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More information on Symbols of Faith and Signs of Belonging: Why are they important?

Symbols of Faith and Signs of Belonging: Why are they important?

Lat Blaylock

... Blaylock This PDF unit is designed to help pupils learn about some of the intended meanings from a range of symbols. The unit considers religious symbols and their meanings for Hindus, Christians and Muslims and pupils are given the opportunity to deepen their understanding of some religious concepts ...

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More information on Light and Dark: What do these symbols mean?

Light and Dark: What do these symbols mean?

Lat Blaylock

... Dark: What do these symbols mean? Lat Blaylock This PDF unit explores the symbolism of light and darkness, asking: How do religious people use these symbols? Examples come from Jews, Hindus and Christians. Using art and story, pupils learn about the nature ...

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More information on Special People

Special People

Edited by Joyce Mackley

... Special People Edited by Joyce Mackley Inspirational role models often draw their own inspiration from their religious faith. This book uses the individual stories of key figures from each of the six major faiths, including Aung San Suu Kyi, Desmond Tutu and Mohandas Gandhi, to ...

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More information on Home & Family

Home & Family

Edited by Joyce Mackley

... Home& Family Edited by Joyce Mackley For many families, following a religious tradition together is an important part of daily life. This book provides some ways into exploring how families celebrate special events and worship God within the home. For many families, following a ...

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More information on Stories About God

Stories About God

Edited by Joyce Mackley

... wonderful resource for learning. Used sensitively, faith stories can enable children to start asking questions about the nature of God and enrich their religious vocabulary. The book contains stories about God from five world religions and provides practical strategies to help pupils explore the messages and meanings ...

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More information on What can we learn from visiting a sacred place? Visiting places of worship in RE

What can we learn from visiting a sacred place? Visiting places of worship in RE

Lat Blaylock

... features and artefacts found in sacred places and the importance of special or sacred places in their own lives and those of others. Exploring religious phenomena: The unit models a particular way of learning in RE- enquiring into the phenomena of religion. By making careful observations ...

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More information on Questions: Ways of Living

Questions: Ways of Living

... on how people live and reflect on their own ways of living. This book explores questions raised by diverse ways of life, both religious and non-religious. Students can consider the demands of living the simple life, according to Francis of Assisi, as well as an ...

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More information on Questions: Identity and Diversity

Questions: Identity and Diversity

Stephen Pett

... : Identity and Diversity Stephen Pett This book helps students to think about their own identity, to consider ways in which the media handle religious diversity. This book focuses on questions of religious and non-religious identity, exploring some of the diverse responses within the UK and beyond ...

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The Monkey King KS1 and Handbook as PDF

... The Monkey King KS1 and Handbook as PDF Six traditional stories ideal for introducing Buddhist values, as part of RE, SMSC or Citizenship education. Three Jataka tales- The Monkey King: greed, heroism and mangoes!- The Lion and the Jackal: trust and ...

More information on RE Ideas: Expressive Arts

RE Ideas: Expressive Arts

Fiona Moss

... Arts provides teachers with creative ideas for teaching RE that explore the use of creativity within religion to express beliefs and celebrate important aspects of religious life for believers. RE Ideas: Expressive Arts provides teachers with creative ideas for teaching RE that explore the use of creativity within ...

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