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Religious Festivals

England, Scotland, Wales

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Religious Festivals is an action-packed journey through four unique celebrations observed by four different faiths: Lent, Eid, Hanukkah and Vaisakhi. These four 1-hour workshops can be delivered to the same class or you can pick 'n' mix to deliver different workshop focuses for up to four different classes. Bring unique religious customs to life through the performing arts and develop a deeper understanding of cultures and traditions from around the world.

Autumn Term 2020 School Workshops**You can now join us online and browse an exciting digital library of educational videos for primary pupils, including Religious Education workshops. Click here to visit Uno.**

What the children learn...

  • Examine a variety of religious festivals and the traditions which take place during them
  • Discover the connections between different religions and worldviews through immersive activities
  • Understand the meanings behind and significance of a number of religious festivals
  • Explore ideas and feelings through role-play, voice and drama

How this One Day Workshop works:

Structure

This is delivered as a 1 hour workshop per class of 35. We can usually work with 4 classes across a school day.

Suitable for

KS1 / KS2 / P1 - 3 / P4 - 7

Price

Pricing for this workshop ranges is £425 + VAT for a full day of workshops.

What we need from you

A large clear space (preferably a school hall) Please let us know if you have any special requirements!

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