Sikh Worship and Community: Ceremony, Community and Brotherhood

Year 5

Year 6


SKU: R56IL30073

Learn all about the Sikh ceremonies of Naam Karan and Amrit, where Sikh children are named, and some go on to join the brotherhood of the Khalsa.

This lesson, the third of five in the 'Sikh Worship and Community' RE scheme of work for upper KS2, focuses on two important rites of passage in Sikhism: the Naam Karan 'baptismal' ceremony where children are named, and the Amrit ceremony some Sikhs undertake to become members of the Khalsa.

Children will go on take an in-depth look at the five articles of faith worn by these Sikhs, and learn about the story of how the brotherhood of the Khalsa began.

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