REonline KS2 links by topic. Help | Contact | Feedback | What's New | About RE Online Teacher Resources Key Stage 1 Key Stage 2 Key Stage 3 Key Stage 4 Post-16 Student Resources Lifelong Learning REfuel KS1 Resources KS2 Resources KS3 Resources KS4 Resources Sacred Space Belief/Faith Items Jewish Way of Life Photobank Audio Digest Podcasts RE Matters News Unlocking RE REonline Helpdesk BetterRE Subject Knowledge Booster Course Seven belief traditions are recommended in the non-statutory guidelines for RE published by QCA.
Choose a religion and a theme and the appropriate information will be displayed. Or... Browse KS2 keywords or... Search with a keyword: (Or part of a keyword) Religious Studies. The Christmas Story of the Nativity We have produced this illustrated Christmas story of the Birth of Jesus suitable for 6 - 11 year olds.
Simple to navigate. Jesus - The Story A site which examines the life, character, teachings and followers of Jesus Christ. It represents the thoughts of mainstream Christian denominations and organisations. BBC Learning Zone Class Clips The Learning Zone provides short videos which have been selected to match the curriculum for use in primary and secondary schools. Christmas Games Check out our favourite selection of Christmas games and interactive Advent Calendars.
Christmas How much do you know about Christmas? Christmas Activities Try our selection of Christmas puzzles and colouring pictures. Advent Find out the facts about Advent, when it is on the Christian Calendar and how it is celebrated in the Christian Church. How to Make a Christingle Follow our step-by-step instructions on how to make a Christingle.
RE & PSHE. World Religions for Children. Coxhoe Primary School - Religious Education. Kent Trust Web provided by Kent County Council. Welcom to Religious Education. The Diocese of Salford. Primary_scheme_workv5. 22+Exemplar+Planning+for+Foundation+Stage+RE. Birmingham Agreed Religious Education Syllabus - schemes and units of work. The Religious Education CPD Handbook. Introduction Reviewing or creating a scheme of work can often feel like such a daunting task that many subject leaders simply avoid it altogether and continue with a particular programme, long after it has passed its useful life.
Another reason for avoidance is that teaching to a familiar scheme may feel comfortable and require less preparation in terms of teaching and assessment. At the other extreme, some subject leaders spend so much time writing detailed schemes from scratch that they have no time for any other part of their role. There is a real danger here of the teacher becoming exhausted, most commonly in the autumn term when they first take on the leadership role. So what is the solution? Review the scheme each academic year and set priorities for change over a reasonable period of time. ie not the whole scheme at once! The Standards Site: RE at key stages 1 and 2. RE & PSHE. RE - General Teaching Ideas.
East Riding of Yorkshire RE - Teaching & Learning - Schemes of Work. Schemes of Work Below is a series of teaching units and schemes of work which have been designed to ensure complete coverage of the East Riding Agreed Syllabus 2005.
The new resources are here for download, to support a CD ROM version which has been sent to East Riding of Yorkshire Schools. They include the statutory objectives from the Syllabus, together with some suggested teaching activities which address these. They also give background information, useful resources and expectations of pupils' attainment. Please click the document title within the panel to open the file, and feel free to use, amend or repurpose as you see fit. If you feel you have improved or customised the resource enough to make it useful to other schools, please share it by contacting us at the address below, and we will endeavour to publish your work.
RE: General resources: Schemes of Work. The Hertfordshire Scheme of Work for Primary Religious Education (RE) has been developed to accompany the Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education: Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus for RE Also see teaching resources developed to support the Hertfordshire Scheme of Work: Teaching Resources The Hertfordshire Scheme of Work for Primary Religious Education 2012-2017 updated September 2013 The non-statutory scheme of work for Primary Religious Education has undergone some revision to be in line with the statutory requirements set out in the new Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus of Religious Education 2012-2017.
Non-Statutory Scheme of Work for Primary RE 2012-2017, Nursery – Year 6 Acrobat pdf, 5.8MB/290 pages, 27/09/2013, re_sow.pdf All units have been approved by the Hertfordshire SACRE (Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education). The RE Curriculum map provides an example of long term planning for pupils from Nursery – Year 6. REonline - Homepage. Primary Vision - Scheme of Work for Primary Religious Education.