Spring 1- Judaism
This half term the children will be learning about the Jewish religion. They began by learning about the festival of Passover. The children were lucky enough to sample some of the foods that Jewish people eat during the festival. They tried apple, raisins and flatbread, all dipped in honey. As well as grape juice which is the drink that Jewish people have during Passover. The children certainly enjoyed trying new things- take a look!
Other Hindu Gods
Today the children have learnt the story of Ganash, one of the Hindu Gods. There task was to identify the problems and the consequences within the story. Following on from this, in pairs the children had to create Ganash using play-doh! Take a look at some of our fantastic designs!
This week the children have been exploring the similarities and differences between Hinduism and Christianity. The children were able to complete a table to make their comparisons. Following on from this some of the children were able to extend there comparisons to other religions. Brilliant work!
This week the children have been learning about the Trimurti and there role in Hinduism. The children explored the three main Gods, identifying their roles, special features, weapons and the importance to Hindu peoples lives. Following on from this the children created top trump cards for each member of the Trimurti, this was a fun task that all the children enjoyed!
Throughout this half term in R.E, we are looking at Hinduism. Our first lesson was based on the Supreme God Brahman. The children have been learning who Brahman is. The children watched a short clip showing Brahman, they were really fascinated by this. Following on from this, the children discussed what Brahman looks like and what he created. Everyone really enjoyed this lesson.
The concept of faith and the Abraham story
In R.E we have been thinking about the links between faith and the Abraham story. As a class we read through the story of Abraham then our task was to think about how Abraham felt and how this linked to faith. Some of us did this in groups using a thought bubble to record our ideas.