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 Alone at the beginning of time.

Alone at the beginning of time.

This presentation from Jackie Metcalfe is a hugely creative way to make 7 – 16s think about the ideas of God and the big bang for themselves.

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 Cool on the Catwalk (p. 35).

Cool on the Catwalk (p. 35).

A presentation to accompany the article.

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Giving it! How charitable is Britain? extended article.

An extended version of the article on pages 24 – 25. These pages present many sources for understanding the Muslim practice of giving to charity and to help those less fortunate.

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Learning Outside the Classroom (Index) .

An index of 30 recent REtoday articles for Learning Outside the Classroom.

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‘A Christian view’ extended interview with Lizzie Henderson

‘A Christian view’ extended interview with Lizzie Henderson

Faith in science? Faith in God? By Lizzie Henderson, Youth and Schools Programme Coordinator at The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion. This is an extended version of Lizzie’s article from the January 2018 edition of REtoday magazine.

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‘A-Z of Religion and Beliefs films

‘A-Z of Religion and Beliefs films

These secondary films from BBC Teach are an A-Z of world religions and belief, covering subjects as diverse as religious clothing, extremism, the distribution of wealth and more philosophical themes.

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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 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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14 key moments in Jesus' last hours'

14 key moments in Jesus' last hours'

This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Spring 2018’s REtoday magazine, pp. 24–5. Start your pupils off on slide 4.

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15 marks questions preperation

Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson B: Artificial Inteligence)

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2. Taking Time over Assessment (pp 44 – 45) (Examples)

2. Taking Time over Assessment (pp 44 – 45) (Examples)

Examples of pupils’ work.

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2011 (January) NATRE Survey on Impact of the EBacc on RE

Final analysis of NATRE's survey of 900 secondary teachers of RE undertaken in January 2011 in response to the introduction of the EBacc.

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2011 NATRE Survey on Impact of EBacc on RE

Report on NATRE's survey of 2000 secondary schools in May 2011 about the impact of the English Baccalaureate on RE.

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2012 NATRE Survey on Impact of the EBacc on RE

Report on the results of NATRE's fourth survey (2012) on the impact of the EBacc on RE.

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