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1 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Age 5 7 Interactive CD-ROM Find Out About: Beliefs and Belonging Help young pupils understand the significance of faith and beliefs Belonging (Friendship, the Good Samaritan, Christian baptism) Beliefs (Allah, God, Jesus, Prophet Muhammad, the Lost Sheep) Sharing places (Church, Mosque, Gurdwara) Faith at home (Shabbat, Hinduism worship, Islam daily prayer, Christian prayer) Learning about faith (Christian Sunday school, Jewish school, Muslim home and Madrassa) Believing and doing (Jewish, Islam and Christian belief in action, Buddhist story) A great introduction to faith and worship, this resource explores what it means to belong to family, friends and different groups, including faith groups. Examining the beliefs and behaviour of members of different faiths, pupils will learn the importance of faith and reflect on their own beliefs. 4 Carefully chosen, age-appropriate interactive content including video clips, images and activities 4 Covers Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism and Hinduism 4 Covers all suitable elements of the non-statutory National Framework for RE and a wide range of topics from locally agreed syllabi 4 Supports your school s community cohesion programme (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE Activity screen Teach a variety of faiths with confidence Literacy Citizenship Teacher s notes extract 72 Try Whiteboard Active titles for free at

2 Age 5 7 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Primary Religious Education Resources Places for Worship DVD Plus Pack introduce pupils to the concepts and experiences of worship, with a special focus on Christian baptism, Jewish Shabbat and Muslim worship at home and in the mosque. 3 programmes (Christianity, Judaism, Islam) Includes a teacher s book and 14 colour postcards Running time: 45 minutes ATE Celebrations DVD Plus Pack 5 programmes cover festivals and celebrations across Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism and Hinduism. Learn about the meaning of the festival, how it is celebrated around the world and what children may learn about their own lives and communities from it. includes a teacher s book. Running time: 60 minutes ATE Faith Stories DVD Plus Pack 4 programmes (Christianity and Jesus, Islam and prayer, Judaism and Hanukkah, Sikhism and sharing). explore the importance of key stories from these faith traditions. Artefacts are used introduce central ideas about each religion. includes a teacher s book and 8 colour posters. Running time: 60 minutes ATE Celebrations E Big Book examine the meaning and content of Easter, Eid and Passover through a range of stunning photographs and illustrations. onscreen notes and activities, as well as a printed teacher s book offer full topic guidance (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE TO ORDER Tel: Fax:

3 RELIGIOUS Religious Education EDUCATION Age Age Interactive CD-ROM Sacred Books and Stories NEW! An inspiring insight into the books and stories of key faiths Introduction: the importance of special books and stories Judaism: the Torah, the Creation story, 10 commandments, David and Goliath Christianity: Old and New Testaments, the Nativity, the Prodigal Son, beginnings of Christian church, St Paul, the story of Mary Jones and her bible Islam: the Qur an, Prophet Muhammad, revalation and oral tradition, Muslim belief and worship, calligraphy, the Hadith Sikhism: Guru Nanak and the Sikh gurus, teachings of Guru Nanak, Guru Arjan and the Hindu Princes, teachings of the Guru Granth Sahib, how teachings are followed today This new resource examines the importance of sacred books and stories across a variety of religious faiths, exploring key texts and teachings. The resource has been developed for use across KS1 and KS2 RE. 4 engaging video and interactive content that is accessible to most groups, with differentiated follow-up for specific levels 4 Strong support for non-specialist teachers both on-screen and in the teacher s activity book 4 Covers Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Sikhism 4 Covers key elements of locally agreed syllabuses and the non-statutory National Framework for RE in England (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE Available Now! Video clip screen A great whole school resource, with everything in one place. Community cohesion Literacy PSHE Activity screen 74 View a teacher s notes sample at

4 Interactive CD-ROM Age 7 11 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Rites of Passage Learn about the journey of life across different religions Introduction: The journey of life, happiness Birth: start of life, Welcoming the baby into Muslim, Sikh and Christian faiths Growing Up: Changing schools, bar mitzvah, bat mitzvah, first communion, confirmation, adult baptism, the Khalsa, amrit, five K s of Sikhism Marriage: What makes a good partner, Christian, Jewish and Hindu wedding ceremonies The end of the journey: What do Hindus, Buddhists and Christians believe happens after death, funeral services, celebrating a life, Prince Siddartha s search for meaning, Kisa and the mustard seeds This resource shows how different faiths mark life s stages and what different faiths believe about death. It covers Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Sikhism, Hinduism and Buddhism. 4 entertaining video clips, audio, images and activities provide an enjoyable approach to this topic 4 Covers the theme The journey of life and death from the National Framework for RE, as well as many of the knowledge, skills and understanding objectives. It also delivers key elements of RE syllabuses throughout the UK 4 Special writing focus pages include key words and provide literacy support 4 This title can be used as part of your school s community cohesion programme (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE Activity screen Pupils will develop an understanding of how faiths celebrate key life stages Teach different faiths with confidence Community cohesion Literacy PSHE Teacher s notes extract TO ORDER Tel: Fax:

5 RELIGIOUS Religious Education EDUCATION Age Age Interactive CD-ROM Worship and Sacred Places Explore the beliefs and way of life of different faiths Introduction: The wonder of the earth Judaism: the Shema, the synagogue, Shabbat, Jewish homes, the Mezuzah Christianity: God, Jesus, the Nativity, Church, Bible, holy communion, Lords prayer, silent prayer, Christians around the world Islam: Allah, prophet Muhammad, the Qur an, calligraphy, daily worship, mosque Pilgrimage: Jerusalem, Mount Sinai, Bethlehem, Walsingham, Canterbury, Hajj, Makkah Bring the world of faith into your classroom beliefs examining different faiths, including Judaism, Christianity and Islam, especially, but not exclusively, as practised in the UK. Learn about the nature and significance of worship and the importance of sacred places. 4 A rich mix of video and audio clips, images and activities to bring this topic to life 4 Delivers core elements of RE syllabuses throughout the UK and of the Non-Statutory National Framework for RE in England 4 Can be used as part of your school s community cohesion programme (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE The more I have used this, the more possibilities have emerged. National Association of Standing Advisory Councils for Religious Education Autumn Video clip screen Members of faiths sharing beliefs aids religious understanding Make RE lessons more interesting Pre-prepared resources make planning easy PSHE Literacy Writing focus screen 76 Try Whiteboard Active titles for free at

