Foundation: Being special: where do we belong? 



This unit enables pupils to think about how each person is unique, valuable and refelct on religious beliefs about this.

  • ISBN: 200310
  • SKU: 200310
  • Published: 09/01/2020


This investigation enables pupils to think about how each person is unique and valuable and consider religious beliefs about this. It allows pupils the opportunity to think about groups to which they belong, how some people belong to religious groups and what this means. Pupils will look at occasions marking belonging from a number of faiths, including welcoming ceremonies from Christianity and Islam and Raksha Bandhan in Hinduism.

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  • ISBN: 200310
  • SKU: 200310
  • Published: 20200109

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