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NATRE Executive Recommends Inspiring RE Muslims

NATRE Executive Recommends Inspiring RE Muslims

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NATRE Executive Recommends RE and the Graveyard

NATRE Executive Recommends RE and the Graveyard

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NATRE Executive Recommends RE Ideas Literacy

NATRE Executive Recommends RE Ideas Literacy

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NATRE Executive Recommends RE Ideas Spiritual Development

NATRE Executive Recommends RE Ideas Spiritual Development

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RE Skills progression for KS1 and KS2

The following document as written by Naomi Anstice for Cheshire West SACRE Agreed syllabus supplementary materials in October 2018. She has agreed for it to be shared on this page. The ongoing skills and attitudes listed below are central to the study of Religion and World Views and should be reflected in learning opportunities, throughout all stages of learning.

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Sample lesson for assessment for learning in RE

Sample lesson for assessment for learning in RE

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What would your pupils say about RE?

What would your pupils say about RE?

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10 top tips for thinking and discussion skills

10 top tips for thinking and discussion skills

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Welcome Document

Religious Education contributes dynamically to children and young people’s education in schools by provoking challenging questions about meaning and purpose in life, beliefs about God, ultimate reality, issues of right and wrong and what it means to be human. In RE they explore religions and worldviews in local, national and global contexts, to discover and consider different answers to these questions. They learn to weigh up the value of wisdom from different sources, to develop and express their insights in response, and to agree or disagree respectfully. There are multiple reasons why RE is so valuable for pupils today.

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10 top tips for assessment in RE in your school

10 top tips for assessment in RE in your school

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10 top tips for using expressive arts in RE

10 top tips for using expressive arts in RE

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Strategies for igniting your RE lessons

Strategies for igniting your RE lessons

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Bernadette and Beatitudes

This PowerPoint sequence supports the ideas about the meanings of the Beatitudes from Matthew 5 in Christian text. It is based on Trish Ebbrell’s work, published in Summer 2017’s REtoday magazine. The pupils sometimes struggle with their writing, but they really do handle the big ideas about Saint Bernadette rather well.

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RE Planning

Look at what’s available in your school regarding RE. Is there any long term planning? Does your school follow an agreed syllabus?

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A blank version of the opposites and similars grid

A blank version of the opposites and similars grid

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A timeline-sorting activity for use by students

The rise of Western atheism: a timeline

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