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Opening up RE: Hinduism - Exploring Hindu beliefs about action and consequences£CALL Out of stock
Exploring a theme: Beliefs in Action in the World - Pupil activity page for 4 – 7 year olds on the Christian story of the Widow’s Mite£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Sacred Words - A PDF of the story of the wise man and the bowl of milk from page 9£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - Christmas - Being a storyteller£CALL Out of stock
Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - The Sunni and Shi'a divide information worksheet.£CALL Out of stock
In this article Kathy Bigio provides some specific and practical ways of working imaginatively in RE with 4 - 5- year-olds. Islam is often taught safely, but here children learn from Muslim dress in ways that are warm and wild.£CALL Out of stock
Opening up RE: Judaism - Through the doors of Northwood and Pinner Liberal synagogue activity. Some Jewish children explain about key features of the Synagogue£CALL Out of stock
Wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan draws on personal experience as she teaches an RE lesson at an inner city school on the rights and wrongs of hunting.£CALL Out of stock
This book, focusing on thinking through issues to do with Christian faith and belief, explores the nature of truth and religion and experience£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Jesus - The Transfiguration£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Jesus - The Transfiguration Activity£CALL Out of stock
Julie Grove offers thoughts on approaching Christmas in RE.£CALL Out of stock
Alister McGrath, Professor of Historical Theology, Oxford University, argues that, as atheism declines, new challenges emerge around the question 'What do we hope?.£CALL Out of stock
Stories are told in as simple a way as possible to enable children’s imaginations to act upon the essences of the story and to make connections between the stories and their own experience.£CALL Out of stock
The UK Sikh Survey 2016 is the largest and most comprehensive specific study to date of the views of Sikhs in the UK. It has been developed and managed by the Sikh Network and was devised to fill the gap, as there was a particular need for better statistical evidence on a range of issues that concern the British Sikh community.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Community - The Ummah in the Five Pillar cards activity£CALL Out of stock