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Oliver Forrest Library catalogue allows you to search for Titles, Authors, Series & Subjects plus conduct an Advanced search and Search Other Sources for various educational databases and online encyclopedias that the library subscribes to.
Type your keyword/s into the Search box and then select 'Search other sources' the database will collectively search and display the results from other databases such as World Book Online, Encyclopedia Britannica and ClickView - all in the one search. You can customize your search.
Britannica School Encyclopaedia Britannica has hundreds of thousands of articles, biographies, videos, images, and Web sites.
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Online encyclopaedias are great for short, concise and correct information.
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BBC web page gives an introduction to Sikhism, with descriptions of its history, customs, beliefs, worship and holy days.
The Sikhism website looks at the origin and development of Sikhism, its philosophy and scriptures, and way of life. It also contains resources like audio prayers, Sikh names, essays and links to other sites.
Sikhism facts for kids
Sikhism is a monotheistic religion, or a religion that believes in one god. The followers are called "Sikhs", and their holy book is the Guru Granth Sahib. 27 million people are followers of Sikhism, that makes it the fifth largest religion in the world. It is most popular in Asia. Sikhs are usually identified by the Turban that they wear, but not all wear turbans.
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