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Duncan Forrester (REsource 24:2, Spring 2002).£CALL Out of stock
Pat Hannam sketches out both the background to, and the methodology of, Philosophy for Children with a focus on its significance for RE teachers.£CALL Out of stock
In this article, Jo Crabtree of Brunshaw Primary School talks about creative play in RE and the recent christening her class arranged.£CALL Out of stock
This book aims to encourage the reader to explore ancient church buildings and discover the hidden secrets of crypts, vaults, towers and graveyards.£CALL Out of stock
Dave Francis (REsource 24:1, Autumn 2001). Ideas about how to organise assessment in RE.£CALL Out of stock
The stories in this book aim to form a foundation for Circle Time, but could also be used in RE lessons and collective worship.£CALL Out of stock
The Biblos Project is a collaboration of the University of Exeter's School of Education and Lifelong Learning and the Bible Society, boasting a 'new, lively approach to teaching the Bible in today's schools'.£CALL Out of stock
Lisa Kassapian, RE advisory teacher in Hertfordshire, suggests that big questions get better answers. The classroom work from Year 4 at Chater Junior School, Watford, makes the case.£CALL Out of stock
In rural East Devon, a casual walk through Small Heath, with its predominantly South Asian ambience, can be a shock to the system.£CALL Out of stock
Readers who wish to broaden their feel for the Sufi school of Islamic thought and for the sayings of Muhammad as they may relate to the modern life will enjoy this book most.£CALL Out of stock
This is a very comprehensive series of lesson plans and activities, including a DVD and photo cards that focus on relationship education.£CALL Out of stock
A report from Ofsted (2003) on teaching boys with recommendations of what works well.£CALL Out of stock
Pamela Draycott interviews Brother Daniel to create a way forward for pupils who are learning about interfaith issues.£CALL Out of stock
Argues that good writing is incredibly complex. Pupils must establish what they are writing for, what style to employ, who the reader is and how much to write. Good spelling and grammar are also essential to allow meaning to be clear.£CALL Out of stock
This unit considers not just the technical expertise to use certain computer programmes, but the capacity to select the appropriate programme for the task in hand.£CALL Out of stock
A high–quality, comprehensive and flexible PowerPoint-based resource – a 'must' for anyone teaching pilgrimage in Buddhism to 7–14s.£CALL Out of stock