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A PowerPoint for use in the classroom with 7-11s looking at 'Why is the Qur'an treated with such respect?'. From Inspiring RE: Muslims p.20.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Community - Why is the ummah important for muslims£CALL Out of stock
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£CALL Out of stock
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. In May 2018, the detail of what schools including academies must publish online was amended slightly to ensure there was absolutely clarity that Religious Education must be included in the published curriculum.£CALL Out of stock
We asked five Muslims why the Five Pillars are an important part of being a Muslim. Here are five versions of the copy of the resource sheet on p.19 of Inspiring RE: Muslims, one for each of the pillars.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Jesus - Cards for Activity 2: Why were Jewish people waiting for the Messiah activity£CALL Out of stock
P. 30 of Inspiring RE: inspirational people.£CALL Out of stock
A CD-ROM which aims to provide an introduction to six world faiths for 9 - 14 year olds. A disappointing resource which is not recommended, other than as a source of video clips ideal for independent use with an interactive whiteboard.£CALL Out of stock
Image with questions£CALL Out of stock
This unit of work for Religious Education from RE Today provides non-statutory exemplification of some good teaching and learning for any school to use.£CALL Out of stock
Worship and Sacred Places encourages knowledge and understanding of Christianity, Judaism and Islam, especially as practised in the UK. It covers the beliefs of each religion, the nature and significance of worship, and the importance of sacred places.£CALL Out of stock
Link up your ideas to each picture and retell the story of Nanak's trip to market. This activity has supports RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.£CALL Out of stock