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Religious Education

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Gledhow follows the Leeds Agreed Syllabus which will help pupils to develop as tolerant young people with respect and understanding of the views of others, including the beliefs and practices of religions and other world views. Through their study of RE, our young people will gain a greater understanding of the identity and diversity of their local community. They will grow up to live and work as active, purposeful citizens of Leeds alongside people of all beliefs and cultures, and be challenged to reflect on difficult questions such as the meaning and purpose of life. We believe these are essential skills with which to equip our young people for adult life and lifelong learning. Through RE, children will very much be aware of British Values which is woven through the curriculum and also has close links with PSHE.

Here is the overview for whole school and the statement of intent:

 

 

Home Learning Activities

Please use the links and documents below to help with RE at home.

 

 

Get involved in the 2020 Spirited Arts competition!

Join hundreds of schools from around the world taking part in this year's Spirited Arts competition! We welcome entries in (almost!) any artform your pupils can think of, including:

  • Art (painting, drawing, sketching etc)
  • Poetry
  • Photography
  • Dance
  • Music
  • Drama
  • Sculpture

Winning entries will provide a good response to one of the 5 themes, and judges will be asking is it original? Is it well-crafted? And (most importantly!) is it excellent RE?

Pupils can enter individually, in pairs or groups, or as whole class, year or school entries. We have also been pleased to receive entries from whole community groups on previous years.

The annual competition starts at the beginning of every school year and runs through the spring and summer terms. All entries must be received before 31 July 2020. To enable teachers to incorporate the art competition into their RE lessons, many schools have an ‘Spirited Arts’ unit of work, or a special learning RE/arts week.

Many schools host their own Spirited Arts competition and send their 10 winning entries in to our international competition. What a great way to engage all your teachers and pupils and raise the profile of RE in your school!

Keep your entries at home and then, when we return, hand them to Mrs Masters who will choose the 10 winning entries and enter them into the international competition.

Good Luck.

https://www.natre.org.uk/about-natre/projects/spirited-arts/spirited-arts-2020/?fbclid=IwAR1membo2NSQ94H-f_IxVRG2a5GxjNdtKKzPOuo_eDqVrbeyLWvGF6DljUo

 

KS2

Researching Religion

What is Christianity?

Watch the videos at https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks2-my-life-my-religion-christianity/zjmmvk7

Complete your own research and create a poster or fact file answering the question above. Be as creative as you can displaying the information.

What is Islam?

Watch the videos at https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks2-ks3-my-life-my-religion-islam/znmx47h

Complete your own research and create a poster or fact file answering the question above. Be as creative as you can displaying the information.

What is Judaism?

Watch the videos at https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks2-my-life-my-religion-judaism/zj78bdm

Complete your own research and create a poster or fact file answering the question above. Be as creative as you can displaying the information.

What is Sikhism?

Watch the videos at https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks2-my-life-my-religion-sikhism/zkc4y9q

Complete your own research and create a poster or fact file answering the question above. Be as creative as you can displaying the information.

Challenge

Can you compare the religions? What is similar/different? Create a table to show these.

 

Easter Challenge

Watch https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03csgvm?fbclid=IwAR0A7baO1ikVteeXYHcBg3WZlSNtI55Vrg6AnYrkCob_KJiRzDyLp2wqLRY

Write a diary entry as if you were the donkey Jesus rode into Jerusalem for Palm Sunday.

 

 

 

 

KS1

It's time for Easter Bingo!

The bingo boards below have Easter symbols on them. If you can't download them or print them, why not create your own.

Do you know what each of the symbols mean or why they are related to Easter?

 

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