the state fund 'schools with a religious character'?

Denise Cush (Resource volume 25 issue 2, spring 2003)

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Sikh festival of Vaisakhi (home learning)

A piece of home learning about the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi for pupils in KS2 (7-11 year olds).

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Sikh Interview

Sikh Interview

Interview with Gurdev

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Sikh Meditation

Sikh Meditation

Sikh Meditation is a film clip from CLEO which shows Luckbinder Kaur-Jauhal introducing Sikh meditation to a class of primary pupils. The explanation to the class is clear and to the point; the video shows the pupils taking part in an activity which helps them understand something of what it is like when a Sikh meditates.

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Sikh Stories

Sikh Stories

Sikh Stories for Children is a vast searchable database of stories from the Sikh tradition told for young people of all ages. Stories can be downloaded onto your computer and there is also the facility to subscribe via iTunes to receive them as podcasts.

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Sikh way of life

Manni Kaur’s story.

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Similar and different (home learning)

A piece of home learning about belonging for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds).

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Similarities and Differences Activity

Opening up RE: Belonging - Similarities and Differences Activity Template

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Simon and the Easter Miracle: A Traditional Tale for Easter

Simon and the Easter Miracle: A Traditional Tale for Easter

This is a beautifully presented book, retelling the story of Jesus' birth with sensitivity and depth. It is also a book with a wealth of possibilities for the classroom.

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