Islam

Islam lesson planning for RE in primary schools, ready to teach.

Learn all about what Muslims believe as well as Islamic rites of passage, places of worship, festivals, traditions, and what Muslims do as members of local communities. with these varied, engaging Religious Education schemes of work and individual lessons for Key Stages 1 and 2.

Packed with engaging activities and detailed information for helping children learn all about Islam and Muslim beliefs, all of these lesson planning packs are fully-prepared, written by experienced primary teachers, and practically ready to teach!

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  • What do Muslims Celebrate?

    What do Muslims Celebrate?

    Year 1

    Year 2

    KS1

    Explore some different Muslim celebrations in this complete 'What do Muslims Celebrate?' scheme of work. Your class will learn about Islamic New Year, the Day of Ashura, Mawlid al-Nabi, Ramadan, Eid al-Fitr and Hajj through a range of activities. T... Read More

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  • Islamic Rites of Passage

    Islamic Rites of Passage

    Year 3

    Year 4

    KS2

    Your class will enjoy learning about the major rites of passage in a Muslim's life with these five complete lessons for Year 3/4. Find out about Islam and its beliefs before diving into the celebrations and ceremonies Muslim families experience throu... Read More

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  • Why is Muhammad important to Muslims?

    Take your KS2 RE class back to the 6th century as you introduce them to Muhammad and learn about his personality, his life and his legacy. This series of lessons takes a detailed look at the life of Muhammad and explores why he is such an important f... Read More

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  • What is the Qur'an and why is it important to Muslims?

    Introduce your class to the sacred book of Islam in these informative and accessible lessons as they discover the Qur'an and why it is important to Muslims. Start by exploring why the Qur'an is sacred and how it came into being before going on to loo... Read More

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