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Buddhism Workshop

Four children dress in royal robes laugh as they take part in  a workshop with a Buddhist monk

Year 6 Enjoy Interactive Look At Buddha's Life & Buddhist Traditions

For our Summer Term Curriculum Day, Year 6 pupils delved more deeply into their learning of the Buddhist faith thanks to a brilliant immersive workshop run by Sakhya and Kavita Prema from BHS Educational Workshops.  Our Year 6 pupils have been learning about Buddhist culture, beliefs, and values in TPR and during the session they found out more about what being a Buddhist monk entails, explored some of Buddhism's most holy places and took part in a colourful re-enactment of Buddha's life.  The children loved having the opportunity to dress up in traditional clothes and handle Buddhist artefacts.  They had a go at using the singing bells, gongs and blowing into a conch shell and learnt about the Wesak festival and the reason behind why Buddhists are vegetarian.  See some of the highlights in the short film below. 

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