Christianity: A whole set of web links to provide easy access to games and many other resources for teachers in their RE planning and for children, either at home or in the classroom. If you have some great links that you would like to see on this page, please send them to us so that we may include them!
Request – A website with useful bits for KS1 and 2 on Christianity. A good infant section.
Harvest Festival – The Facts, Customs and Traditions – Why and how we celebrate Harvest Festivals in the UK.
Mothering Sunday – The history of Mothers Day and explains it’s origins.
The Church of England – The website explains what it is to be a Christian and about the Church and its role. There is a good section on baptism and the symbols surrounding the service.
Colourful Church Year – This site shows how the alter colours in churches change throughout the year and explains the garments worn by vicars.
The Ten Commandments – The Ten Commandments. There is also a ‘Ten Commandments’ activity for children to try.
The Easter Story – A children’s version of the story of Easter. This begins with the journey of Jesus into Jerusalem and ends with His ascension into Heaven.
Online Bible – A searchable Bible.
Symbols – A site which explains about Light and the cross as symbols for Christians.
Easter – Easter pages to help pupils discover the facts and customs surrounding the festival.
Dottie and Buzz – The website explores key four RE strands, with a focus on Christianity: Belonging, Baptism, Forgiving and Creation.
Christianity – From Woodlands School.
– BBC information about St David, the Patron St of Wales.