End-of-term quizzes for RE

Sian Evans
05th July 2017
question mark on paper in end-of-term RE quiz lesson

Embrace that summer feeling with this collection of light-hearted, end-of-year activities

With the summer holidays in touching distance, you can finally afford to take your foot off the peddle and really enjoy the last few lessons of term. Of course that doesn't mean learning has to stop!

We’ve collated the very best quizzes and games, covering a variety of religions and ethical topics, to ensure your hardworking students end the year on a high.

Quizzes

If your learners are talking about their far-flung holiday plans, why not jump on the global bandwagon with this world religions quiz? You'll not only cover the key aspects of all six major religions, but also create more culturally aware travellers.

Recap Christian practices and beliefs with this comprehensive team quiz, in which GCSE students are given three hints for each of the 60 keyword-focused clue cards. Alternatively, this six-round quiz on religious philosophy and ultimate questions is a great way of consolidating knowledge while having a bit of fun. 

Games

Why not captivate young learners using this simple game of dominoes with a twist? In this version, pupils match keywords to definitions about the Sikh faith. Or, for something involing the whole class, try this imaginative game exploring whether it’s always best to know the truth.

Dive head first into examining ethical dilemmas using this utilitarianism game, which sees students applying the Hedonic Calculus to a variety of scenarios in order to get the best score.  

Quick links

World Religions: Quiz

World Religions: Quiz

PowerPoint quiz about the world’s major religions:
• Christianity
• Islam
• Judaism
• Hinduism
• Sikhism
• Buddhism

What do you know about world religions?

35 questions
38 slides in total.
By CollEd

Christianity What Am I?! Game and Quiz to Cover Christian Practices and Beliefs and Teachings

10 pages and 60 individual clue cards for the game 'What Am I'?!

The game features three hints and pupils need to work in teams to write down the correct word. Great for getting to know the key terminology associated with the religion. Great, competitive game for your pupils!

Instructions are included in the download pack. Any other questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

Created with the WJEC / Eduqas RS GCSE in mind, though can be applied across specifications and qualifications. As an examiner for this specification, I have used what I know of the course to create this resource.

Please give feedback! I am always happy to respond to comments - whether positive or constructive - this will help to improve the quality of my resources in the future and, more importantly, the quality of pupils' RE/RS education in general - which is what we're all here for!
By CreativeRE

AQA B - Religious Philosophy & Ultimate Questions

A quick revision quiz to use with Year 11 to break up revison. Works well in pairs or small teams. Prizes always go down well!
By clare39

Sikhism Keyword Dominoes

These dominoes can be used as part of a lesson to check understanding of keywords and terms that students have learnt about the Sikh faith. Students match their keyword with the definition in a big game of dominoes which can be played as a whole class or as a matching game or print off the game to be played in pairs or small groups.
By theblinggirl

The Uncomfortable Truth Game

This is a game I created and use with Y9 as part of a SOW that addresses the question of 'What is real?'

This game features in a lesson on the Matrix and we explore whether or not students think it's always best to know the truth. The link to the film is made through the choice of the red and blue pill.

I devised the game in order to help students find reasons and give justifications for deciding to either stay in the Matrix, or leave and discover the truth.

It's necessary to print the game board as A3 and the cards as A4.
By RE Source

Utilitarianism Game

A board game to introduce the Hedonic Calculus to pupils. They apply the calculus to the different scenarios and work out which action would score best and therefore be the preferable course of action.
By victoriaanne

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