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Teacher recruitment in RE

A NATRE PowerPoint to show 'Why restoring subject knowledge enhancement grants and balancing bursaries is necessary to recruit sufficient teachers of RE for secondary schools'.

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Teachers enable children to grow -extended version

An extended version of the article by Gervase Phinn on pp.4-5

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Teachers getting musical in the RE class.

An extended version of the article on pp26 - 27.

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Teaching abortion or termination in RE – how to teach better

Two good strategies to make pupils think more deeply about abortion and the moral and spiritual dilemmas it raises for Christians.

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Teaching about Buddhism some points to bear in mind

Teaching about Buddhism some points to bear in mind

The full version of Professor Denise Cush’s Buddhism article from Professional REflection.

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Teaching about Sikhism: Points to bear in mind

Most of us teach about religious traditions with a degree of trepidation: there is so much to reveal and yet so many pitfalls, real or imagined. So, we have decided to ask experts across the range of religious traditions to give us advice on 'what to bear in mind' in our teaching. And who better to ask about Sikhism that Eleanor Nesbitt?

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Teaching Islam in the 21st century

Teaching Islam in the 21st century

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Susan Wilson, Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School.

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Teaching RE to gifted, talented and exceptionally able pupils.

Teaching RE to gifted, talented and exceptionally able pupils.

Lat Blaylock (REsource volume 23 issue 3, summer 2001)

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Teaching respect: approaching issues of gay sexuality.

A copy of the article by Christine Paul on pages 30-31.

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Teaching Sunni and Shi'a Islam

Teaching Sunni and Shi'a Islam

A good starting point if you are looking to teach a lesson on Sunni and Shi'a Islam. Includes a useful classroom activity.

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Ten questions to evaluate your RE provision

Does your school provide an appropriate level of provision for RE? Here are ten questions think about.

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Ten short films from BBC for RE: A day in the life…

A dcoumnet to signpost you to some great films produced by the BBC for RE.

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Ten ways to grow the reflective dimensions of your RE

Here are ten simple, flexible ideas for building more reflection into some popular RE topics for 5–14 year olds.

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Texts of 'The Seven of Consolation'

Extracts from ‘The Seven of Consolation’ from Isaiah. To apply to the microcalligraphy image by Ellen Miller-Braun. From Pp.90-91 REtoday Autumn 2018

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Thai Buddha

A copy of the Buddha image from the inside back cover for use in the classroom

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That's offensive. Perspectives on reliigious offence in advertising.

That's offensive. Perspectives on reliigious offence in advertising.

Reverend Canon Professor Martyn Percy is Principal of Ripon College, Oxford. He’s not scared of adverts that offend. Good job, because he used to chair the Advertising Standards Agency.

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