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R is for Rituals

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on rituals and how humans find symbols in their rituals to make sense of life using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Raising boys' achievement through Buddhism

Raising boys' achievement through Buddhism

Isobel Gilchrist (REsource volume 25 Issue 1, Autumn 2002)

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Ramadan: how does it feel to the young British Muslim (pp18 – 19) (Part 2).

REtoday magazine: Autumn 2007 - Classroom activities on how Ramadan feels to the young British Muslim

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Ramadan: how does it feel to the young British Muslim (pp18 – 19).

Ramadan: how does it feel to the young British Muslim (pp18 – 19).

A pdf of the article and quotations.

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RE and Collective Worship in Academies and Free Schools

RE and Collective Worship in Academies and Free Schools

A Q&A response from the DfE outlining the position with regard to RE and Collective Worship in Academies and Free Schools.

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RE and Good Community Relations

RE and Good Community Relations

The All Party Parliamentary Group on RE has published a summary report following a five month inquiry into the contribution of RE to good community relations.

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RE and school effectiveness

RE and school effectiveness

Julian Stern (REsource volume 23 Issue 1, Autumn 2000)

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RE Assessing Pupils' Progress Assessment Guidelines

RE Assessing Pupils' Progress Assessment Guidelines

Using three assessment focuses to explore and explain achievement in RE

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RE defender toolkit

Resources to support teachers secure provision for RE helping you to fight your corner.

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RE in Action Ages 10 to 12 presentation slide sample

RE in Action examples of work in RE ages 10 to 12

PowerPoint presentation detailing and assessing examples of achievement in RE for age group 10 to 12 years. Supports the title: RE in Action, to help teachers to clarify progress and the impact of RE.

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Ages 13-16 RE in Action support presentation sample slide

RE in Action examples of work in RE ages 13 to 16

PowerPoint presentation detailing and assessing examples of achievement in RE for age group 13 to 16 years. Supports the title: RE in Action, to help teachers to clarify progress and the impact of RE.

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RE in the real world: tell it like it is

RE in the real world: tell it like it is

We asked a selection of readers of REtoday to think about their RE reality at the moment. Here's some wisdom they sent us back.

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RE: The Truth Unmasked

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on RE published a report, RE: The Truth Unmasked, in March 2013. The focus of the report was the supply of and support for teachers of RE. It made recommendations about how the staffing of RE could be improved.

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RE:Challenging prejudice with knowledge

Teachers can use this with pupils aged 11–16. This presentation uses a quiz about British Islam today. Teachers can use this to get pupils to try out the quiz, and to give answers.

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Reading with Terry Waite

Many teachers of RE will recall Terry Waite’s long captivity as a hostage in Lebanon in the 1990s. In this PowerPoint, he looks back at the experience for the benefit of your GCSE pupils.

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