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Disentangling Buddhist and Christian ideas

Classroom activity: identify Christian and Buddhist statements.

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The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis

This PowerPoint explore 'Temptation: a universal phenomenon? Still relevant today? What might drag your students to hell? '

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A British flag to learn from British Values

This PowerPoint sequence supports the idea for a piece of work about British values for a large school population from REtoday, September 2015.

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Charlie Hebdo terror attack 2015

This PowerPoint sequence supports the idea for a piece of work about British Values and the attacks at the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris just one year ago. It is provided along with the article in RE Today, January 2016. It may prove to be tragically adaptable, whenever you want pupils to consider a complex case of responsibility.

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Thinking hats

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Kali

The female goddess Kali in Hindu traditions.

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Artwork - beliefs about God

Four images that illustrate different beliefs about God.

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Understanding spirituality

What does ‘spiritual’ mean?

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Spirituality Insight Game

This game is designed to enable children to be clear about their own spirituality, and to relate to the spirituality of other people.

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Diversity and Respect

This sequence of work explores what do the religions say about mutual understanding and respect.

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Christian Aid - Religion in Conflict

The amazing true story of two brothers, Luis and Amaral, who were seized to become child soldiers. They fought on opposite sides in Angola’s civil war, but over 30 years later, they are now reunited and working for reconciliation with Christian Aid.

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GCSE examination results 2019

GCSE examination results 2019

Data to support the writing of examination reports

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A level examination results 2019

A level examination results 2019

Data to support the writing of examination reports

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Jewish artefacts: inference square activity

Inference square activity sheet to support 'Essential artefacts' section in Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (RE Today publication). Accompanied by a sheet with the artefacts labelled. Suitable for 11-16s.

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Critical thinking about Jewish festivals

Sheet with PCI (Positive / Challenging / Intriguing) exercise about the festivals of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. To support Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (an RE Today publication). Suitable for 11-14s.

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Introducing Tanakh and Talmud activities

Sheet with additional activities for deeper understanding of the Tanakh and Talmud. To support Essential Texts section of Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (an RE Today publication). Suitable for 11-14s.

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