Bahá’í RE resources

Who was the Báb?

Two days ago, Bahá’ís around the world commemorated the martyrdom of the Báb, who was the forerunner of Bahá’u’lláh, the founder of this Faith. The Báb and his followers were persecuted throughout the six short years of his mission, and […]

Preparing for the Bicentenary

A short film is under development, in honour of the bicentennial year of the Birth of Baha’u’llah. We hope that this film will inform and inspire young people as well as adults, and encourage them to examine their own lives and capacities for service to […]

New Bahá’í RE website launches

Today marks the launch of a new website dedicated to supporting UK schools with materials on the Bahá’í Faith for use across all age ranges. The website provides downloadable presentations, activities and lesson plans, as well as links to other […]

Age 14-16 (KS4)

Under each topic below, you will find presentations, links to audio-visual material, classroom activities and in some cases schemes of work and lesson plans, as well as teachers’ notes. In addition to the downloadable resources, the following items are available […]

Bicentenary

On 29 October 2019, Bahá’ís worldwide will be celebrating 200 years since the birth of the forerunner of Bahá’u’lláh, known as the Báb (meaning ‘Gate’).     Some materials have been produced for schools especially for this event: A PowerPoint […]

OTHER RESOURCES

There are several other resources that may be useful to teachers, suitable for more than one age group. As with the age-specific materials, we would love to hear about your experiences of using any of our materials, so do please let […]

Age 16-19 (KS5)

The Bahá’í Faith offers both teacher and student a wealth of insights into the search for a better world.  It also illustrates and helps bring into focus the teachings of other religions. Some broad themes are set out below. The Warwick Bahá’í […]