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Two case studies of two schools who had undertaken the RE Quality Mark (REQM).£CALL Out of stock
Inspiring RE: Hindus- The Ramayana: emotion graph£CALL Out of stock
Lat Blaylock and Rasamandala Das suggest ideas and resources for exploring notions of death and reincarnation within the classroom. Loss and death are often the realities we most seek to avoid.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Simon Bennett, Tudor Grange School.£CALL Out of stock
This PowerPoint explore 'Temptation: a universal phenomenon? Still relevant today? What might drag your students to hell? '£CALL Out of stock
This is one of a series of separate session ideas. Each involves some engaging learning out of doors, or in larger indoor spaces, some thinking all together and some opportunities to take the learning and record thoughts and ideas individually afterwards through good RE writing activities. We hope these ideas will flex across the 5-14 age range.£CALL Out of stock
A pdf of the article by Alison Brown on pp.16 - 17.£CALL Out of stock
An article form REtoday 35 1 (pp. 28–29). Three photos to sum up an RE visit to Jerusalem (or the sacred place down your street).£CALL Out of stock
This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Autumn 2017’s REtoday magazine looking at an RE visit to Jerusalem (or the sacred place down your street).£CALL Out of stock
Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - The Sunni and Shi'a divide information worksheet.£CALL Out of stock
Wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan draws on personal experience as she teaches an RE lesson at an inner city school on the rights and wrongs of hunting.£CALL Out of stock
This book, focusing on thinking through issues to do with Christian faith and belief, explores the nature of truth and religion and experience£CALL Out of stock
Alister McGrath, Professor of Historical Theology, Oxford University, argues that, as atheism declines, new challenges emerge around the question 'What do we hope?.£CALL Out of stock
The UK Sikh Survey 2016 is the largest and most comprehensive specific study to date of the views of Sikhs in the UK. It has been developed and managed by the Sikh Network and was devised to fill the gap, as there was a particular need for better statistical evidence on a range of issues that concern the British Sikh community.£CALL Out of stock
This download resource for Summer 2015 from REtoday supports the article “The Values Game” on pp.38–39 of the magazine.£CALL Out of stock
PDF of the magazine article (pp.38-39)£CALL Out of stock