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Worship and Sacred Places encourages knowledge and understanding of Christianity, Judaism and Islam, especially as practised in the UK. It covers the beliefs of each religion, the nature and significance of worship, and the importance of sacred places.£CALL Out of stock
This book is a good text to use instead of a textbook, a suitable primary source for religious learning. Ask a bright student to read it and summarise it in a talk to the class.£CALL Out of stock
A DVD resource designed specifically to introduce students to some of the key issues in humanism and atheism. A stimulating and engaging resource which represents excellent value for money.£CALL Out of stock
This volume on the life of St Francis is part of the Short Books series of biographies of famous historical figures.£CALL Out of stock
Provided the teacher uses the book cautiously and is aware of the difficulties referred to in the full review, this book could be a reasonably priced and very useful, attractive, classroom resource to research religions and introduce philosophy of religion to 7 - 11s.£CALL Out of stock
This DVD provides a reasonably priced and well-made source of good multi-faith RE for children in the 4-8 age range (the labelling says 5-7, but they are flexible). Five faiths are each dealt with through the eyes of a child who's a member, and through a story.£CALL Out of stock
Shaha has constructed a charmingly readable journey through some of the most enduring philosophical territory, weaving memories and thoughtful anecdotes into a powerful story of hope and truth.£CALL Out of stock
This book, focusing on thinking through issues to do with Christian faith and belief, explores the nature of truth and religion and experience£CALL Out of stock
This book is a must for those who want to deepen their understanding of the importance of 'the spiritual dimension' in child development generally and in their education particularly. It is thought provoking, stimulating and well written.£CALL Out of stock
An excellent book for the classroom, school library or home bookshelf. Adults and children can share anbd explore texts that offer both purpose and meaning for life.£CALL Out of stock
Guidance for Religious Education (2005)£CALL Out of stock
Ways in to creating a school policy for Spiritual Development£CALL Out of stock
The Reverend Dr Michael Brydon shares a perspective on one of the key religious events of the year: the King James Bible’s 400th birthday.£CALL Out of stock
Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Sarah Heath, Plashet School, London Borough of Newham, supported by Claire Clinton.£CALL Out of stock
In this article, Lat Blaylock and Alison Phillips provide a guided story script designed to challenge pupils to deep thinking about big questions, and some interesting examples of pupils' spiritual reflection.£CALL Out of stock
Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Nathalie Chambers of George Mitchell School, London Borough of Waltham Forest, and supported by Lynne Broadbent.£CALL Out of stock