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Who am I becoming?

a PDF of the article by Ellie Ellis on pp.30-1

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Who am I becoming? PPT

a PDF of the article by Ellie Ellis on pp.30-1

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Who is Jesus? What are the key teachings of Jesus for Christians today?

Who is Jesus? What are the key teachings of Jesus for Christians today?

First thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Adele Rood of Seven Kings High School, London Borough of Redbridge, and supported by Claire Clinton.

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Who should have been the successor to Prophet Muhammad - Lesson Notes

Lesson notes to support power point exploring the differences and similarities between Sunni and Shia Muslims.

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Who should have been the successor to Prophet Muhammad - power point

A power point exploring the differences and similarities between Sunni and Shia Muslims, sorting cards and lesson notes included.

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Who should have been the successor to Prophet Muhammad - Sorting cards

Sorting cards to support power point exploring the differences and similarities between Sunni and Shia Muslims.

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Who was ...St Francis of Assisi?

Who was ...St Francis of Assisi?

This volume on the life of St Francis is part of the Short Books series of biographies of famous historical figures.

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Why Atheism?

Why Atheism?

A DVD resource designed specifically to introduce students to some of the key issues in humanism and atheism. A stimulating and engaging resource which represents excellent value for money.

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Why do People Suffer?

Why do People Suffer?

This book is a good text to use instead of a textbook, a suitable primary source for religious learning. Ask a bright student to read it and summarise it in a talk to the class.

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Why ethics? Does it make challenging RE?

Why ethics? Does it make challenging RE?

Farmington Fellow Jeanette Wade justifies RE's use of ethics, and shows you how to use Top Trumps for some religiously challenging lessons about heroism and inspiration.

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Why is there evil?

Why is there evil?

Some perspectives from religion and belief

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Why might religious believers want to attract others to their faith?

Essential RE: Freedom. Classroom activity linked to this RE Today publication. Set of reasons for pupils to put in order of importance.

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Why RE?

A worksheet for 11 – 14s to rank 15 reasons for taking an hour a week to learn from religion (page 26).

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Why RE? Presentation

Why RE? Presentation

A presentation for students to enter their agreement or disagreement with the 15 reasons.

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Why Richard Dawkins is the best argument for the existence of God p4

A printable copy of the article by Russell Brand for use in class with 14-19s

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Why SACREs should pay careful attention to school workforce census

Why SACREs should pay careful attention to school workforce census

In response to our State of the Nation report in September 2017, the DfE has taken some small steps to improve schools’ accountability for their Religious Education. This documents provides more details. Published: June 2018

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