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Challenging Knowledge in RE vol 2: Studying Worldviews. Resource 1.1: sheet explaining the multidisciplinary RE behind this series, and use of a three-strand approach. Supports the 'Diving in' section in the CKRE series.£CALL Out of stock
An extended version of the article on pages 12 - 13 by Philippa Hughes with examples of children’s work.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Susan Wilson, Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School.£CALL Out of stock
Lat Blaylock (REsource volume 23 issue 3, summer 2001)£CALL Out of stock
A copy of the article by Christine Paul on pages 30-31.£CALL Out of stock
A good starting point if you are looking to teach a lesson on Sunni and Shi'a Islam. Includes a useful classroom activity.£CALL Out of stock
PDF of Liz Johnson's article on pages 24-25, 'For the classroom' section in REtoday Summer 2021. Exploring the concept of the Christian Holy Trinity with 6-7 year olds.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Expressive Arts - Team Mosque activity£CALL Out of stock
Challenging Knowledge in RE vol 1: Studying God. Resource 9.1A: Teenage voices - ideas of God. Pages 26-27 from the book. (For further examples, see online Resource 9.1B)£CALL Out of stock
Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Temptation scenario£CALL Out of stock
Inspriring: Right and Wrong - This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas about how to teach about right and wrong, good and bad.£CALL Out of stock
Here are 10 flexible sets of learning ideas for children in the 4–5 age group. What could your school make more use of from this list? Which ones are you already doing well? And what would be numbers 11–15 if you wrote them? By Lat Blaylock.£CALL Out of stock
Brian Gates explains how he came to formulate the "Ten Characteristics of RE" in the way that he did.£CALL Out of stock
'How can children understand the concept of God when it is so abstract?' John Hull proceeded to answer these questions using illustrations of conversations with small children.£CALL Out of stock
A 6-slide PowerPoint presentation for spiritual learning.£CALL Out of stock
Does your school provide an appropriate level of provision for RE? Here are ten questions think about.£CALL Out of stock