This book offers clear and knowledge rich substantive content about some aspects of how people live their lives: rites of passage through baby welcoming, beliefs helping in tricky times, food, Muslim worship, and the gurdwara and the local community. This book offers clear substantive content about aspects of living for some non-religious people, Sikhs, Hindus, Jews, Muslims and Christians.
We feature case studies, interviews and photos from generous members of several communities. It is essential in a book focusing on how we live to show real people’s lives and the diversity within and between worldviews as well as similarities.
Our multidisciplinary or, to use Ofsted language, ʻways of working unit for 9 to11s reintroduces religious studies and sociology with our disciplinary experts Dr Chris Cotter and Dr Rachael Shillitoe. In this unit, pupils use ways of working from both disciplines to explore the role and impact of the Gurdwara on Sikhs and local communities.
We continue to expand the digital offerings for our books many, ʻextrasʼ such as PowerPoint presentations a pupil booklet, an e-flipbook and resource sheets are available to download.