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The documents published here reflect a wide range of approaches amongst RE teachers; and do not represent the personal view of the NATRE Executive.

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10 Beginnings for Foundation Stage RE

Here are 10 flexible sets of learning ideas for children in the 4–5 age group.

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10 Ideas for Better Visual Learning: Images for Better RE

Everyone signs up to the importance of visual learning these days, but after deciding that visual learning matters, then what? Try these 10 ideas.

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10 Ideas for Creative Assessment in Primary RE

Alison Brown, a member of the PCfRE Executive and RE Adviser to the Anglican Diocese of Derby, decodes the mysteries of assessing primary RE.

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10 Ideas for Rubbish RE

Rubbish RE: The 10 Worst Examples We Could Find!!

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10 Practical Ideas to Help a Child to Grow Through RE

This article provides 10 practical ideas for good RE. Good RE isn't finished until the pupils' capacity to reflect on their own attitudes and sense of identity or community has been supported.

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Ten ways governors can help RE

10 ways governors can help RE

Looking to get your governors engaged with RE? Then forward them this article by RE Today, which provides ten questions for them to think about at school leadership level.

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10 Ways to Use a Digital Camera in the Teaching of RE

Somewhere in most schools, a number of digital cameras are sitting idle. Could they make a contribution to an RE lesson?

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2013 NATRE Response to Consultation on NC Reform

NATRE's response to the DfE's consultation about reform of the National Curriculum.

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2013 NATRE Survey on RE in Primary Schools

Report on the results of NATRE's 2013 survey of RE in 700 primary schools in England.

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2013 Review of Religious Education in England

The RE Review, an initiative of the Religious Education Council of England and Wales, takes account of wider educational aims, including those of the new National Curriculum.

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A Child's Reflections

A Child's Reflections

Gill Johnson, of Oaklands Infant School in Cheshire, shares some ways her team have found of helping 4–7s to reflect for themselves in RE. A huge range of approaches, given time, can grow reflective RE.

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A Gift Revisited

A Gift Revisited

Julie Grove (REsource 28:1, Autumn 2005).

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A Gift to the Child: Teaching and Learning in Primary RE

A Gift to the Child: Teaching and Learning in Primary RE

This resource is important for understanding pedagogy in RE. It is child centred and encourages children to think deeply about many issues. A very worthwhile addition to a resource collection.

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A Group of High Achievers, MAGATs

A Group of High Achievers, MAGATs

Marilyn Bowles, AST and NATRE executive member from Willowbrook Primary School in Leicester, shares the experience of planning opportunities in RE for high–achieving and more able primary pupils.

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A New Friend is Better than a Whole Box of Treasure

A New Friend is Better than a Whole Box of Treasure

Janet Jackson, from Holmes Chapel Primary School in Cheshire, compares values with her 5-year-old pupils. Lessons around the theme of a gift.

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A Partnership between Teachers and Learners: How to Inspire Your Pupils in RE.

A Partnership between Teachers and Learners: How to Inspire Your Pupils in RE.

Joyce Mackley, RE adviser for 15 years has endeared herself to hundreds of teachers through her practical and inspiring work.

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