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It could find a place in the fiction section of a school library but is more likely to be popular with parents concerned about some of the potentially unhelpful influences present in the books their teenagers are reading.£CALL Out of stock
Exploring a theme: Religion around me - Engagement though the use of an artefact: an Advent Ring£CALL Out of stock
The angel’s message: learning from Islam, thinking for ourselves.£CALL Out of stock
The Revelation of the Holy Qur’an: interesting Islamic learning for5–6-year-olds This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Autumn 2017’s REtoday magazine.£CALL Out of stock
Rachel Barker (REsource volume 24 issue 3, summer 2002)£CALL Out of stock
Inspiring RE: Hindus- The Aum symbol many meanings£CALL Out of stock
2011 is the 400th anniversary of the publication of the Authorised Bible, also known as the King James Bible. As Margaret Cooling shows is this article, this English translation of the Bible has had a far-reaching impact on our culture: art, and music, language, politics and education.£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning about the Bible for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Sacred Words - PDF of page 21 - The Bible in a box£CALL Out of stock
This is a very welcome addition to textbooks on the Bible and presents the material with a clear, engaging and open approach.£CALL Out of stock
Article by Jane Whittington and Rachel Boxer from the Diocese of Guildford about The Big Bible story resource, from REtoday Autumn 2019.£CALL Out of stock
Theresa Borg works in a school with a Christian character, and describes here her use of the work of art Je Cherche Ton Visage to explore a spiritual idea from Christianity – that Jesus can be seen in others.£CALL Out of stock
From REtoday summer 2019 'Religion and animals'. PDF version of the image£CALL Out of stock
PowerPoint to support the article in REtoday summer 2019 'Religion and animals'.£CALL Out of stock
A copy of the Eularia Clarke image from p.92 of this term’s magazine to use on your whiteboard. The image is © Estate of Eularia Clarke and has been used by permission. Photo: Geraint Lewis.£CALL Out of stock
jpg and PDFs to supplement this article.£CALL Out of stock