6 Interactive CD-ROM Age 7 11 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Celebrations and Special Times Examine the celebrations of different religious faiths Introduction Chinese New Year Remembrance Day Judaism Yom Kippur & Rosh Hashanah Sukkot Passover Hannukkah Purim Christianity Christmas Lent & Easter Harvest Festival This resource explains the significance of celebrations and why we have them. It covers the major festivals from a variety of faiths, explaining the nature of each and its importance to that faith. 4 eighteen celebrations and special occasions covered via a mixture of BBC video clips, audio, images and activities 4 Covers Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Sikhism 4 Can be used as part of your school s community cohesion programme Islam Ramadan Eid ul Fitr Hinduism Diwali Janmashtami Sikhism Baisakhi Guru Nanak s birthday (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE Activity screen Pre-prepared resources save you time Pupils can see and hear each festival Literacy Community Cohesion Video clip screen TO ORDER Tel: Fax:

7 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Age 7 11 Interactive CD-ROM Being a Muslim / Being a Hindu This is a useful resource if teachers are looking for clear and engaging information about key issues Judith Lowndes, Primary RE Inspector on Being a Muslim Learn about the Muslim and Hindu faiths in these 2 interactive CD-ROMs for your whiteboard. Explore a range of aspects of each religion, from daily prayer to different celebrations and festivals. 4 Video clips, audio clips and images offer a detailed examination of Muslim and Hindu faiths 4 Fun activities encourage active learning 4 A strong focus on both RE attainment targets learning from and learning about religion 4 easy navigation through on-screen hot spots Activity screen Teach about Islamic beliefs with confidence Stretch your budget further Literacy Art and Design Teacher s notes extract 78 Try iposter titles for free at

8 Interactive CD-ROM Age 7 11 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Being a Muslim Being a Hindu I am a Muslim Muslim children talk about Allah Muslims enjoy being together The message from Allah The Qur an: Instructions for living The Qur an and calligraphy Daily prayer Muslims can pray anywhere Worship at home Ramadan and Id-ul-Fitr Worship and celebrating at Id-ul-Fitr Mosques around the world Going on Hajj What Hajj means to a Muslim Learning to read the Qur an What have we learned? What God means to Hindus Hindu children talk about God Krishna and the festival of Janmashtami Worshipping at a temple A mandir: a place for the community Worship at home Celebrating Raksha Bandhan The story of Ganesh Flames and fire All life is sacred The cycle of life Hindu death ceremonies Getting ready for Divali The story of Ram and Sita The story of Lakshmi What have we learned? (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE You may also like: World Writing: India (page 59) India DVD (page 67) TO ORDER Tel: Fax:

9 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Age 7 11 Pathways of Belief DVD Plus Packs Explore living faiths in your classroom Pathways of Belief helps pupils to understand what it means to be a Christian, Jew, Muslim, Hindu or Sikh The programmes explore the basic beliefs of each religion, with a child from each faith acting as your guide Accessible and easy to use, the programmes allow pupils to meet faith communities and see how they worship and celebrate and how their faith affects their life Contains teacher s book and colour photocards Islam, Hinduism and Sikhism This DVD Plus Pack helps pupils understand what it means to be a Muslim, Hindu or Sikh. Meet faith communities and see how they worship and celebrate and how their faith affects their life. 6 programmes (Allah: The Creator and Provider, Living as a Muslim: Ramadan and daily prayer, Hinduism: One God, many aspects, Living as a Hindu: Diwali and new beginnings, Sikhism: God Oneness and equality, Living as a Sikh: Baisakhi and commitment) Running time: 120 minutes ATE Christianity 5 programmes (Easter, The church, Creation, Jesus, The Bible) Running time: 100 minutes ATE Judaism 3 programmes (God, The family, Torah: A way of life) Running time: 60 minutes ATE The Bible 2 programmes (The Old Testament, The New Testament) Running time: 40 minutes ATE Qur an 2 programmes (The Revelation, The Qur an Today) Running time: 40 minutes ATE Order online at

10 Age 7 11 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Come and Praise The most popular school hymn books ever! Come and Praise 1 Come and Praise 1 has 72 songs organised into popular assembly themes: the created world; the life of Jesus; praise and thanksgiving; the journey of life; songs of worship; the human family includes 15 of the top 20 favourite school hymns on Christian Copyright Licensing s list, including One more step, Water of life and Go tell it on the mountain Come and Praise 1 Instrumental Book is no longer available. Audio CD Pack (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE Words Book (Pack of five) (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE Come and Praise 2 Come and Praise 2 has 77 songs and hymns on popular themes including: Christmas, Easter, Harvest and other festivals; Caring for the world; Day by day; Seasons; Peace Audio CD Pack (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE Words Book (Pack of five) (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE The Complete Come and Praise Brings together in one volume the words and music from the BBC s best-selling hymn books Come and Praise 1 and 2, giving you 149 traditional and contemporary hymns and songs Words Book 4.99 (ex VAT) 4.99 (inc VAT) ATE Words and Music Book (ex VAT) (inc VAT) ATE TO ORDER Tel: Fax:

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