Religious education (RE) is compulsory for all pupils in Government funded schools up to the age of 18. Schools must follow their locally agreed syllabus, and provide a daily act of collective worship that should be broadly Christian, unless the school has been allowed to perform acts of worship of another faith. Given the importance placed on RE there are plenty of resources available to support students. What follows is our recommendations for Primary School Religious Education. Religious Festivals: Children will enjoy learning about different traditions and celebrations of the following religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism. Information is provided, questions are answered and activities and worksheets are provided for use in class or at home. There are also beautifully presented videos on mysterious topics such as ‘The riddle of Palm Sunday’. Worksheets can be quite challenging, since they ask children to fill in the blanks in ample bodies of t
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