Bullying and Belief – Secondary Sources

 Bullying and Belief - Primary Sources

The Bullying and Belief toolkit is a resource to support schools to deal with the topic of religious bullying. It contains five 60-minute lessons for Primary and Secondary schools, with resources and films on which to base your teaching within lessons. The toolkit also contains resources for organising assemblies around this theme.

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Bullying and Belief – Primary Sources

 Bullying and Belief - Primary Sources

The Bullying and Belief toolkit is a resource to support schools to deal with the topic of religious bullying. It contains five 60-minute lessons for Primary and Secondary schools, with resources and films on which to base your teaching within lessons. The toolkit also contains resources for organising assemblies around this theme.

Download the Bullying and belief Toolkit Booklet

More resources below …

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Eyes of the World campaign for young people (Secondary Schools

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Eyes of the world campaign for primary schoolsClimate change affects us all. But the poorest communities are suffering the most. Join our campaign to help fight the climate crisis and reclaim our common home. Here, CAFOD provides resources for secondary students to appreciate the urgency of climate change and to garner support the world’s poorest communities affected by the climate crisis.

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Eyes of the world campaign for primary schools

Eyes of the world campaign for primary schoolsThe eyes of the world are on the UK Schools this year as Britain hosts world leaders for the United Nations’ climate change talks – COP26. They will make important decisions that will shape the future of our global family. CAFOD provides resources for students to appreciate the urgency of climate change and to garner support the world’s poorest communities affected by the climate crisis.
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USA: Back to school: Five ways to cover the new academic year

Covid 19 class

School is back in session as COVID-19 cases continue to climb in the U.S. Students are gearing up for another academic year while parents, school leaders and elected officials fight over pandemic politics, public health concerns, personal freedoms and contentious vaccine and masking policies. For some districts, the new school year is already shaping up to be a bumpy one as educators navigate COVID-19 outbreaks, temporary school closures and coronavirus culture wars. Religion also is in the mix. It’s a part of everything from the vaccine exemption requests to parent motivations and the very missions of the schools themselves.

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Research reveals British attitudes towards learning about religion and worldviews

students at examsIn summer 2021, Culham St Gabriel’s Trust commissioned research to understand more about public perception of an education in religion and worldviews. The results of the research have now been published and it confirms the importance of Religious Education with 64% of adults in the UK believe that an education in religion and worldviews is an important part of the school curriculum today.
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How to Talk to Children About Death: The Right Words to Say

Children and questionsUnderstanding how to explain death to a child is important. It is one of the biggest questions parents must discuss with kids: What is death? What do you say to your kid when they ask, “What happens when you die?” or “Why do people die?” Is there a right way to explain death to a child?
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