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Song book with 2 x CDs, 120pp spiral bound. When your RE budget seems small, this resource is a little treasure. It will be used and loved by children, year after year. Super value for money.£CALL Out of stock
This event report shows what a fearless approach to diversity can achieve, in a county some might think of as ‘white’. By Joyce Mackley.£CALL Out of stock
Julian Stern (REsource 25:3, Summer 2003) looks at how spirituality can be expressed through computers.£CALL Out of stock
Helen Thacker (REsource 20:3, Summer 1998) – advice on how you could teach pupils about different religions through animated images of children.£CALL Out of stock
Clear text and appropriate illustrations and photographs make this resource on how Pramodya and her family practise their Buddhist faith accessible to lower primary aged children.£CALL Out of stock
My First Qur’an provides primary schools with an authentic and sensitive retelling of the stories of the Qur’an written by a Muslim in a style suitable for young children.£CALL Out of stock
Peter Tatchell, human rights campaigner, raises a question: How would RE show that every gay child matters?£CALL Out of stock
My NQT year in RE: reflections and observations of the headlights as seen through the eyes of the rabbit by Richard Cooper.£CALL Out of stock
Marilyn Mason, education officer for the British Humanist Association from 1998 to February 2006, tells her story of engagement with RE from early years. In the classroom, students can learn about humanism or other non-religious perspectives.£CALL Out of stock
This is one of a lovely set of big books which all young children will enjoy and which will assist teachers in delivering the Christian elements of the RE curriculum easily. They are well worth investing in for any infant school.£CALL Out of stock
Ever find yourself doing all the talking in your RE lessons? Do the students not seem too bothered with the work? Here is a great study on how to engage the students into leading their own learning.£CALL Out of stock
A rhythmic retelling of this Old Testament Bible story. It will introduce Noah to young children but will not enable the practitioner to develop meaningful RE in the Foundation Stage.£CALL Out of stock
Reflection can be done in groups, says Clive Lawton, who lectures at the School of Oriental and African Studies. He is a member of the Shap Working Party on World Religions in Education.£CALL Out of stock
A 24-page teachers' resource pack with CD-ROM focusing on the Genesis story of creation pictured through seven specially commissioned original works of art.£CALL Out of stock
A short, readable, and authoritative guide to humanism.£CALL Out of stock
Two elements of government policy since 2010 have been described as having ‘unintended negative consequences for Religious Education’. The first of these was the English Baccalaureate introduced in 2010.£CALL Out of stock