A SOL suitable for Y7-Y9. Fully resourced SOL with worksheets and PowerPoints. L1: Who was the Buddha? L2: Eightfold Path L3: Five Precepts and a Deep Marked Task L4: Buddhist Monks L5: Meditation L6: Buddhist pilgrimage and a Deep Marked Task
A SOL for Year KS3 on the religious beliefs in life after death looking into the Christian, Muslim and Hindu beliefs. Baseline assessment tests and end of unit assessment with marking scheme included.
A SOL for Y9, an introduction to GCSE RS and teaching how to critically think. Lessons include morality, ethics and medical ethics. Focuses on literacy and differentiation newspaper articles.
SOL for KS3 on Free will and do we truly have a choice. Lessons cover people in history and the choices they made and how they are altruistic, religious views, examples of good and bad use of free will (Manchester Bombings), deontological ethics. An assessment and scheme of marking is included as well.
A SOL designed to work alongside NATRE’s Spirited Arts Competition topic - "Questions, Questions’. Lessons included: What is the Spirited Arts competition - review of previous winners Where is God? (Looking at architecture Who is God? (Looking at the Hindu beliefs of different gods) Pilgrimage (Looking at the Buddhist pilgrimage to Bodhgaya) Expression of faith (Holi festival) Competition instructions Formal written work, sentence structures and what is needed for the competition.
An introduction to Christianity used with Year 7. Activities, worksheets and powerpoints. Lesson 1 - An introduction Lesson 2 - The Trinity Lesson 3 & 4 - Christian creation story Lesson 5 - The life of Jesus Lesson 6 & 7 - New Testament Parables Lesson 8 - The Last Supper Lesson 9 - Jesus’ crucifixion Lesson 10 - Jesus’ resurrection Assessment
A SOL on the Holocaust looking at the Jewsih responses, the laws that were made, the impact the Holocaust had on the Jewish faith, why might someone question their faith in God. Assessment included with a SOL outline