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Julie Grove, who's a member of the REtoday editorial group, provides the tools and the rationale for some imaginative RE. She was, until recently, RE adviser in Solihull.£CALL Out of stock
Steph Carnell and Jane Lewis from the Diocese of Southwell, Nottinghamshire, share their experience of creating a concentrated RE experience as a way to deepen pupils' learning.£CALL Out of stock
This article is a summary of a Montgomery Trust lecture delivered for Christian Education by Professor Terence Copley in London on 6 May 2006.£CALL Out of stock
Interfaith Explorers is a free online resource designed to take pupils on a voyage of discovery through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Its aim is to promote respect and understanding between people, particularly those of the Abrahamic faiths.£CALL Out of stock
Don't just admire others, be a hero yourself. Manjit Kaur, a Sikh who teaches RE herself, offers information and ideas about Sikhism and heroism for the primary classroom.£CALL Out of stock
This is a somewhat quirky textbook, which could be useful with gifted and talented at KS3 or for GCSE RS courses looking at Philosophy.£CALL Out of stock
Dilwyn Hunt, RE adviser in Dudley LEA, summarises four great ways to challenge the gifted and talented pupil, tried and tested“ which are also adaptable for the mainstream.£CALL Out of stock
Is RE important in a Special School? How do you teach RE effectively in special schools? Four final-year students from the University of Cumbria undertaking a four-year Primary QTS degree specialising in RE offer their thoughts.£CALL Out of stock
Assemblies are not RE, but they sometimes lead to good RE. See what happened when interfaith ideas got into the assembly programme in this Warrington School.£CALL Out of stock
John Hick (REsource, volume 19 issue 3, summer 1997)£CALL Out of stock
In this article Jane Brooke, RE Today sub editor and adviser in Cheshire, describes a way of working with the biblical story of Abraham and Isaac.£CALL Out of stock
A visually appealing and colourful text , ideally suited for students following any GCSE syllabus examining Muslim responses to contemporary moral issues and ultimate questions.£CALL Out of stock
An informative book which covers the basics of Islam in a concise and considered way. It is accessible for most pupils and a good source of reference.£CALL Out of stock
Muslim artist and educator Razwan Ul-Haq responds to REtoday's questions about his work and perspective.£CALL Out of stock
James Holt (RE source volume 26 issue 2, spring 2004)£CALL Out of stock
John Kirk of Chapel Road School, Attleborough, has used his Farmington Fellowship term to create a set of multimedia resources to get primary pupils thinking deeply.£CALL Out of stock