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Unit 26 - L1

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – L6

This is Lesson Plan 6 from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Unit 26 - L1

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – L5

This is Lesson Plan 5 from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Unit 26 - L1

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – L4

This is Lesson Plan 4 from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Year 4 PowerPoint slide

Year 4 - What does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today? – L1

This is the PowerPoint for Lesson 1 from Year 4, Unit 29. This unit develops and extends the learning from Unit L2.7 (Unit 27) entitled How do Hindus describe the divine? In this unit, pupils build on their understanding of Brahman and look at lived reality through examining Puja at home, worship in the mandir, and the festival of Diwali. Pupils will reflect on the idea of dharma through two stories which will sow seeds for examining this concept in more depth in Upper Key Stage 2. This PowerPoint is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Unit 26 - L1

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – L3

This is Lesson Plan 3 from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Year 4 - What do Hindus believe God is like? - LP

This is the Learning Pathways from Year 4, Unit 27. This unit begins to introduce Hindu Dharma to pupils, building on some encounters they may have had in EYFS and Key Stage One. In this unit pupils act as philosophers considering how Hindus might see the world. They look at the concepts of Brahman to build up understanding. They use some stories, examine some Hindu texts and consider how deities exemplify qualities of Brahman. This Assessment Sheet is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Unit 26 - L1

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – L2

This is Lesson Plan 2 from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Year 4 - What do Hindus believe God is like? - AS

This is the Assessment Sheet from Year 4, Unit 27. This unit begins to introduce Hindu Dharma to pupils, building on some encounters they may have had in EYFS and Key Stage One. In this unit pupils act as philosophers considering how Hindus might see the world. They look at the concepts of Brahman to build up understanding. They use some stories, examine some Hindu texts and consider how deities exemplify qualities of Brahman. This Assessment Sheet is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Unit 26 - L1

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – L1

This is Lesson Plan 1 from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Year 4 - What does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today? – Activity

This Activity Sheet for Lesson 5 is from Year 4, Unit 29. This unit develops and extends the learning from Unit L2.7 (Unit 27) entitled How do Hindus describe the divine? In this unit, pupils build on their understanding of Brahman and look at lived reality through examining Puja at home, worship in the mandir, and the festival of Diwali. Pupils will reflect on the idea of dharma through two stories which will sow seeds for examining this concept in more depth in Upper Key Stage 2. This Activity Sheet is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Unit 26 - LP

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – LP

This is the Learning Pathway from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Unit 26 - KO

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – KO

This is the Knowledge Organiser from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Unit 26 - SK

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – SK

This is the Sticky Knowledge from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Unit 26 - AS

Year 4 - For Christians, when Jesus left; what was the impact of Pentecost? – AS

This is the Assessment Sheet from Year 4, Unit 26. In this unit, pupils will find out about the events of Pentecost found in the Bible, considering which events would be needed to retell the story for someone else. They will begin to consider what the events found in Acts 2 might have meant for the first Christians and what they mean for Christians today. They will make links between the description of the day of Pentecost in Acts 2, the Holy Spirit and the Kingdom of God. Pupils will learn how Christians today show their beliefs about the Holy Spirit in worship and the way that they live their lives. This Knowledge Organiser is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Year 4 - What does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today? – AS

This Assessment Sheet is from Year 4, Unit 29. This unit develops and extends the learning from Unit L2.7 (Unit 27) entitled How do Hindus describe the divine? In this unit, pupils build on their understanding of Brahman and look at lived reality through examining Puja at home, worship in the mandir, and the festival of Diwali. Pupils will reflect on the idea of dharma through two stories which will sow seeds for examining this concept in more depth in Upper Key Stage 2. This Assessment Sheet is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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Year 4 - What does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today? – LP

This Lesson Plan is from Year 4, Unit 29. This unit develops and extends the learning from Unit L2.7 (Unit 27) entitled How do Hindus describe the divine? In this unit, pupils build on their understanding of Brahman and look at lived reality through examining Puja at home, worship in the mandir, and the festival of Diwali. Pupils will reflect on the idea of dharma through two stories which will sow seeds for examining this concept in more depth in Upper Key Stage 2. This Lesson Plan is part of the RE Today Primary RE Curriculum, accessible only to NATRE Primary School Enhanced members.

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