RELIGIOUS STUDIES KS2: EASTER - BBC TEACH

https://www.bbc.com/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks2-easter/znkngwx

In this short (3:23 min) video clip, Nathan, 11, and Lara, 13, tell us about Christian celebrations on Good Friday and Easter Day. This topic will be relevant to teaching Religious Education at KS2, 1st Level and 2nd Level.

The children show us some of the differences and similarities between Catholics and Anglicans.

The festival of Easter is central to Christian belief because it is the Resurrection day, when Jesus was raised from the grave, alive again.

This is why Christians believe in life after death.

This clip is from the series My Life, My Religion: Christianity.

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