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This religious education scheme of work for Key Stage Two gets the children to explore the structure, stories and characters that feature in different books that are part of the Old Testament. The class can write play scripts and produce art work to illustrate the meaning of stories used by Christians as a guide for their lives.

Explore the structure, stories and characters that feature in different books that are part of the Old Testament

Lesson One : Christian Worship

Identify and record the meaning and function of different Christian religious artefacts

Lesson Two : Bible Verses

Explore the meaning and significance of some of the different books in the Old Testament

Lesson Three : Bible People

Investigate and compare the importance of famous characters that feature in the Old Testament

Lesson Four : Stained Glass Windows

Produce artwork to reflect themes and ideas in a story from the Old Testament

Lesson Five : Bible Prayers

Explore how some of the teachings in the Bible can be illustrated through different prayers

Lesson Six : Bible Play

Compose and perform a play script to illustrate ideas and themes in a story from the Old Testament

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