Why do some Sikhs choose to become part of the Khalsa

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.


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