Searching for resources – use the filter options on the left of this page. You can search via the 'Generic Filters' e.g age group, religion or resource type. Alternatively, if you are looking for specific resources for a particular publication then you can search by 'Publication Type'.
Visit our dedicated termly mailing pages to search by section within publications.
The documents published here reflect a wide range of approaches amongst RE teachers; and do not represent the personal view of the NATRE Executive.
Click here to filter results +
Guidance from NATRE on how to use the 2013 Ofsted Report 'religious education: realising the potential' to support RE.£CALL Out of stock
This document explains how the Yell directory may be used as a tool for investigating places of worship and religious organisations, in order to stimulate reflection on the nature and range of religious diversity within a locality.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - Fairness and Justice: Using your money - Quotes for an activity£CALL Out of stock
Stephen Pett, Head of RE at Chosen Hill School in Gloucestershire, shares the challenge of using ICT for more effective RE at four rising levels.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - Sacred Places: Visit Activity Sheet£CALL Out of stock
A classroom resource from RE Today. Looking at a persons journey from Manchester to Makkah to complete the Muslim Hajj, the pilgrimage that makes the fifth pillar of Islam.£CALL Out of stock
This presentation from RE Today uses original photographs to raise questions and share understanding about Muslim prayer with 9–11 year olds.£CALL Out of stock
This RE Today resource is of a £5 value, and available to NATRE members complimentary up to 31 October 2016. Each Photo Story contains a large number of high resolution images, carefully selected questions to stimulate close attention and thoughtful questions. Learning objectives and suggested activities for use are included in each presentation.£CALL Out of stock
Some schools struggle to find the pictures of Jewish, Muslim or Christian life that will enable learning and even when you have the pictures, some teachers are anxious about RE and not sure how to use them.£CALL Out of stock
Guidance and a code of conduct.£CALL Out of stock
Extended versions of the materials on p.11. Activity based on personal views£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 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