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We create and provide teaching resources for Religious Studies, Citizenship, PSHE and whole school Literacy and training. We also design and make fun educational games for students to play. Check out our resources below!

We create and provide teaching resources for Religious Studies, Citizenship, PSHE and whole school Literacy and training. We also design and make fun educational games for students to play. Check out our resources below!
Religion From Animism to the modern day
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Religion From Animism to the modern day

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Group or individual project where students begin as an early tribe and slowly develop a religion from Animism through Shamanism, Polytheism and eventually towards Monotheism or Secularism. Designed to take approximately 2-4 lessons with worksheets and activities throughout. Includes an introductory match activity showing the worlds religions. Great as a Summer KS3 project!
The Qur'an
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The Qur'an

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A single lesson on the Qur’an, including worksheet, stretch and challenge questions and lower ability keyword help sheet. Main powerpoint needs mini-whiteboards - if there are none available use the “no WB” file instead.
The Great Debate - Starter, tutor time and more!
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The Great Debate - Starter, tutor time and more!

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The Great Debate is a selection of 160 debate questions on 32 easy to print out cards, great for starters, tutor time or full scale debates. Students choose one of 5 debate questions from their card to discuss with their neighbor, group or as part of an individual activity. Additionally students can also take one of 24 Constructive / Destructive response cards, useful for helping students understand the difference between good (constructive) responses, such as using logic and reason - and poor responses such as making up facts or using opinion as fact. A wide range of topics with a mix of difficulty on each card. Includes pdf for easy printing and .pub file for editing.
My Mood Journal
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My Mood Journal

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Give students a daily journal to track their mood every day. Includes tracking symbols, mindfulness colouring pages and a monthly tracker. Includes a weekly worksheet for easy printing in PDF and PUB formats and a copy of the 'My Mood Journal' Ebook for students to track up to 6 months of moods. Ideal for mental health, PSHE, SEN and anyone who wants to make a journal! Fantastic self-improvement book to help students keep track of all the good things in their daily life. Grab those colouring pencils and have a great day, week and month! Also available in printed form from the below: http://amzn.eu/iUaDu5n http://amzn.eu/4bwmTRl -or- http://www.lulu.com/shop/simon-palmer/mood-journal-calm-waves/paperback/product-23344872.html
Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies test questions - Christianity units
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Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies test questions - Christianity units

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50 exam questions for the Christianity section of GCSE Religious Studies - A revision tool to help students get practice and revise for their upcoming exams - great as a starter, plenary or suprise test! Includes helpful hints for each question and can be moved through sequentially for just one type of question or randomly using the buttons on the powerpoint. Great for showing the different types of questions that can come up in the exam, including 50 2,5,8 and 15 mark questions covering the entire Christianity section, designed to test students knowledge across the whole course. Macro enabled powerpoint allows you to skip easily to random questions
Christmas Literacy Quiz 2018
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Christmas Literacy Quiz 2018

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30 Christmas questions updated for 2018 including full PPT and worksheet for easy printing. A range of differentiated questions to get students thinking. An excellent addition to any lesson around Christmas time. Can be used together or a section each day as a starter activity. Fits into the ‘Literacy Time’ series of work, any literacy based activity or any fun quiz element to a lesson!
Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies test questions - Islam units
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Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies test questions - Islam units

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50 exam questions for the Islam section of GCSE Religious Studies - A revision tool to help students get practice and revise for their upcoming exams - great as a starter, plenary or suprise test! Includes helpful hints for each question and can be moved through sequentially for just one type of question or randomly using the buttons on the powerpoint. Great for showing the different types of questions that can come up in the exam, including 50 2,5,8 and 15 mark questions covering the entire Islam section, designed to test students knowledge across the whole course. Macro enabled powerpoint allows you to skip easily to random questions
Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies test questions - All Philosophy units
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Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies test questions - All Philosophy units

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130 exam questions for the Philosophy section of GCSE Religious Studies - A revision tool to help students get practice and revise for their upcoming exams - great as a starter, plenary or suprise test! Includes helpful hints for each question and can be moved through sequentially for just one type of question or randomly using the buttons on the powerpoint. Great for showing the different types of questions that can come up in the exam, including 130 2,5,8 and 15 mark questions covering the entire philosophy section, designed to test students knowledge across the whole course. Macro enabled powerpoint allows you to skip easily to random questions
Equality in Sikhism
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Equality in Sikhism

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Euqality in Sikhism, group or at-home research task. Contains three main quotes with questions to discuss in groups / research and extention ‘Western philosopher’ quotes for higher level students. A powerpoint printable resource taken from the below link. Can also be sent out to students working from home as easily editable. Contains the powerpoint and PDF version. https://www.reonline.org.uk/resources/what-does-freedom-mean-in-the-sikh-religion/
5 Minute SMSC Observation evidence
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5 Minute SMSC Observation evidence

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A quick and simple way to show SMSC evidence alongside your lesson plan, Includes definitions, examples and both colour and BW evidence sheets. In no more than 5 minutes, evidence your SMSC provision!
Building History - a creative project for KS3 Religious Education
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Building History - a creative project for KS3 Religious Education

