RE CurriculumA great introductory website. Explaining the requirements for R.E. teaching in different schools. A great introduction to all the main religions, with fascinating facts, timelines, galleries of pictures, fun activities and links to appropriate children’s books linked to the different religions.
RE: Quest website – make sure you are on the REThis website explores the Christian faith through asking the ‘Big Questions’. This gives a great starting point for discussing questions and finding answers - sometimes (not always possible) but hopefully will give a clearer understanding.
BBC LearningA great source of short videos (class clips) to explain ideas, start discussions or consolidate previous learning. Choose from all the main religions and a Moral and Ethics tab.
RE in EYFSA link to a document focussing on R.E. learning linked to the EYFS statutory framework. This shows how learning can be developed around stories with examples of books and topic webs.
RE quizzes Try some of these quizzes after you've completed some of your RE work in school
Things to try at home
Make puppets to re-enact stories.
Bake different types of bread, linking them to the stories and religions
Make a stained-glass window.
Learn about the significance of Rangoli patterns for Hindus. Try creating your own!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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