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A Question of Faith films

A Question of Faith films

A compilation of five short films from the BBC for GCSE Religious Studies where twelve students, made up of Christians, Muslims and non-believers, explore some big questions of faith.

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A Question of Judgement Developing Students Evaluation and Debating Skills

A Question of Judgement Developing Students Evaluation and Debating Skills

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience, by Gurjit Kaur Shergill, Brampton Manor School.

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A Sample RE Policy for a Primary School

Framework for a sample RE policy for a primary school

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A Selection of Crosses

Opening up RE: Easter - A Selection of Cross Images

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A senses poem

Exploring a theme: Beliefs in Action in the World - A writing prompt activity

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A Short History of Articles of Faith in the UK

A Short History of Articles of Faith in the UK

The stories of the company called Articles of Faith and of RE in the United Kingdom over the last 20 years or so have been intertwined.

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A Short History of Evil

A Short History of Evil

A short history of evil is a 4-minute mini-documentary. Some big questions, illustrated by perspectives and snippets from the history of religion, are posed. The resource is aimed specifically at GCSE, is fast-paced and provocative. It enables students understand aspects of the topic, and also leads them to consider their own response to the issue in the light of their learning in RE.

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A short history of the afterlife

A short history of the afterlife

A Short history of the Afterlife is a fast-paced mini-documentary (3.10 mins) which asks some big questions illustrated by perspectives and snippets from the history of religions. Is death the end? Is there any evidence for an afterlife? Is death a consequence of sin, but with hope of a risen life, as Christians say? Or is it all about karma leading to rebirth, as Buddhists believe?

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A Sikh Langar

Opening up RE: Values - A Sikh Langar photograph

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A silent argument strategy

Essential RE: Hope. Six reasoned beliefs about the afterlife including ready-to-use lesson activities, including silent debate.

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A special day for Baby Querk’ PowerPoint

Jo Crabtree approach to learning about welcoming a baby is supported by a PowerPoint presentation you can use in the classroom.

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A Spring Thing (song book with CD)

A Spring Thing (song book with CD)

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.

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A story from Islam about kindness and sharing

Exploring a theme: Beliefs in Action in the World - An interactive story from Islam about kindness and sharing

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A timeline-sorting activity for use by students

The rise of Western atheism: a timeline

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A values auction activity

Opening up RE: Community - An activity for teachers to do with pupils using an activity sheet to do a values auction.

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