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A follow up to an article by Dilwyn Hunt the Summer 2011 edition of REsource (33: 3, 6-8). In this sequel, the author gives examples of what this oft-ignored dimension of AT2 might look like in practice.£CALL Out of stock
Liz Tinder offers examples of her practice in using dance in RE, and reflects on aspects of dance in education.£CALL Out of stock
A report from the inaugural RE Youth Debate 2016£CALL Out of stock
Extended instructions for the reciprocal reading strategy on p.8.£CALL Out of stock
A study-reflection guide based on the Pax Christi Icon of Peace.£CALL Out of stock
REtoday sub-editor Chris Boxley wanted to get some first-hand authentic reflections on Buddhist life in the UK today.£CALL Out of stock
A classroom activity to enable pupils to design stained glass for themselves.£CALL Out of stock
A pdf of the article on pages 46 - 47 by Mark Angus on the spiritual quality of light.£CALL Out of stock
a PDF of the article on pp.28-9 by Rosie Bradberry on encouraging deep thinking in RE with 11-16s£CALL Out of stock
Observations and reflections on the final A level specifications, to help members consider their own views. Please note This is not a NATRE position paper£CALL Out of stock
Julie Grove reflects on the methods of RE that give a non-religious gift to the child.£CALL Out of stock
PDF of p. 25 to support Activity 4 in the section 'What do Hindus believe happens when you die?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.£CALL Out of stock
How can students be helped to develop the skills of interpretation and analysis in RE? How might they become more confident in presenting their ideas to others? Stephen Pett, hit on the idea of using Kar2ouche.£CALL Out of stock
In the real world, religions don't always sing in harmony. In the real world, hard questions must be asked about relations between Christians and Muslims.£CALL Out of stock
Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson A: Religion and AI)£CALL Out of stock
In this article from Governing matters, John Hall outlines reasons why it’s time to rethink religious education.£CALL Out of stock