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Information on how to discuss the art work used on the Presentation of Jesus (meaning of)
Hi Anne You have not said which age group you will be talking to but I assume it is Y4 You could look at the version in Matthew that explains the visit and compare this to what the children can actually see in the painting. You could also introduce the children to iconography and let them see what ideas they...
I need to findthe following stories please, Mohamed and the crying camel, Mohammed and the spider(Muslim), Emperor Akbar & Guru Ram Das (Sikh), the Monkey king (Hindu)
Hi Angela I have tried to find links for the stories you asked about. I have managed to find 3 sites which will tell you about most of them. http://playandlearn.org/History/index.htm ( prophet Mohammed part 5) gives information on Mohammed. ...
Where can I find a website to support a unit of work on Signs and Symbols?
Hi Jan I am assuming that you are a teacher because of the way the question was written. I have included 3 websites which may be of help. If you need any further information email the address on the page for R.E notices. If these web links do not give you a suitable answer, send me a further question. This website...
Have you got any information about the three wise men?
There is very little information about the Magi, sometimes called the Wise Men. According to the Bible there were men from the East who came to see Jesus when he was young. There are no names given and the only reason that scholars think there were 3 was because there were three different types...
What is the code of dress in a mandir please for visiting pupils
Hi Ali There is no real dress code but it is polite if you wear trousers and a shirt or blouse. You will need to take off your shoes and leave them in a special rack. You do not need to have your head covered. Let me know what you think...
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