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Unit 2: If you do something wrong, can it be put right

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - This unit uses a secular story and two stories from sacred texts to explore the question of whether our wrong actions or bad choices can be put right.

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Unit 2: The Aum: what are the meanings of this symbol of the Hindu religion

Inspiring RE: Hindus- Unit 2: The Aum: what are the meanings of this symbol of the Hindu religion

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Unit 3: Hindu beliefs about how the world works

Inspiring RE: Hindus- Unit 3 Hindu beliefs about how the world works. Pupils first look at the natural order of the world around them, then order within their own lives.

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Unit 3: In the journey of life, what makes things better

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - This unit provides information about two religions: Islam and Hinduism. Beliefs are explored through a series of activities, culminating in a board game bringing together pupils’ learning.

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Unit 4: How do religious people decide how to solve dilemmas

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - This unit uses body sculpture, thinking about dilemmas and interpreting scriptural texts to explore how religious people might go about solving different dilemmas.

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Unit 4: How why where do Hindu people worship

Inspiring RE: Hindus- Unit 4: How why where do Hindu people worship

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Unit 5: Is it possible to live in a truly peaceful world

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - The work in this unit will allow pupils to focus on peace before progressing to explore both direct and indirect violence.

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Unit 5: What are the meanings of the story of Rama and Sita

Inspiring RE: Hindus - Unit 5: What are the meanings of the story of Rama and Sita

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Unit 6: How does dharma help Hindus to be good

Inspiring RE: Hindus- Unit 6: How does dharma at each stage of life help Hindus to be good

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United Planet with Twin Moons - Razwan Ul-Haq

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol.2 -An image of United Planet with Twin Moons - Razwan Ul-Haq

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Unravelling quotations

Page 33 of this RE Today publication. Extension activities to help students get to grips with learning those essential quotations for examination success.

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Untangled harvest hymns

Opening up RE: Thankfulness - Answers to Activity 2, page 21 of Opening up Thoughtfulness.

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Using a source of wisdom to interpret Christian practice

RE Ideas - Christmas - Using a source of wisdom to interpret Christian practice: Bible quotes

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Using art when delivering Primary RE

Using art when delivering Primary RE

This presentation showcases some superb RE work from a previous NATRE Spirited Arts’ competition.

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Using art when delivering Secondary RE

Using art when delivering Secondary RE

This presentation showcases some superb RE work from a previous NATRE Spirited Arts’ competition.

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Using iPods in RE

Using iPods in RE

A short article on the potential for using iPods in RE by Paul Hopkins.

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