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Article by Jane Whittington and Rachel Boxer from the Diocese of Guildford about The Big Bible story resource, from REtoday Autumn 2019.£CALL Out of stock
Theresa Borg works in a school with a Christian character, and describes here her use of the work of art Je Cherche Ton Visage to explore a spiritual idea from Christianity – that Jesus can be seen in others.£CALL Out of stock
From REtoday summer 2019 'Religion and animals'. PDF version of the image£CALL Out of stock
PowerPoint to support the article in REtoday summer 2019 'Religion and animals'.£CALL Out of stock
A copy of the Eularia Clarke image from p.92 of this term’s magazine to use on your whiteboard. The image is © Estate of Eularia Clarke and has been used by permission. Photo: Geraint Lewis.£CALL Out of stock
jpg and PDFs to supplement this article.£CALL Out of stock
This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Summer 2017’s REtoday magazine. Start your class off on the next slide, and discuss the questions as you go. Pupils might write three paragraphs about this – see slide 5. Teachers should make sure the pupils understand the concepts of anti-Semitism and fascism as the work begins.£CALL Out of stock
A PowerPoint presentation and PDF to supplement this article.£CALL Out of stock
This term’s visual learning idea is simple. The four artefacts in the pictures show four key aspects of Sikhism.You could adapt this learning idea to any religion, using four pictures. It uses simple enquiry methods and is suited to the learning needs of children aged from 7 upwards.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - God: Story of the birth of Lord Brahma and the creation of the universe£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Community - The boy who threw stones at trees activity£CALL Out of stock
The Broken Commandments - Thou Shalt Not Kill is a short clip (1.16 mins) from the BBC’s Learning Zone Clips Library in which Ex-Sergeant Harry Garnett explains how he prayed to God for forgiveness for doing what he was trained to do when he was sent to fight in France in 1939. Today he remains convinced of the power of prayer, and God’s willingness to forgive.£CALL Out of stock
This book, part of Hodder Wayland's Religious Lives series, provides useful information about the Buddha and Buddhism, presented in ways that are accessible for the 9 to 11 (upper Key Stage 2) age range and for less able readers in the lower part of Key Stage 3 (11-12 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
A 13-slide PowerPoint presentation for use with this activity.£CALL Out of stock
An expanded and illustrated version of the article with classroom.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Jesus - The calling of the first disciples: Luke 5:1–11£CALL Out of stock