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A description of the new APPG for RE and an invitation to teachers and others to contact their constituency MP with an invitation to join.£CALL Out of stock
A presentation outlining exam reform 2013.£CALL Out of stock
How advice based on a misunderstanding of the idea of ‘facilitating subjects’ can disadvantage students applying for university!£CALL Out of stock
Ten ways to use charity data in exploring the themes of money and religion.£CALL Out of stock
A short report from NATRE outlining the GCSE data for History, Geography and RE, indicating the true picture.£CALL Out of stock
A Summary of the first meeting of the new expert advisory groups (EAG) for RE convened by the REC.£CALL Out of stock
Exploring a theme: Religion Around Me - An Interview with Kian, a Baha'i£CALL Out of stock
Article celebrating the success of a multi faith conference for 160 primary pupils.£CALL Out of stock
Vicky Gilbert, of Oldfield Middle School, Uttoxeter, describes how the RE department in her school ran a spectacular RE experience for 30 pupils.£CALL Out of stock
Letter sent by NATRE and the REC to Sir Michael Wilshaw, HMCI on 18 January 2012 regarding Religious Education.£CALL Out of stock
NATRE's response to DfE announcements on 7 February 2013 regarding a) Plans to introduce EBCs halted; b) GCSEs to be maintained and reformed; c) Introduction of new performance measure.£CALL Out of stock
Letter from Ofsted to Ms D Weston, NATRE Executive, in response to her FOI request about RE and the new Ofsted inspection framework.£CALL Out of stock
Ofsted's 2013 'long report' on RE.£CALL Out of stock
This article suggests, that in many schools around the country, full course RS for all might be a serious and viable option which is in the best interests of both the pupils and the school as a whole.£CALL Out of stock
Classroom activities by RE Today to follow up the Question of Faith programme on Revelation BBC 2014£CALL Out of stock
Classroom activities developed by RE Today to support the BBC 2 Question of Faith series on Sexuality BBC 2014£CALL Out of stock