Are you looking for ready-to-use primary RE lesson plans? PlanBee is a hive of primary teaching resources to assist with KS1 and KS2 RE teaching in primary schools. All our resources can be used on their own as complete schemes of work or you can mix the wealth of RE lesson plans, worksheets, slides, materials and teaching aids in with your existing planning. However you decide to use PlanBee's resources, there are sure to be lessons that will help take the pressure off your planning, leaving you free to deliver exciting and engaging lessons.
Covering major world religions, including Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism, Judaism, Hinduism and Islam, your class will develop an understanding of what it means to belong to a religion, as well as the different ways in which people choose to worship and demonstrate their ideas about God.
Get your children thinking about their own beliefs as well as those of others in their local community with these Key Stage Two R.E. lessons for Year 5/6 children. These ready-to-use lessons include plans, slides, worksheets and more, each with a number of challenging questions and activities for your class to consider, discuss and engage with. Check out our free assessment grid in our FreeBees section t…More Information
Learn about some of the ways in which Buddhists celebrate around the world in this KS2 Religious Education scheme of work for Year 4. Your children will read stories, study beautiful photographs of rituals and celebrations and discuss challenging questions about Buddhism. Religious ideas and concepts are explained in straightforward, clear language and informative images, making these resources ideal for te…More Information
This KS2 Religious Education scheme of work for Year 5 and 6 introduces your class to Buddhism in a lively and engaging way. These lessons provide your children with information about who Siddhartha Gautama was and how he became Buddha, what Buddhists believe, and how Buddhists worship, whilst also giving them the chance to think about the similarities of Buddhism with other world religions and getting the…More Information
Do your children know what a rite of passage is? This 'Christian Rites of Passage' scheme of work will help your class learn all about these important life events for Christians. They will learn about baptisms, communion, marriages and funerals with these fun and informative teaching slides and worksheets. Try our Christian Rites of Passage assessment grid in our FreeBees section to assess your childr…More Information
Lots of people love celebrating Christmas but with these Year 2 'Christmas Celebrations' RE lessons, your children will learn about why Christmas is special for Christians all over the world and how they celebrate this religious festival. With lesson plans, informative slides, activity ideas, worksheets and a variety of other fun resources, this KS1 'Christmas Celebrations' scheme of work is the perfect…More Information
Journey back to Bethlehem with your class in this series of five KS2 RE lessons as your children discover the details behind the Christmas story. Find out why Bethlehem was the location of the greatest story ever told and how Mary and Joseph found themselves with a newborn in a barn. These informative and empathetic lessons take a fresh look at this familiar story as your class delve deeper into the emotion…More Information
This challenging scheme of work for Year 4 explores the basic Hindu beliefs and studies some of the ways in which this is reflected in Hindu worship and celebrations at home and in the mandir. Your class will have the opportunity to find out what the aum symbol represents, learn some of the characteristics of Hindu gods and goddesses, explore shrines and how they are used in worship, and much more. With…More Information
This festive scheme of work for Year 3 takes a fun approach to teaching children about the traditions, stories and celebrations relating to Divali. Your class will have the chance to hear the story of Rama and Sita, find out why divas are lit at Divali, how Hindu families celebrate Divali, and much more. Using a range of lesson plans, slides, activity ideas, differentiated worksheets, an End of Unit Qui…More Information
Religion has been linked with the arts for thousands of years. This series of six lessons for Year 6 gives your class the chance to find out how, why and when music, drama and art are used in religions around the world. These arty lessons provide plenty of opportunity for your class to learn how other people express themselves as well as learning how to use their own artistic talents to portray ideas about …More Information
In these challenging lessons for Year 4, children will think about their own sense of identity as well as the communities they belong to. The slides, plans and other printable resources include lots of challenging questions about values, rights & responsibilities, diversity, religious perspectives and global citizenship. These exciting lessons are perfect for curious children with a developing sense of self…More Information