Boynton Primary School

From Little Acorns, Mighty Oaks Grow

Resources and Links

Useful R.E Websites

Have a look at the websites below to find out more about Religious Education and things to do with your child at home.  RE is an essential part of education for children as it opens their minds to different beliefs and mindsets that different people and cultures have around the world. It's extremely important for children to understand that their world-view is one of many. 

If any parents or children know of any great RE websites that we haven't put on here, please let us know so we can add them for others to use.

BBC Teach

BBC Teach offers free classroom resources to schools and homes throughout the UK with thousands of free curriculum-linked class clips on BBC Teach - all arranged by subject and age group. This link provides many animated films to teach 3-7 year olds about different religions of the world. 


BBC Two is a British television network owned and operated by the BBC and covers a wide range of subject matter.  These short BBC films for 7-11 year olds feature children from 5 of the world’s major religions from the ‘My Life, My Religion' series.

Charlie and Blue

Charlie and Blue films revolve around a little girl called Charlie and her loveably inquisitive soft toy, Blue.  In these videos, they visit places of worship, celebrating some festivals and much more and are suitable for 5-7 year olds.   

Ethics & Religion Key Stage 2

Ethics & Religions in Key Stage 2 are addressed in a series of short videos on a variety of topics such as a History of Islam in 10 minutes, the Easter story in 3 parts, a day in the life of a vicar, Bar and Bat Mitzvah, visits to places of worship in the Holy Cribs series and much more.

BBC Bitesize

Bitesize's family of sites help students with their learning and coursework.  7-11 year olds can find out about different religions and non-religious worldviews through BBC Bitesize and develop their knowledge and understanding of world religions, traditions and views


RE Today have produced materials freely available on the NATRE website for pupils to work from at home. There are materials available for KS1 up to KS4 (5-16 year olds) and also lists of useful links for teachers, parents, carers and pupils.