You can find more information on the way we teach Religious Education by clicking on the following icons. Each icon will take you to the East Riding website for Religious Education.
Listed below are our favourite websites for Religious Education:
This practical site has information on a wide range of religious education. There are numerous activities and links to other sites for Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism. Caters for all ages
The story of the Russian lady called Baboushka.
Chanukah on the Net
Chanukah, or Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is a Jewish celebration. This colourful site is filled with music, recipes, stories and traditions.
HanuKat tells the story of Hanukkah and Passover and explains how Hanukkah is celebrated today. There are interactive stories and activities too for children to enjoy at this interactive site.
High Holy Days
L'shana tova! This site explains the meanings and stories of the Jewish festivals Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur to children. Download sounds and images of these festivals, and try recipes for foods eaten at this time.
llustrated Stories from the Old Testament and Torah
These clear, colourful storybooks about Joseph and Moses are suitable for children to read on their own. They can be used for religious education in relation to Judaism and Christianity.
Purim on the Net
Learn the story of Purim with an explanation of the practice of this Jewish festival. Instructions are provided for making graggers (noise-makers), costumes and masks, as well as recipes for festival food.
This site for primary children introduces the Hebrew alphabet and language. Cartoon characters introduce symbols, and pages can be printed off for colouring-in fun.