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Festivals Calendar

This calendar shows religious festivals and celebrations from various world faiths. Most events have a short explanation of their significance.

Teachers, Pupils

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7-16 year olds
Easter

How much do you know about Easter? Our Easter pages aim to help you find out about the facts and customs surrounding the festival.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

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7-14 year olds
People of Faith

A really useful resource if you are studying one of the main faiths in the UK. There is basic information and audio and video resources in which people talk about their faith. You can also email your questions about aspects of different faiths.

Teachers, Pupils

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7-14 year olds
Rosh Hashanah

This site explains what Rosh Hashanah is to Jewish people and about symbols and customs associated with it. Not the easiest site navigation. There are resources for teachers too.

Teachers, Pupils

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7-16 year olds
Lion Dance

Read about the symbolism and meaning behind traditional Chinese lion dance and watch a movie clip of a performance in action.

Teachers, Pupils

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7-16 year olds
Ash Wednesday

Read about the religious traditions of Ash Wednesday which is the first day of Lent in Christian churches in the UK.

Teachers, Pupils

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7-16 year olds
Lent

Information about Lent which is the 40 days coming up to Easter. Find out how Christians prepare for Easter during Lent.

Teachers, Pupils

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7-16 year olds
Mothering Sunday

Learn all about Mothering Sunday or Mother's Day as it is known in the UK. Find out the history and traditions behind Mothering Sunday.

Teachers, Pupils

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7-16 year olds
Holy Week

The last week of Lent is known as Holy Week. Find out about the history and traditions of the days which make up Holy Week, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Teachers, Pupils

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7-16 year olds
Maundy Thursday

Find out about the history and traditions behind Maunday Thursday when Christians remember the Last Supper of Jesus.

Teachers, Pupils

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7-16 year olds
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