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A document to signpost you to some great films produced by the BBC for primary RE.£CALL Out of stock
A piece of home learning about Religion and Science for pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).£CALL Out of stock
The Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC) website is a vast but tightly and logically structured resource which covers 11 religions and many projects, each in the same way. Choosing a particular religion leads to information presented in sections such as the following: quotes, new, beliefs, ecology, statement; links. The site is text-based, and works best if students are given a sharply focused task rather than a general ‘research-based’ one.£CALL Out of stock
These classroom ideas support the BBC's Religion of the World series which can be found here: www.bbc.com/teach This resource contains the full set of notes to support these BBC films.£CALL Out of stock
Primary films from the BBC Teach for 4–7s: Religions of the World is a series of ten animated ‘Octonaut-style’ stories from six different world religions.£CALL Out of stock
Brian Gates gave the opening address at the annual conference of the Association of RE Advisers, Inspectors and Consultants (AREIAC), held in Peterborough in July 2006.£CALL Out of stock
A recent major piece of research has some important implications for those who want to provide a form of RE that is both accurate and sensitive to the needs of today’s children and the communities to which they belong.£CALL Out of stock
Non-statutory guidance for RE in English schools, published January 2010. This guidance replaces Circular 1/94 with regard to guidance on RE. Pages 26 - 30 are of particular relevance to schools.£CALL Out of stock
Barbara Wintersgill (REsource volume 25 issue 2, spring 2003)£CALL Out of stock
Julie Grove (REsource volume 26 issue 1, autumn 2003)£CALL Out of stock
Pat Hannam (REsource volume 28 issue 3, summer 2006)£CALL Out of stock
A highly recommended, basic and accessible introductory text book for AS and A level students.£CALL Out of stock
Druidry, Jehovah's Witnesses and the Baha'i faith£CALL Out of stock
Opening up RE: Easter - Remembering Jesus in church presentation£CALL Out of stock
Sue Glover, Advisory Primary Teacher for RE in Cheshire, shares some inspiration for the Christian festival that might be even more significant than Christmas.£CALL Out of stock
"Giving voice to ‘the silent minority’: the experience of religious students in secondary school religious education lessons" is a research poster based on research undertaken by Dan Moulin, doctoral researcher at Oxford University Department of Education, in 2011.£CALL Out of stock