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I am a specialist teacher, in a department of 3 specialists. We study Christianity and Islam at GCSE (AQA) and Philosophy, Ethics and Islam at A Level (Eduqas) and so most resources will be around these topics/religions.

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I am a specialist teacher, in a department of 3 specialists. We study Christianity and Islam at GCSE (AQA) and Philosophy, Ethics and Islam at A Level (Eduqas) and so most resources will be around these topics/religions.
Holy Books and Sacred Texts in Islam
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Holy Books and Sacred Texts in Islam

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Information and some activites about the Holy Books in Islam: includes the Qur’an, the Injil and the Tawrat. Has a mini test and answers halfway through and a 12 mark AQA exam question at the end.
Comparison of Lent and Ramadan
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Comparison of Lent and Ramadan

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This is a lesson that compares Lent and Ramadan. Split the class into groups and give them different information from the slides to present back to everyone else. Everyone presents their information so the class can discuss and record differences and similarities in Ramadan and Lent. The plenary is an assessment about whether or not fasting is the best way to show your commitment to God. I use this lesson as part of a Year 7 SOW about the Five Pillars of Islam and after a unit of work on Christianity.
Design your own religious festival
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Design your own religious festival

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An easy, end-of-unit or end of year project based on religious festivals and ceremonies. Students can use prior knowledge of religious ceremonies and festival to create their own, celebrating anything they like. Students should think about the factors that make a religious ceremony and its importance. Aimed at year 8.
Feminism in Islam
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Feminism in Islam

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A lesson thst looks at the role and status of women in Islam and links to feminism, the pioneering work of Professor Aisha Abd Al Rahman: “bint ash shati” and the feminist view of Haleh Afshar. Made for WJEC/Eduqas A Level Religious Studies, Islam (Theme 3, D).
Islam Concept Mapping
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Islam Concept Mapping

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Worksheet that can be used for revision purposes. Students should link all the concepts in the bubbles to other bubbles and then write along the lines how and why the two concepts link together. Can be edited for specific themes eg the Mosque, or can cover the entire unit of work. I like to photocopy in A3.
Islamophobia (A Level lesson)
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Islamophobia (A Level lesson)

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A lesson made for WJEC/Eduqas A Level Religious Studies, Islam (Theme 3, F Western perceptions of Islam). Looks at whether or not Islam is accurately represented in Britain today and gives examples from political views (UKIP/Trump), views from media sources and online media. Includes an evaluative essay questions and mark grid.
Theme 1 Figures and Text Sources of Shari'ah A2
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Theme 1 Figures and Text Sources of Shari'ah A2

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Lessons for the A2 Educas/WJEC Islam A Level. These are lessons and activities for the 'D' part of Theme 1 'Religious Figures and Sacred Texts' (Theme 1 D,E,F) Includes A01 and A02 activities and can be changed to suit your group needs.
Theme 4 Religious Practices Sufism (E)
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Theme 4 Religious Practices Sufism (E)

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Lessons for the A2 Educas/WJEC Islam A Level. These are lessons and activities for the E part of Theme 4 'Religious practices that shape identity' (D,E,F) Sufism Includes A01 and A02 activities and can be changed to suit your group needs.
Theme 3 (A2) Significant social and historical developments in Islam  (A) state governed by Islam
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Theme 3 (A2) Significant social and historical developments in Islam (A) state governed by Islam

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Theme 3 A for A2 Eduqas Religious Studies – Significant social and historical developments (A, B, C) 6 lessons - A - Religion and society – state governed by Islamic principles. Includes: Political structure of Madinah as a model for any state governed by Islamic principle. Impact of the Constitution of Madinah. State governed by Islamic principles and political and social influence of religious institutions – Islamic leaders with sole authority. The role of Shari’a law in a chosen country - investigation. The challenges of Shari’a law within a non-Islamic secular state.
A2 Theme 3 (Part E) Islam and Migration Eduqas/WJEC
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A2 Theme 3 (Part E) Islam and Migration Eduqas/WJEC

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3 to 4 lessons for the A2 Islam Theme 3, Part E - Theme 3 – E Islam and migration: the challenges of being a Muslim in Britain today. Includes : Problems created by segregation and assimilation for Muslim communities and individuals living in Britain. Food, dress, practice of religion and education. Role and importance of the Muslim Council of Britain.
Theme 1 Figures and Texts - Muhammad and early Islam
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Theme 1 Figures and Texts - Muhammad and early Islam

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Powerpoints for Theme 1, section a, of the Educas/WJEC AS Level Study of Religion, Islam Perfect to adapt to your own students and link to the notes I also sell for the Educas A Level. It includes A01 information and A02 evaluation questions.
Muslim views about Jesus / Prophet Isa
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Muslim views about Jesus / Prophet Isa

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A lesson that looks at the Muslim / Islamic views of Jesus / Prophet Isa. I use this lesson as part of a Year 7 SOW about Islam, after we have covered Christianity. There is also an assessment at the end that asks whether or not Jesus means the sames to Christians and Muslims and looks for clear comparisons between the 2 views.
Theme 2 Religious Concepts - Risalah
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Theme 2 Religious Concepts - Risalah

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Powerpoints for Theme 2, section b, of the Educas/WJEC AS Level Study of Religion, Islam Perfect to adapt to your own students and link to the notes I also sell for the Educas A Level. It includes A01 information and A02 evaluation questions.
Buddhist attitudes towards the environment
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Buddhist attitudes towards the environment

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I use this as two lessons, to teach about Buddhist attitudes to the environment including: animal rights testing on animals controversy surrounding Tiger Temple vegetarianism global warming deforestation tree ordination