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Graham Langtree, RE Adviser to the county of Devon, provides a guide to the new GCSE specifications.£CALL Out of stock
A pdf of the article by Archbishop Desmond Tutu£CALL Out of stock
The big picture: a Hindu creation story, from REtoday Autumn 2019.£CALL Out of stock
This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from RE Today’s book Examining RE: Atheists pp. 8-9. It explores the Humanist Manifesto and gives ideas on how to explore this with your students.£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) about atheism and beliefs about whether God is real using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.£CALL Out of stock
Data to support the writing of examination reports£CALL Out of stock
From the RE Today publication Buddhists, Wendy Ridley talks about the place of meditation in her tradition and daily practice.£CALL Out of stock
This document was produced by the RE Policy Unit (REPU) in collaboration with the REC’s Education Committee. It attempts to summarise the vision for our subject set out in the Commission on RE Final Report including the Statement of Entitlement published in September 2018.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Dave Bennett, Babington Community Technology College.£CALL Out of stock
A compilation of five short films from the BBC for GCSE Religious Studies where twelve students, made up of Christians, Muslims and non-believers, explore some big questions of faith.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience, by Gurjit Kaur Shergill, Brampton Manor School.£CALL Out of stock
Essential RE: Hope. Six reasoned beliefs about the afterlife including ready-to-use lesson activities, including silent debate.£CALL Out of stock
Challenging Knowledge in RE vol 2: Studying Worldviews. Resource 6.2 from p. 24 of book. Six factors described by Prof Grace Davie.£CALL Out of stock
Challenging Knowledge in RE vol 1: Studying God. Resource 3.3 from page 11 of the book. Sheet to complete with spiral text exercise. For use with exercise F on page 9.£CALL Out of stock
The rise of Western atheism: a timeline£CALL Out of stock
An extended version of the interview with Dr Opinderjit Kaur Takhar (pp.2-5).£CALL Out of stock