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Report on the results of NATRE's fourth survey (2012) on the impact of the EBacc on RE.£CALL Out of stock
NATRE's response to the DfE's consultation about reform of the National Curriculum.£CALL Out of stock
Report on the results of NATRE's 2013 survey of RE in 700 primary schools in England.£CALL Out of stock
Report on NATRE's survey of 580 secondary schools in May–July 2013 about the impact of the EBacc on RE.£CALL Out of stock
The RE Review, an initiative of the Religious Education Council of England and Wales, takes account of wider educational aims, including those of the new National Curriculum.£CALL Out of stock
Report on the results of NATRE's 2016 survey of RE in 373 primary schools in England.£CALL Out of stock
Here are some examples of ways that Sikhs can perform sewa. Remember, the idea is that Sikhs should perform service without looking for reward or gain for themselves. It is meant to be service for God.£CALL Out of stock
This is one of a series of separate session ideas. Each involves some engaging learning out of doors, or in larger indoor spaces, some thinking all together and some opportunities to take the learning and record thoughts and ideas individually afterwards through good RE writing activities. We hope these ideas will flex across the 5-14 age range.£CALL Out of stock
REtoday likes controversy, so here Michael Brydon celebrates the Prayer Book, while Chris Boxley takes a different view.£CALL Out of stock
Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: 5-4-3-2-1 Learning Hindu ideas by numbers. Further information and revision activity to extend learning activity 2£CALL Out of stock
Opening up RE: Creativity - Questions based on Jewish passages£CALL Out of stock
Opening up RE: Creativity - Questions based on Muslim passages£CALL Out of stock
RE Today believe they have a great way of lifting a whole school’s ambition and achievement in RE through whole-school professional development, often through clusters of school, multi-academy trusts and other networks of schools. Find out how...£CALL Out of stock
A blank version of the opposites and similars grid£CALL Out of stock
Jeff Astley (REsource 25:3, Summer 2003). Overview of the types of books useful in understanding the philosophy of religion.£CALL Out of stock
Joy Barrow (REsource 25:1, Autumn 2002). Recommendations of books on Sikhism.£CALL Out of stock