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PowerPoint presentation detailing and assessing examples of achievement in RE for age group 4 to 6 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 7 to 9 years. Supports the title: RE in Action, to help teachers to clarify progress and the impact of RE.£CALL Out of stock
Jane Brooke visited Dee Banks School to see how RE was taught in a Special School. Small steps in learning and careful objectives imply something to learn for every RE teacher, mainstream or special.£CALL Out of stock
This download resource for Autumn 2015 from REtoday supports the ‘RE in the graveyard’ article by Gill Tewkesbury about a class visit to a graveyard and the work around the visit.£CALL Out of stock
PowerPoint presentation: 'RE in the Nursery' to support article 'Early Years RE Provocations' by Emma Pobjoy in REtoday Summer 2020£CALL Out of stock
We asked a selection of readers of REtoday to think about their RE reality at the moment. Here's some wisdom they sent us back.£CALL Out of stock
The following document as written by Naomi Anstice for Cheshire West SACRE Agreed syllabus supplementary materials in October 2018. She has agreed for it to be shared on this page. The ongoing skills and attitudes listed below are central to the study of Religion and World Views and should be reflected in learning opportunities, throughout all stages of learning.£CALL Out of stock
RE subject leader Action Plan£CALL Out of stock
5 ways you can support RE teacher recruitment£CALL Out of stock
A collection of 50 key stories from six religious traditions which are included in many agreed syllabuses. Each story is set out on a single side of A4, with the themes of the story and the religious tradition clearly identified. Each story comes with either some key questions to engage students in discussion, or some suggested classroom activities to develop the meaning and themes of the story in ways appropriate to RE.£CALL Out of stock
Support material form the RE-Searchers for Mr Stricken's Nativity Nightmare.£CALL Out of stock
The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on RE published a report, RE: The Truth Unmasked, in March 2013. The focus of the report was the supply of and support for teachers of RE. It made recommendations about how the staffing of RE could be improved.£CALL Out of stock
Teachers can use this with pupils aged 11–16. This presentation uses a quiz about British Islam today. Teachers can use this to get pupils to try out the quiz, and to give answers.£CALL Out of stock
Many teachers of RE will recall Terry Waite’s long captivity as a hostage in Lebanon in the 1990s. In this PowerPoint, he looks back at the experience for the benefit of your GCSE pupils.£CALL Out of stock
Marilyn Bowles, NATRE Executive member, lets ICT open up religious family life for all pupils in her class of 4 - 5year olds.£CALL Out of stock