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Subject area:
Fundamental British Values, Religion
Age group:
KS 1, KS 2, KS 3, KS 4, KS 5
Lesson ideas, Teacher guidance

Tips, resources and activities for both primary and secondary students devised by teachers to promote community relations through RE lessons. One way of improving community relations is through promoting value in diversity, which can encourage individuals to interact meaningfully with cross-group peers (‘contact theory’). The guidance helps ensure that students’ encounters with other groups enable a deep engagement with practice and belief, that there is positive interaction and ultimately meaningful conversations.


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Tips, activities and resources devised by teachers to promote community relations through RE lessons.