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Analyse the article by John Hull and fill in the grid.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - Christmas - The gift box outline£CALL Out of stock
This presentation enables learners in RE to explore what TV adverts tell viewers will make them happy, and whether this is true or false.£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning about The Good Samaritan for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning about The good Samaritan for pupils in KS2 (7-11 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
Exploring a theme: Puzzling Questions - The healing of Jairus' daughter adapted from the Bible£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - God: Image of The Hindu Trimurti£CALL Out of stock
Opening up RE: Judaism - A Jewish folk tale from Eastern Europe£CALL Out of stock
Monday 13 November 2017 – Oxford This seminar is based on a recently published themed issue of Education 3-13 on the humanities in the primary school and is sponsored by Oxford Brookes University and ASPE.£CALL Out of stock
Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - The imam’s in-tray worksheet activity£CALL Out of stock
Many teachers of RE, like Elizabeth Brownlow, have found that the methods associated with Philosophy for Children can add spice to RE-related work. In this article, she tells her own story of careful experimentation, reflection and analysis.£CALL Out of stock
Here are some of the key ideas about service based on words from the Sikh holy book – the living Guru – the Guru Granth Sahib. They talk about the importance of sewa, or selfless service.£CALL Out of stock
In the book, each poem follows a simple structure. It takes one key feature of the poem’s subject and uses this as the first and last line. Sandwiched in between these are several lines describing other features of the subject.£CALL Out of stock
Lesson ideas which help to improve way of literacy and religious awareness combined. This slideshow supports the activities on pp. 21–27 of Inspiring RE: inspirational people, edited by Fiona Moss, published by RE Today.£CALL Out of stock
It has sometimes been claimed that the interpretive approach to RE is difficult to grasp, particularly for those who have not worked through the method in their own practice.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Gavin Collins, North Leamington Community School and Arts College.£CALL Out of stock