Sheffield Buddhist Centre Resources June 6, 2013Posted by Gareth in : Religious Education , add a comment
The Sheffield Buddhist Centre has created these teachers notes covering various aspects of Buddhism.
Time for Assembly September 27, 2012Posted by Gareth in : Assembly Resources, P.S.H.E., Religious Education , add a comment
S. Daly’s Time for Assembly website has a collection of individual, group and class assembly scripts organised by theme.
Free Bible Illustrations June 12, 2012Posted by Gareth in : Religious Education , add a comment
The Free Bible Images website contains a collection of images that tell illustrate stories from the Old Testament. The images can be downloaded in various formats including MS Powerpoint, Adobe PDF, Apple Keynote as well as JPEG image files.
Old Testament Bible Songs June 11, 2012Posted by Gareth in : Religious Education , add a comment
Sheila Hamil has written and recorded these songs based on Old Testament stories. Each song is accompanied by a colourful YouTube slideshow. There are 48 videos in total. I’ve not had chance to watch them all, so please check through them before you consider using them with your class, but the ones I have seen were fun.
St. Patrick’s Journey March 7, 2011Posted by Gareth in : Religious Education , add a comment
This BBC Northern Ireland site explores the both the facts and the fiction of the life of Saint Patrick. There are lots of animations, video clips and activities and the resources have been designed to support work on the topic ‘The World Around Us’.
Bri’s Bible Stories January 25, 2010Posted by Gareth in : Religious Education , add a comment
Illustrator Brian Chalmers has produced a selection of drawings retelling stories from the Bible. The images are available as individual pictures (which are great for flashing up in a presentation while you are reading the stories) as well as complete storyboards (which serve as useful reminders for students).
Christian Aid Resources September 30, 2009Posted by Gareth in : Geography, P.S.H.E., Religious Education , add a comment
(Primary Teaching Resources)
The Christian Aid Learn website contains a large number of resources for primary school teachers. There are multi-faith assemblies on a variety of topics, classroom activities, simulation games as well as several micro-sites for students focussing on global environment and citizenship issues.
NMOLP WebQuests September 17, 2009Posted by Gareth in : Art & Design, History, Maths/Numeracy, Religious Education, Various Subjects , add a comment
Nine different British museums and galleries have collaborated on these webquests which cover subjects including How do we Remember? (KS1), Number Rhymes (KS1), Hide and Seek (KS1), Toys from the Past (KS1), The Children’s War (KS2), Chinese New Year (KS2), The Radiant Buddha (KS2), Henry VIII’s Next Wife (KS2) and Exploring Light (KS2). All the WebQuests incorporate resources from at least three museums/galleries.
Collective Worship November 27, 2007Posted by Gareth in : Religious Education , add a comment
I’ve mentioned two of the Culham Institute‘s sites before on the blog (REonline / REfuel). This particular resource contains a large amount of material to help you deliver your daily collective worship sessions. The site is split into sections with resources for small groups, larger assemblies, topical material and videos & powerpoints. There is a full archive and a searchable database of prayers.
Religious Artefacts November 21, 2007Posted by Gareth in : Religious Education , 3comments
The University of Strathclyde‘s website contains a great collection of photographs of artefacts for several different religions. Saves a lot of time searching the Web for images.
(Updated 4/9/15: Fixed the link a second time as the resources had moved again)