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RE Ideas: Literacy - Active reading grid for Judaism to support the article on Sarah and Elliot£CALL Out of stock
A script for an argument in 20 bites between a Christian and an Atheist on 'What does it mean to be human?'.£CALL Out of stock
Build skills by filling in with ideas, reasons, evidence and sources to support your point of view.£CALL Out of stock
How does being a Hindu affect life in India?£CALL Out of stock
Table to match poems and quotes from non-religious funeral services from page 32 of RE Today's curriculum book Inspiring RE: Living without God. Includes practical classroom activities.£CALL Out of stock
An activity which asks pupils to come up with at least three reasons why some people in the parables don’t accept the invitation to allow God to rule in their lives. To be used with section on parables Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.£CALL Out of stock
Church-ads runs an annual campaign to re-tell the story of his birth in ways which engage positively with the public’s interest. This site provides details of the current campaign.£CALL Out of stock
Expanded version of article in Inclusive RE pages 26-27£CALL Out of stock
Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson A: Artificial Inteligence)£CALL Out of stock
Interview with award winning comic Al Murray, who noticed that at least eleven different religions and philosophies say humanity would be better for following the Golden Rule: ‘Treat others how you would like to be treated yourself.’ True?£CALL Out of stock
p.7 of REtoday publication 'Inspirational people'. Alex is a vicar who shares his experience within this letter on how he helps people.£CALL Out of stock
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 piece of home learning about Allah and creation for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
An A4 outline of the altar from p.31 for pupils to design their own.£CALL Out of stock
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'.£CALL Out of stock