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Lesson notes to support power point exploring the differences and similarities between Sunni and Shia Muslims.£CALL Out of stock
A power point exploring the differences and similarities between Sunni and Shia Muslims, sorting cards and lesson notes included.£CALL Out of stock
Sorting cards to support power point exploring the differences and similarities between Sunni and Shia Muslims.£CALL Out of stock
This volume on the life of St Francis is part of the Short Books series of biographies of famous historical figures.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Journey - Why and how is Hajj sacred for muslims£CALL Out of stock
A DVD resource designed specifically to introduce students to some of the key issues in humanism and atheism. A stimulating and engaging resource which represents excellent value for money.£CALL Out of stock
Kathy Bigio, who works in Lancashire advising early years teachers, shares some ideas that use jelly for RE. Is there no end to the scope of the subject? Can we get sponsorship from Jell-O?£CALL Out of stock
Exploring a theme: Worship - Why do Christians worship - A presentation enables pupils in RE to think about Christian worship for themselves.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Journey - Why do Jewish people celebrate Pesach every year£CALL Out of stock
The full unit taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people' which looks at Why Jewish people celebrate Shabbat and why it is important to them.£CALL Out of stock
This book is a good text to use instead of a textbook, a suitable primary source for religious learning. Ask a bright student to read it and summarise it in a talk to the class.£CALL Out of stock
This unit begins by reminding pupils that some religious people undertake ceremonies of public commitment. Using source materials from film, pupils write reports describing and explaining aspects of the Amrit ceremony and its significance. Next, pupils have to use evidence to decide whether or not two Sikh young people are ready to take part in the ceremony. Finally, they consider the relationship this has to a fictional adulthood ceremony. This work links well with work in English and PSHE.£CALL Out of stock
A PowerPoint packed full of activities to support the RE Today curriculum book 'Sikhs'. Exploring why people choose to become an Amritdhari Sikh.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - Christmas - Why does Christmas matter to Christians presentation£CALL Out of stock
This unit supports pupils enquiring into why Muslims choose to give Zakat, using a mystery activity, and also expects them to be able to extract key information to understand the Islamic practice.£CALL Out of stock
These are pages 22-26 of RE Today's curriculum book Inspiring RE: Living without God. Includes practical classroom activities.£CALL Out of stock