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The documents published here reflect a wide range of approaches amongst RE teachers; and do not represent the personal view of the NATRE Executive.

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An additional activity about what matters most in the Pope’s role.

An additional activity about what matters most in the Pope’s role.

This resource looks at what matters most to Pope Francis and provides statements for students to sort. This supports pp.6-7 of the RE Today publication 'Christians' within the 'Examining religion and belief series'.

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An article: A Partnership between Teachers and Learners: How to Inspire Your Pupils in RE.

An article: A Partnership between Teachers and Learners: How to Inspire Your Pupils in RE.

Joyce Mackley, RE adviser for 15 years has endeared herself to hundreds of teachers through her practical and inspiring work.

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An assembly for peace.

An assembly for peace.

A pdf of the article by Janet Neilson on p.35

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An extended interview with Hannah Hart

An extended interview from Hannah Hart from the RE Today publication Atheists.

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An interfaith trip

An interfaith trip

A presentation by Anna Mantle on how school interfaith visit to a Sikh gurdwara and a Muslim faith centre in Kirklees helped her students to grow.

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An Introduction to Spirited Play

An Introduction to Spirited Play

Stories are told in as simple a way as possible to enable children's imaginations to act upon the essences of the story and to make connections between the stories and their own experience.

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An RE week on respect for everyone

An RE week on respect for everyone

A Flash presentation showing how All Saints School, Sandwell, used learning outside the classroom and design and thinking skills activities for all ages during their week of ‘Respect for Everyone through RE’

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Analysing atheists: where do they stand on God? Activity card

Analysing atheists: where do they stand on God? Activity card

Activity card from page 5 of RE Today publication Examining Religion and Belief: Atheists.

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And another thing

And another thing

A Script for an argument in 20 bites between a Christian and an Atheist: What does it mean to be human?

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Andy and His Bag: Introducing World Religions at Key Stage 1

Andy and His Bag: Introducing World Religions at Key Stage 1

Helen Thacker (REsource 20:3, Summer 1998) – advice on how you could teach pupils about different religions through animated images of children.

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Anti-racism!

Anti-racism!

Sally Elton Chalcroft reminds teachers that our mind-set matters. Every child of every race deserves a positive image.

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Antonia Rolls: Artist Extraordinaire

Antonia Rolls: Artist Extraordinaire

Antonia Rolls is a Christian artist, beloved of many teachers of RE. Her work has featured in both of REtoday's Picturing Jesus packs.

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AQA Religious Studies for AS and A2

AQA Religious Studies for AS and A2

This will be a very useful resource for any students learning ethics, especially if they are studying an AQA specification.

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

This resource is from a primary RE Today curriculum book called Special People. This resource uses Archbishop Desmond Tutu as an example of special people in the world. Full of classroom activities for primary pupils.

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Are you sitting (too) comfortably?

Are you sitting (too) comfortably?

Additional resources to accompany the article on page 34 by Mark Plater.

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