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Gill Johnson, of Oaklands Infant School in Cheshire, shares some ways her team have found of helping 4–7s to reflect for themselves in RE. A huge range of approaches, given time, can grow reflective RE.£CALL Out of stock
A Christian response to Bultmann's theories and philosophy.£CALL Out of stock
Trevor Cooling (REsource 19:3, Summer 1997).£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Christmas - A Feelings graph template£CALL Out of stock
Julie Grove (REsource 28:1, Autumn 2005).£CALL Out of stock
This resource is important for understanding pedagogy in RE. It is child centred and encourages children to think deeply about many issues. A very worthwhile addition to a resource collection.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - A visual image of God's eye view£CALL Out of stock
Marilyn Bowles, AST and NATRE executive member from Willowbrook Primary School in Leicester, shares the experience of planning opportunities in RE for high–achieving and more able primary pupils.£CALL Out of stock
Pages from the Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims publication (pp. 20–21)£CALL Out of stock
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
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 larger image of Guru Nanak and the Cobra. Sheltered by a snake - illustration. Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.£CALL Out of stock
Data from the University of Oxford in February 2016 shows that RS A level continues to be popular with Universities.£CALL Out of stock
A presentation of the story of Guru Nanak and Mardana for 5–11s from pages 34 - 35.£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