Community Cohesion

Community Cohesion

Powerpoint with images (see lesson plan on how to use them) Activities also included on PP. I used the music 'Proud' by Heather Small when the images of Britain were being shown in the slideshow.
Owall
Assembly on Hannah Senesh - suitable for Holocaust Memorial Day

Assembly on Hannah Senesh - suitable for Holocaust Memorial Day

Ready written assembly with accompanying power point presentation on Hannah Senesh. Hannah was a young Jewish girl with a passion for writing. She enlisted for the British army and was sent on a dangerous undercover mission where she was captured and killed by the Nazi Gestapo. The presentation and assembly contain pictures, maps, prose and poetry. Has been used successfully for all Secondary key stages. This could be used for Holocaust Memorial Day or as a general assembly.
JewishTeachersAssociation
Religion and equality

Religion and equality

Designed for a 50 minute lesson for top set year nine but the pace is quick so would certainly suit a 60 as well with more time for lower sets. Used Religion and Life's Christianity and the roles of men and women but only the traditional and modern protestant attitudes as it was an introductory lesson to a new topic on religion and equality and year 9. If you have more time - the picture of Dawn french has a hyperlink attached to when she first arrives in the vicar of dibley - could be used to create discussion. I decided not to use it but left the hyperlink there. Was for an interview - got the job! Notes are added for guidance xx
matryoshkadoll
Poverty - Youth activities

Poverty - Youth activities

How much do your group actually know about what it's like to be poor in a developing country? Why are people poor? What's it got to do with us and what's the Bible got to say about it? This resource helps you tackle these issues head on, and includes lots of ideas for action and prayer that young people can take in response.
ChristianAid
Making moral decisions - Knife Crime

Making moral decisions - Knife Crime

I centred this around knife crime as it is something we are trying to educate pupils at our school so it was a great opportunity for a thinking skills group work lesson that incorporated sources of moral authority, religion and contemporary issues. Hope you find it useful.
chadwick77
Teachers TV: KS3 RE - Hindu Spiritual Pathways

Teachers TV: KS3 RE - Hindu Spiritual Pathways

Four young Hindus discuss their views on Hinduism and God. In this programme, four young Hindus share their understanding of what their religion means to them. They quiz four Hindu experts, including Jay Lakhani from the Hindu council of Brent, on the four pathways to God, reflecting on which pathway best suits their personalities. The issues covered in this programme relate to the religious beliefs and practices element of the national curriculum and provide a useful introduction to Hindu beliefs and practices. This classroom resource gives an introduction to Hindu beliefs and practices. It focuses on the four pathways to God - karma, raja, jnana and bhaki yoga - introducing the Hindu pluralistic approach to spirituality. Four young Hindus share their understanding of what Hinduism means to them and who or what God is. They quiz four Hindu experts, including Jay Lakhani from the Hindu council of Brent, on the four pathways to God, and reflect on which pathway best suits their personalities. The programme relates to the religious beliefs and practices element of the national curriculum. It is designed to be watched either in one viewing, or in separate sections. i.e:. What is Hinduism; What or who is God; A summary of the main Hindu beliefs; The four yogas or pathways to God; How do these four pathways relate to your personality? There is an accompanying programme, "Hinduism and Spirituality - A Lesson", showing how one teacher uses elements of this resource in her lesson.
Teachers TV
TRIAL of the RESURRECTION

TRIAL of the RESURRECTION

This book has been uploaded with the permission of the publishers First and Best in Education Ltd. Pupils' critical thinking skills are developed by examining the evidences and arguments about the resurrection of Jesus.
MTheol
Vegan Society School Speaker

Vegan Society School Speaker

The Vegan Society have trained school speakers available to visit your school and talk on issues they are passionate and knowledgeable about, covering topics relevant to National Curriculum subjects. They are able to deliver assemblies, lessons or workshops on themes such as a general introduction to veganism, global issues, environmentalism, ethics and morality and nutrition – and we also welcome your specific requests. www.vegansociety.com, youth@vegansociety.com, 0121 523 1738
EducationOfficerVS
Rastafari

Rastafari

BBC history of Rastafari - the religion that developed in Jamaica in the 1930s, following the coronation of Haile Selassie I as King of Ethiopia. Features Reggae and slavery Beliefs about race
TES_Community
Live Responsibly: An RE curriculum for global citizenship

Live Responsibly: An RE curriculum for global citizenship

This pack provides flexible and imaginative ideas for teaching global citizenship within RE classes. Supported by downloadable images and activity sheets, the pack investigates key topic areas. Each unit covers the topics that are core to both the religious education curriculum and the guidelines for citizenship education. The activities are designed to be used within the framework of a locally agreed or other syllabus and meet the QCA level indicators for attainment in religious education. Each unit follows a structure for learning and is skills-based.
LearnGG