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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
RE Ideas - Christmas: What can different presentations of the Christmas story tell us presentation£CALL Out of stock
Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Susan Kembalu, St Thomas More Catholic School, London Borough of Haringey, and supported by Denise Chaplin.£CALL Out of stock
Teachers notes and to support the PPT to be used with the article for 9-11s in ‘RE Ideas: Christmas’. The approach uses a work of art by Antonia Rolls and sets up a range of thoughtful and creative activities for pupils to respond£CALL Out of stock
An extended version of the article by Hasya Qureshi from pp.18-19 with examples of children’s work and an activity sheet to copy for class use£CALL Out of stock
When approaching non-religious worldviews, using story to explore beliefs and values is very valuable, and here we present two stories which can be used in this way. A PDF version of pp. 10-15 from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God.£CALL Out of stock
A selection of photos showing examples of artefacts which might be found in a Jewish home. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people', to support the section: Exploring artefacts.£CALL Out of stock
Rae Hancock, comic book fan, researcher, RE teacher, provides a fuller version of her ideas in this expanded article which featured in shorter form on pages 32-35 of April 2016’s RE Today magazine.£CALL Out of stock
Unit 5 of Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.£CALL Out of stock
Foot outline to use for 'foot festival' activities. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.£CALL Out of stock
Unit 1 of Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.£CALL Out of stock