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Votes for schools are an organisation run by teachers that provide resources for the primary and secondary classroom. Here is a taster of their resources on 'Religious discrimination Secondary school'£CALL Out of stock
Votes for schools are an organisation run by teachers that provide resources for the primary and secondary classroom. Here is a taster of their resources on 'Religious discrimination Primary school'£CALL Out of stock
The final report of Warwick University's research project for the DCSF, published January 2010.£CALL Out of stock
In these pages, two activities are provided to enable students in the 11–14 age range to think for themselves about the significance of Jesus for Christians and for others. From RE Today 'Christians' publication from the Questions series.£CALL Out of stock
Activities from secondary curriculum Questions: Christians Was Jesus God on earth? pp 12-18 • The eight statements about Jesus for Activity 3 (p15) • The eight-point ranking scale sheet (p.16) • The writing frame from p18 for use in Activity 4£CALL Out of stock
This DVD provides a reasonably priced and well-made source of good multi-faith RE for children in the 4-8 age range (the labelling says 5-7, but they are flexible). Five faiths are each dealt with through the eyes of a child who's a member, and through a story.£CALL Out of stock
Simple images from p.20 with blank speech bubbles to be filled out by students.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Community - Resource Sheet£CALL Out of stock
In support of Activity 2 Thinking, feeling, sensing (p. 20) of Questions: Jewish People, from RE Today Services 2011.£CALL Out of stock
This set of learning ideas provide simple but thoughtful activities through which 5–7s can become increasingly at ease with religious difference. From Opening Up RE: Respect for All, pp.8–11: Diversity for Beginners£CALL Out of stock
Opening up RE: Respect - We're all different - We're all the same cards£CALL Out of stock
A video and DVD teaching pack from Christian Aid designed for 7 - 11 year olds and based on the organisation's work in Kenya. A teachers' pack is included.£CALL Out of stock
A presentation for 14-16s. CND offers education about peace and education for peace.£CALL Out of stock
A pdf of the article on pages 28-29 by Anna Liddle.£CALL Out of stock
Religious Education contributes dynamically to children and young people’s education in schools by provoking challenging questions about meaning and purpose in life, beliefs about God, ultimate reality, issues of right and wrong and what it means to be human. In RE they explore religions and worldviews in local, national and global contexts, to discover and consider different answers to these questions. They learn to weigh up the value of wisdom from different sources, to develop and express their insights in response, and to agree or disagree respectfully. There are multiple reasons why RE is so valuable for pupils today.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Mary Whitworth of Marshalls Park School, London Borough of Havering and supported by Janet Dyson.£CALL Out of stock