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This game is designed to enable children to be clear about their own spirituality, and to relate to the spirituality of other people.£CALL Out of stock
A report on Religious Education provision within secondary schools in England by NATRE and the REC£CALL Out of stock
South London grime artist Stormzy has a debut album called Gang Signs & Prayer. It was the first grime album in history to reach number 1. This is an edited version of Miranda Sawyer’s Guardian article about her interview with him, and explores his beliefs and spirituality.£CALL Out of stock
Stormzy: grime and grace PowerPoint illustrating the learning activities with examples of students’ work. This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Autumn 2017’s REtoday magazine.£CALL Out of stock
Lat Blaylock editor of REtoday magazine, sets out ten tips to make stories really work to engage and provoke pupils in RE.£CALL Out of stock
The Religious Education of England and Wales held its 2014 Annual General Meeting in the Welsh Government Buildings in Cardiff on May 7th and were addressed by Huw Lewis, Minister for Education in Wales.£CALL Out of stock
Summary of theodicies from the unit 'How effective are solutions to the philosophical problem of evil?' on pp.24-29.£CALL Out of stock
This analysis of data gathered in a one-week survey of secondary teachers was conducted in order to support subject leaders in writing reports on the examination performance in the autumn term 2018.£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at what makes temples, sacred spaces and holy buildings great achievements for humanity? using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.£CALL Out of stock
An interview with campaigning activist Peter Tatchell. Readymade lessons for 14–19s on homophobia, equal love and gay marriage, including two interviews and a PowerPoint for teachers to use.£CALL Out of stock
This extended version of Emma Senior’s article on levels 4 and 5, with examples from Buddhism, provides for teachers to think carefully about the progression of 11 – 13 year olds from description to explanation.£CALL Out of stock
Examples of pupils’ work.£CALL Out of stock
A target board to support students in thinking about responses to the question ‘Who am I?’ (p.13).£CALL Out of stock
A response to Barbara Wintersgill (REsource volume 23 issue 2, spring 2001)£CALL Out of stock
Barbara Wintersgill HMI (REsource volume 22 issue 3, summer 2000)£CALL Out of stock
A short introduction for teachers of RE in Secondary schools.£CALL Out of stock