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You can make displays for the classroom, corridor, foyer or elsewhere. They are particularly useful for special projects/days or multicultural events. They are a creative activity for your pupils, and can be linked to a relevant scheme of work. They also help inform others about the work of the RE department, and stimulate interest in the subject. You might want to create a shrine or altar as a display, or part of a display. In India it is common to see small shrines erected anywhere, on car dashboards, in shops or on the street. There is not much difference between a display and a shrine. A display could include other items not normally found on a shrine; for example, shrine in the centre surrounded by other artefacts.
Vegetarianism, Retreats and more
Can a vegetarian diet improve or restore health?
Since the 1960s, scientists have suspected that a meat-based diet is somehow related to the development of arteriosclerosis and heart disease.
Lake Island Retreats
Discover your relationship with your body, mind and soul. Includes Yoga, meditation, massage options, walking and Eastern philosophy.
Hare Krishna Island
The island is 7 miles from Belturbet in north Co. Cavan and 7 miles from Lisnaskea in south Co. Fermanagh
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