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What is the well-dressed patriarch choosing this season?

What is the well-dressed patriarch choosing this season?

A presentation using the exhibition ‘Empty Hanger’ to explore the story of temptation from Genesis 3 and encourage fashion design and RE to link up.

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What kind of charity is Christian Aid?

This lesson considers Christian Aid’s foundations as a Christian charity, with reference to biblical teachings. It explores the practical work Christian Aid undertakes to tackle poverty, drawing attention to the wide range of projects which Christian Aid supports through partner organisations in countries worldwide. It also encourages students to think about the current global pressures of climate change, poverty, food insecurity, plus the impacts of conflict and natural disasters.

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What makes a good RE teacher

What makes a good RE teacher

The RE Council (REsource volume 20 issue 2, Spring 1998)

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What makes an inspirational person? PPT

What makes an inspirational person? PPT

This slideshow supports the activities on pp. 10–14 of Inspiring RE: inspirational people.

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What matters for you about RE?

A questionnaire for 7-11s about their experiences of RE, from REtoday Autumn 2019 article: Primary Pupil Voice in RE.

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What scholars say about jihad - full transcript

What scholars say about jihad - full transcript

In March 2017, a panel discussion was hosted by the Al-Khoei Foundation. This is the full transcript. From pp.14-15 of Examining religion and belief: Muslims.

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What the world thinks of God - BBC Poll

What the world thinks of God - BBC Poll

BBC commissioned a poll: These statistics provide a useful insight into people’s beliefs, the reasons for them and the impact beliefs have on behaviour.

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What Theology and Religious Studies graduates do after they graduate

What Theology and Religious Studies graduates do after they graduate

Those of you promoting the study of Religious Studies at A level or at degree level, may find this document useful.

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What would you like to ask God? Challenging questions: a reflective story for RE.

What would you like to ask God? Challenging questions: a reflective story for RE.

In this article, Lat Blaylock and Alison Phillips provide a guided story script designed to challenge pupils to deep thinking about big questions, and some interesting examples of pupils' spiritual reflection.

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What would your pupils say about RE?

What would your pupils say about RE?

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What’s faith got to do with world issues?

This lesson features an interview with Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, and the current Chair of the international development charity Christian Aid.

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What’s this about, then?

What’s this about, then?

A pdf of the article by Julie Grove on pages 16 - 17 and worksheets for the Odd One Out activity for under 7s.

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What’s this about, then? Odd one out activity

A pdf of the article by Julie Grove on pages 16 - 17 and worksheets for the Odd One Out activity for under 7s.

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What’s worth knowing in Judaism (p.46)

What’s worth knowing in Judaism (p.46)

This article by Sue Schraer will challenge your understanding of what to teach about Judaism.

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When life gives you lemons, make RE

a PDF of the article on p.38. Maureen McDevitt-Norman teaches at Ecclesfield School in South Yorkshire. Starting work on inspirational people, she began not with Mother Teresa or Aung San Suu Kyi, but by making fruitful use of a metaphor

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Where can we find 'Religion'?

Exploring a theme: Religion Around Me - Supplementary information for teachers

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