Religious Education Core Syllabus | Department of Education Northern Ireland Religious Education (RE) is a compulsory part of the Northern Ireland curriculum,although parents have the right to withdraw their child from part or all of RE or collective worship. Schools have to provide RE in accordance with the core syllabus drawn up by the four main churches and specified by the Department. The Department specified a revised core syllabus in June 2007, which will be phased in from September 2007, beginning with Years 1,5,8 and 11. The revised RE core syllabus includes Christianity, morality and for the first time, World Religions and a requirement at Key Stage 4 for pupils to study The Christian Church from both a Protestant and a Roman Catholic perspective. The revised core syllabus will be supported by teaching materials developed with the support of a representative advisory group co - chaired by the Churches and the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA). You can access the draft consultation document using the link below.
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. The icons on the right of the resources panel (if displayed) are indicative of potential relevance to other curriculum areas. File Formats of Downloadable Resources Year 1
Bible Class Curriculum for Sunday School, Youth Groups, Children and Home Schools Elementary Class, Junior High, High School, Home School by F.L. Booth Churches and individuals are welcome to reprint these books, but they may not be placed on any other Web site. F.L. Old Testament Bible Class Curriculum The Beginning (Year 1, Quarter 1) This thirteen lesson Bible class curriculum covers: The Creation, Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Noah, the Tower of Babel, the Call of Abram, Abram and Lot, Abram is Promised a Son, Abraham is Visited by Angels, Sodom and Gomorrah, Hagar and Ishmael, and Abraham Offers Isaac (PDF file size: 1.1 MB). The Patriarchs (Year 1, Quarter 2) This thirteen lesson Bible class curriculum covers: Isaac and Rebekah, Jacob and Esau, Jacob Receives Isaac's Blessing, Jacob's Dream, Jacob and Laban, Jacob Meets Esau, Joseph Is Sold, Joseph In Prison, Pharaoh's Dream, Joseph Reveals Himself To His Brothers, and Jacob Moves To Egypt (PDF file size: 1.1 MB). Moses and the Exodus (Year 1, Quarter 3) Wilderness Wanderings and Conquest of Canaan (Year 1, Quarter 4)
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. RE Curriculum Map
Bible Translators: Sunday School Lesson | Curriculum | Prayer | Bright Ideas | Senegal Download these activity pages or lesson plans for use in your classroom or at home. Each lesson will keep your child engaged with games, simulations or crafts. Because we believe children matter, we offer our curriculum to you for FREE. If you do not have a PDF reader installed already, please click the image below and install Adobe Reader to view the lessons. Get Adobe Reader Holiday Lessons --Preschool to Grade 6--Three all new sets of lessons for Christmas, Easter and Valentine's Day The Christmas Countdown is here! These free children’s ministry lessons demonstrate how God can bring good out of adversity. Lessons to Supplement Angel Tracks --Preschool to Grade 8--3 self-contained lessons--Color by number art options Teach your students more about angels, God’s mighty power and walking by faith through these interactive stories, simulations, Bible study, music, and a word search . Ready, Set, Pray! Steps to Bible Translation --Elementary--12-session curriculum --Available in Spanish
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Bible Study Tools Online – Verses, Commentaries, Concordances, Verses, Parallel Versions Bible Study Tools Online – Verses, Commentaries, Concordances, Verses, Parallel Versions The 12 Disciples of Jesus There are 2 different versions of the Disciples for you to choose from: (But the outside top cover, song, Jesus and initials are the same) The original idea for this project was found on Pinterest (☺). Sunday School Kids created the original project (as far as I know). I wanted to print mine in color, so I made these. The Disciples are here in color: (Clipart by Logos Bible Clips. Print the Disciples song here: For the inside, I wanted this in color, so I printed the 12 Disciples song for the top, and printed the first letter of each name and used a small circle punch to cut out. Here are the initials for the Disciples: Bible Verse: Then Jesus said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you become fishers of men.” Scripture: Mark 1:1:14-20; John 1:35-51 Additional Scripture: Matthew 10:1-8; Mark 3:13-19; Luke 6:13-16 This week Jesus is going to pick out His helpers. The Disciples included three sets of brothers: (CB 4-1) First is (2) Andrew and (4) John. Fishing boat visual for Disciples