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A piece of home learning about 'Noah' for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning using 'Noah' for pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
Notes about the Martin Scorsese film 'Silence' to support discussion around why people die for their faith, to support pages 12-15 in ERB Christians vol. 2£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning using 'Room' and 'The LEGO Movie' for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning using 'Room' and 'The LEGO Movie' for pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
Trading Values board game (pp.6-8) Inc. the cards, board and rules for playing.£CALL Out of stock
Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - How is the meaning of the Qur’an understood? Over its history, different people have interpreted the Qur’an in different ways. Leading educators look at some of the main developments (extended version)£CALL Out of stock
Ofsted's 2010 report on Religious Education based on research in 30 primary and 30 secondary schools over three years.£CALL Out of stock
Responses to Suffering: similarities and differences£CALL Out of stock
Take the statements on this page and match them to the extracts on p. 10. Decide which statements are true and which are false, according to Sikh teachings. Explain why.£CALL Out of stock
Four different ways of looking at the truth with your students.£CALL Out of stock
A pdf of the article by Bill Gent on page 6£CALL Out of stock
Article by Brian Cox, pp. 6-7 of RE Today magazine spring 2018. Professor Brian Cox has called for believers and non-believing scientists to acknowledge each other’s contributions to human beings’ search for meaning, and to avoid ‘toxic’ dismissals of different worldviews.£CALL Out of stock
In a group choose one of the stories and make a small picture book out of the story – plan four or five simple images.£CALL Out of stock
Read the story of Albert and Florence, and George and their experiences during the war in relation to faith. Part of the remembrance suite of resources originally created for the Diocese of Wakefield.£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on Agnostics, and why saying ‘don’t know’ to questions about God might make sense using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.£CALL Out of stock