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Building History is a research or creative project for KS3 or 4 students to consider and explore religious history - whether real or imagined. It gives players the chance to invent their own situations using creative higher thinking skills to explain why situations happened, and how we got to where we are today. Building History is split into two distinct areas – This World and Our World and can be easily edited for other subjects or topics. Building History – This World ‘This World’ uses our own history as an example to detail some of the key periods and situations that lead to modern religion. Students take real life histories and explain how and why they came to be, and how they influence the modern world by linking past and present. Students can also take this as a set beginning, adding in different situations and periods before or after to creatively see what impact this may have. But Why? ‘This World’ teaches students how the history of world religions has come about, using a range of creative and evaluative skills, setting them up for new GCSE gradings where they will need to be able to confidently demonstrate a detailed knowledge of religious beliefs and confidently analyse the influence of religion on individuals, communities and societies both today and historically using a range of specialist vocabulary. ‘This World’ also allows for students a wide variety of ways to confidently showcase information. Building History – Our World ‘Our World’ contains everything students need to create a wildly different world – whether it be a fantasy world of elves and dragons or the strange and unusual culture within a futuristic space station. It includes several examples for students to begin with and is easily edited towards different situations, series of work or curriculums. Building History is designed to be used as a project over a series of lessons - however can easily be adapted to shorter lesson timescales or even as a starter. Everything you need to start is included in the Building History PDF document.
Making a new Religion Project
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Making a new Religion Project

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Be sure to check out “Building History” - a similar project taking place over a timeline of history. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/building-history-11872917 Students discover what makes up a religion through inventing their own by design a Holy Book, Temple, Special Symbol and Item. Very good as an end of term or Summer term project. Easily adaptable to different lesson lengths and numbers. Approximately 6 lessons worth of work, ending in a presentation by the students and an assessment. Any money earned from resources goes into printing educational and SEN materials and games for local schools. For more information please do not hesitate to email me directly at Amewingcat@gmail.com.
Line Monsters
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Line Monsters

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Line Monsters is a cute drawing game for 2 players - this is the basic version with 20 different drawing tasks for your competative teams. Use as a quick break, a starter activity or in tutor time. Or just for a break during lunch! Now includes the free extended version for free - contains many more and an editable .pub file to make your own!
Photography club / society 'get started' kit
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Photography club / society 'get started' kit

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Kick start your Photography Society with these starting resources. Includes: - A 'Photographers help kit' including 50 ideas to help your students begin finding interesting photography shots, in PDF, PPT and PUB format for easy editing and printing. - Invitations to send to your new members - An event / society poster to help promote your new or existing club. Free to download until September!
Books and Cards Bundle
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Books and Cards Bundle

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Get our Dream Diary and Mood Journal ebooks together and recieve Emotions Colouring books for free. Also comes with Halloween and Mandala colouring worksheets, the emotions flashcards / game and Story Tiles . Great for all ages from young kids to nurture groups to adults! All money from this bundle - and all our resources - goes into printing educational resources and books for our students in West London schools. Thank you for taking a look!
Vocab & Story Tiles - French
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Vocab & Story Tiles - French

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Simply print out onto card and cut out for a great and imaginative way to spark creative language from your students, whether for SEN, EAL, MFL or just to spark creative thought in your lessons or as a starter activity. 260 story-ready tiles in total! This is the French Version :D Includes food, emotions, places, animals, Halloween and Christmas symbols. Look out for more updates coming soon! All money from this resource - and all our resources - goes into printing educational resources and books for our students in West London schools. Thank you for taking a look and please leave us a review!
One year of Tutor Time tasks on Self Regulating Behaviour, SMSC, Anti-bullying and more
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One year of Tutor Time tasks on Self Regulating Behaviour, SMSC, Anti-bullying and more

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38 tutor time activities to be shown once a week that give a range of tasks on Self Regulating Behavior, enough for one a week for a whole year! Includes a weekly challenge task and information including: Taking care of yourself Task setting Focus Punctuality Standard English and Swearing Anti - Bullying Preparing for the future Clean living / littering Revision Festivals Mental Health And many more! Great as a weekly tutor time activity or a starter to assemblies.
Same or Different? Animals
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Same or Different? Animals

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Simple to use spot the difference cards for younger and SEN students. Practice spotting the difference between different animals. Simply laminate, shuffle and cut out. Students are encouraged to spot the similarities and differences between sets of animals, including animal name, colour, where they live etc to formulate longer sentences and be aware of small changes and differences. Excellent as a starter, settling or focusing activity, or part of a full lesson.
WJEC RE Scaffolding for short questions - Christianity and Islam
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WJEC RE Scaffolding for short questions - Christianity and Islam

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A set of scaffolded mini question tasks to help students answer short / 5 mark questions in the new WJEC Religious Education GCSE. Includes 12 different questions on Islam and Christianity, numbered and ready to print. Easily editable and expandable, great to include as differentiation, pair work or as a starter.
5 Minute SMSC, Lesson and Whole School
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5 Minute SMSC, Lesson and Whole School

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A quick and easy checklist to evidence and judge your lesson / school's SMSC provision - taking no more than 5 minutes to complete! The first part is a lesson evidence checklist so any observer knows exactly how every part of your lesson covers SMSC and British Values. Includes: What SMSC should cover in your lesson A full lesson example Blank copies both .pub and .pdf in colour and black and white for easy editing and printing The second part is an excellent resource for new or ongoing SMSC leaders and a first point of contact to improve SMSC provision throughout the school. Easy evidence for your folder, a meeting, management or Ofsted. Know exactly what you need to improve and gather evidence for in just 5 minutes, allowing you to prove the provision of SMSC quickly and easily to Ofsted, Parents, SLT etc. In our last Ofsted, SMSC was mentioned five times, every time positively. Let your school also become a beacon of SMSC with these resources.