Short set of questions about the UK which include colouring, writing, drawing as well as cut and sick. Pupils are asked to us the map to show their answers. There are eight tasks for this worksheet which include, draw lines to show where the boarders are, colour the four different countries to show which country is which, cut and sick 4 flags, draw the Union Flag, which country is not part of the UK, what continent is the UK part of, where are the capital cities and mark your own location.
Religious Teachings for Religion and Morality. Christian, Muslim and Sikh teachings on the elderly, euthanasia, addiction and drugs, crime and punishment & world poverty. Includes 90 different quotes across 5 topics. There are 18 quotes per topic; each topic has 9 quotes, each, from Christian and Muslim perspectives apart from ‘world poverty’ which has 9 quotes from the perspective of a Sikh, rather than a Muslim. Includes PowerPoint, staff quote list and student handout. “Students should consider different beliefs and attitudes to religious and non-religious issues in contemporary British society. They should be aware that the religious traditions of Great Britain are, in the main, Christian, and that religious traditions in Great Britain are diverse. They include Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism, as well as other religious and non-religious beliefs such as atheism and humanism. This knowledge may be applied throughout the assessment of the subject content.” Suitable for GCSEs and A-Levels