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What does ‘spiritual’ mean?£CALL Out of stock
This document has been written to support teachers of RE, subject leaders and coordinators in all school subject to the new Ofsted framework, published in May 2019 for inspections from September 2019.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Kevin Norwood, The Hemel Hempstead School.£CALL Out of stock
Sheet with text in English from the Unetaneh Tokef prayer, with activities for thought and discussion. To support Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (an RE Today publication). Suitable for 11-14s.£CALL Out of stock
Case Study: development of a compelling learning experience by Christine Paul, Bishopsgarth Maths & Computing School.£CALL Out of stock
Unit from RE Today publication 'Inspirational People' which focuses on the role of Jewish women in religion using two women as examples: Judith Kaplan and Julia Neuberger.£CALL Out of stock
Unit from RE Today publication 'Inspirational People' which focuses on how some people are inspired by their religious faith, looking at case studies of individuals Christian and Hindu's.£CALL Out of stock
Unit from RE Today Publication 'Inspirational People' which focuses on what makes an inspirational person, providing a away to explore Jesus, Guru Nanak and others.£CALL Out of stock
Unit from RE Today Publication 'Inspirational People' which focuses on people who help and care, starting off with examples.£CALL Out of stock
Unit from RE Today publication 'Inspirational People' which provides teachers with fresh RE that supports English and literacy across the curriculum.£CALL Out of stock
Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - The ideas in this unit help children to think about what values are good and why.£CALL Out of stock
Inspiring RE: Hindus- This unit explores Hinduism and Hindu tradition£CALL Out of stock
Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - This unit uses a secular story and two stories from sacred texts to explore the question of whether our wrong actions or bad choices can be put right.£CALL Out of stock
Inspiring RE: Hindus- Unit 2: The Aum: what are the meanings of this symbol of the Hindu religion£CALL Out of stock
Inspiring RE: Hindus- Unit 3 Hindu beliefs about how the world works. Pupils first look at the natural order of the world around them, then order within their own lives.£CALL Out of stock
Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - This unit provides information about two religions: Islam and Hinduism. Beliefs are explored through a series of activities, culminating in a board game bringing together pupils’ learning.£CALL Out of stock