SEPTEMBER 2020 – resources for the new term
Collective Worship: Download guidance on how Collective Worship might be led in primary schools in line with current regulations here:
Teaching core English skills through RE: Here are some useful ideas on how RE can be taught to develop skills in English and literacy at primary level.
Home-learning resources for RE and Collective Worship for all key stages
To support schools during these challenging times, we have collated various resources for RE and Collective Worship that can be used by pupils in their independent learning at home.
CLICK HERE for RE and CW resources from the Bristol Diocese.
CLICK HERE to find a comprehensive list of resources recommended by NATRE to support independent learning at home.
Weekly resources from Bristol SACRE for KS1 and KS2 – Summer 2020
Your task this week is to listen to the story of an incredible woman—Wangari Maathi. Wangari won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 for her work in Kenya. She was also a Christian and deeply committed to protecting the Earth. Watch Mr Robertson from Horfield CEVC Primary explain the task here.
For the ‘going further’ section, watch this video of Wangari telling the hummingbird story here.
Key Stage 1 task: This week’s RE Home Learning task looks at why many Christians think it’s important to care for the world. In this learning, we meet Grace and her guinea pigs! We also think about the words of a very famous Christian hymn. You will think about what is wonderful about this world, and how Christians might care for it.
Key Stage 2 task: Building on from last week’s learning, design your own multi-faith space!
The task for the next two weeks is to be mosque designers and builders! You are going to investigate different types of mosque, design and then build a new mosque for North Bristol!
This week, our RE home learning focuses on the Gurdwara; the place of worship for people who follow the Sikh religion. We will be thinking about how lockdown has made a difference to how Sikhs can use the Gurdwara, and how some Sikhs are continuing to provide service (sewa) to those in need.
This week in our RE home learning, we are going to look at the Muslim festival of Eid-ul-Fitr which took place on 23rd May. The festival marks the sighting of the new moon – bringing to an end a month of fasting from food and drink during daylight hours.
How was Eid different under lockdown this year?
This week our RE Home Learning looks at how Christian charities are working to provide clean water to the people of Uganda. Water is a basic human right, which means we should all have it. Without water people can’t drink, wash, stay clean or grow crops.
Uganda is one of the poorest countries in the world, and one in every four people in the country do not have access to clean water. CAFOD are a Christian charity that works in Uganda.