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Year 7

 Unit: How did we get here? (Rotation 1)Unit: Should we care for the world? (Rotation 1)Unit: How should we treat other people? (Rotation 2)Unit: How does religion shape our community? (Rotation 2)Unit: Could religion do more? (Rotation 2)
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Notes (how to do the work)Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-4, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present. Complete the lesson on point 1 and then read the information by clicking on the bitesize link at point 2. Make notes and then complete the bitesize quiz. Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-4, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present.Work through the PowerPoints in the following order: Religious diversity in Britain, Christianity in Leicester, Religious international community contribution, ISKCON, Islamic relief and Non- religious contribution. Complete activities in books.Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-2, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present.

Year 8

 Unit: How should we treat other people? (Rotation 1)Unit: How does religion shape the community? (Rotation 1) Unit: What are moral codes? (Rotation 2) Unit: Who are we? (Rotation 2)
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Notes (how to do the work)Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-3, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present. Work through the PowerPoints in the following order: Religious diversity in Britain, Christianity in Leicester, Religious international community contribution, ISKCON, Islamic relief and Non-religious contribution. Complete activities in books. Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-4, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present.Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-3, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present.

Year 9

 Unit: Can religion be dangerous (Rotation 1)Unit: Religion and Peace (Rotation 1/2)Unit: Religious tolerance (Rotation 2)
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Notes (how to do the work)Complete lessons in order and activities and notes are to be completed in exercise books. Complete lessons in order and activities and notes are to be completed in exercise books.Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-3, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present.

Year 10

 Unit: Christianity beliefs (Autumn)Unit: Christianity Practices (Autumn/spring)Unit: Islam Beliefs (Spring)Unit: Practices (Spring / summer)
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Notes (how to do the work)Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-11, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present. Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-10, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present. Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-10, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present.Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-10, activities should be completed in your exercise books as usual with the title of each lesson present.

Year 11

 Unit: Christianity beliefs revision (Autumn)Unit: Christianity practices revision (Autumn)Unit: Issues of relationships revision (Spring)Unit: Issues of life and death revision (Spring)
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Notes (how to do the work)Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-4. All work to be completed in exercise books. Complete the lessons in the order above from 1-8. All work to be completed in exercise books.Read the information from bitesize and make revision notes. Complete the quizzes at the end of each section. Use the textbook link to supplement your revision notesComplete the lessons in the order above from 1-8. All work to be completed in exercise books.

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