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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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The (un)feminine divine

Article by Cecilia Scott in REtoday Summer 2020: 'The (un)feminine divine', about the Hindu goddess Durga

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The (un)feminine divine: presentation

PowerPoint presentation: 'The (un)feminine divine' to support article of same title by Cecilia Scott in REtoday Summer 2020, about the Hindu goddess Durga.

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The A Club: The Blogs of Abi Goodenough

The A Club: The Blogs of Abi Goodenough

It could find a place in the fiction section of a school library but is more likely to be popular with parents concerned about some of the potentially unhelpful influences present in the books their teenagers are reading.

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The Bible (home learning)

A piece of home learning about the Bible for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).

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The Bible: The Big Story

The Bible: The Big Story

This is a very welcome addition to textbooks on the Bible and presents the material with a clear, engaging and open approach.

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The Big Bible story

Article by Jane Whittington and Rachel Boxer from the Diocese of Guildford about The Big Bible story resource, from REtoday Autumn 2019.

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THE Big Picture - can you see Jesus in other people?

Theresa Borg works in a school with a Christian character, and describes here her use of the work of art Je Cherche Ton Visage to explore a spiritual idea from Christianity – that Jesus can be seen in others.

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The big picture of St Francis and the wolf

From REtoday summer 2019 'Religion and animals'. PDF version of the image

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The big picture of St Francis and the wolf PPT

PowerPoint to support the article in REtoday summer 2019 'Religion and animals'.

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The big picture: the future of Miami

Article about climate climate from page 50, 'Big Picture' section in REtoday Autumn 2020. With classroom ideas inspired by the image.

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The big picture: Walking to Karbala

PDF of The Big Picture article on pages 46-47 of REtoday Summer 2021 about the Shi'ah Muslim Arbaeen pilgrimage to the city of Karbala.

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The big picture: Walking to Karbala - extended version

Extended version of The Big Picture article on pages 46-47 of REtoday Summer 2021 about the Shi'ah Muslim Arbaeen pilgrimage to the city of Karbala, with further images and text from Saarah Bokhari and Ayaz Ali.

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