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A short introduction for teachers of RE in Secondary schools.£CALL Out of stock
A NATRE PowerPoint to show 'Why restoring subject knowledge enhancement grants and balancing bursaries is necessary to recruit sufficient teachers of RE for secondary schools'.£CALL Out of stock
There are wide variations between regions when it comes to teacher vacancies in all subjects. This is not a new phenomenon.£CALL Out of stock
Raconteur, Yorkshire wit and former school inspector Professor Gervase Phinn spoke at the launch of the Northamptonshire RE Agreed Syllabus this spring.£CALL Out of stock
An extended version of the article by Gervase Phinn on pp.4-5£CALL Out of stock
An extended version of the article on pp26 - 27.£CALL Out of stock
Opening up RE: Respect - Teachers Information Sheet£CALL Out of stock
Teachers notes to help support you in your teaching of Hinduism and Divali. Includes links to BBC films from the 'Religions of the World' series and 'My Life My Religion'.£CALL Out of stock
These classroom ideas support the BBC's Religion of the World series specifically looking at Easter. More notes on the other films are also available.£CALL Out of stock
Two good strategies to make pupils think more deeply about abortion and the moral and spiritual dilemmas it raises for Christians.£CALL Out of stock
The full version of Professor Denise Cush’s Buddhism article from Professional REflection.£CALL Out of stock
Sarah Smalley (REsource volume 27 issue 2, spring 2005).£CALL Out of stock
Mike Poole (REsource volume 26 issue 1, autumn 2003)£CALL Out of stock
Most of us teach about religious traditions with a degree of trepidation: there is so much to reveal and yet so many pitfalls, real or imagined. So, we have decided to ask experts across the range of religious traditions to give us advice on 'what to bear in mind' in our teaching. And who better to ask about Sikhism that Eleanor Nesbitt?£CALL Out of stock
James Holt argues that a teacher’s underlying beliefs and values can form an important element of their formation as a teacher.£CALL Out of stock
An extended version of the article on pages 12 - 13 by Philippa Hughes with examples of children’s work.£CALL Out of stock