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Secondary: Lesson 5 Themed poems

Themed poems - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Self and peer assessment: making assessment for learning happen

Self and peer assessment: making assessment for learning happen

Olivia Seymour sums up her experience of sharing the assessment load with pupils themselves.

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Senior leaders and governors: a guide to fasting

Senior leaders and governors: a guide to fasting

In some schools, children (especially Year 6 and older pupils) will want to fast during the month of Ramadan. If this is the case in your school, you may want to consider the following points

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Sensory Hindu worship

Sensory Hindu worship

Mandy Green, who teaches RE at a Special School in Peterborough for children with multiple learning difficulties, shares a special RE lesson for all the senses on Hindu worship.

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Seva on the streets of Northampton

Seva on the streets of Northampton

This resource from RE Today supports the article about Sikhs serving langar, free kitchen food, on the streets in Northampton featured in these 2 popular RE Today publication. Thanks to Harkirat Singh for his help with the article.

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Seventeen-year-olds: more spiritual than religious, less atheistic than you may have thought.

Seventeen-year-olds: more spiritual than religious, less atheistic than you may have thought.

Lat Blaylock (REsource volume 28 issue 1, autumn 2005)

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SHAP Jubilee Award

Shap is seeking up to 3 teachers (aged under 35), ideally one each from the primary, secondary and special sectors, to award with the accolade ‘RE teacher of the future’. We are seeking nominees- you can nominate yourself – to receive an award of £500 for yourself and £250 for your school to spend as you wish, but ideally on further RE development and innovation.

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Shiva Parvati image

A copy of the Shiva and Parvati image from Bristol Hindu temple.

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Sikh Interview

Sikh Interview

Interview with Gurdev

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Sikh way of life

Manni Kaur’s story.

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sisyphus

sisyphus

Storyboard

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Sisyphus cartoon

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Six reasoned beliefs about the afterlife

Learning activities.

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Six Regional Day Conferences for teachers of RE in training 2017-2018

Six Regional Day Conferences for teachers of RE in training 2017-2018

NATRE is grateful to The Jerusalem Trust and the St Luke’s Foundation for their support in running six regional day conferences for teachers of RE in training 2017-2018.

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Slicing the RE cake

Slicing the RE cake

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SMSCD via displays PowerPoint

A good model for learning outside the classroom anywhere. From REtoday Autumn 2012 'Spirituality in the classroom (p.46)'

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