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RE Ideas: Journey - Rayyan is going on Hajj with his family. See what he has to say about the experience:£CALL Out of stock
RE subject leader Action Plan£CALL Out of stock
RE AfL Questions based on Blooms Taxonomy£CALL Out of stock
This presentation can be used as part of a local group meeting and would be most helpful for primary, middle or cross phase groups. It is intended to get people both discussing and thinking about British values.£CALL Out of stock
A Q&A response from the DfE outlining the position with regard to RE and Collective Worship in Academies and Free Schools.£CALL Out of stock
The All Party Parliamentary Group on RE has published a summary report following a five month inquiry into the contribution of RE to good community relations.£CALL Out of stock
Julian Stern (REsource volume 23 Issue 1, Autumn 2000)£CALL Out of stock
A short article by Marilyn Bowles, AST indicating a range of resources for RE in the Foundation Stage to assist teachers in their curriculum development and planning.£CALL Out of stock
Tim O'Brien (REsource, volume 19 Issue 1, Autumn 1996)£CALL Out of stock
Using three assessment focuses to explore and explain achievement in RE£CALL Out of stock
Neil Ruckman, education consultant for The Faith Works Trust at Spring Meadow Farm looks at how RE is at the heart of community cohesion.£CALL Out of stock
RE curriculum offer£CALL Out of stock
Resources to support teachers secure provision for RE helping you to fight your corner.£CALL Out of stock
The following suggestions all offer strategies for promoting debate in RE. They are applicable to almost any situation where there is disagreement within and between people of religious belief, as well as with those who do not follow any particular faith tradition. The six scenarios offered on p.31 give some starting points for debates. As you would expect, they need to accompany some subject knowledge if they are to be anything other than expressions of opinion. Indications of relevant subject knowledge are provided. These activities are designed to be used in different units, you would not use all of them in one unit of work.£CALL Out of stock
PowerPoint presentation detailing and assessing examples of achievement in RE for age group 10 to 12 years. Supports the title: RE in Action, to help teachers to clarify progress and the impact of RE.£CALL Out of stock
PowerPoint presentation detailing and assessing examples of achievement in RE for age group 13 to 16 years. Supports the title: RE in Action, to help teachers to clarify progress and the impact of RE.£CALL Out of stock