The start of this unit encourages pupils to think about people who are special, including themselves, their peers and members of the wider community. They move onto finding out about people who are special in religious communities today. Many religious stories focus on specific people and pupils are given an opportunity to learn some of these, thinking about how particular characters can be described as ‘special’. There is an emphasis on how some characters show the qualities of friendship.
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