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Ofsted's 2010 report on Religious Education based on research in 30 primary and 30 secondary schools over three years.£CALL Out of stock
Responses to Suffering: similarities and differences£CALL Out of stock
Julian Stern (REsource volume 24 issue 1, autumn 2001)£CALL Out of stock
Take the statements on this page and match them to the extracts on p. 10. Decide which statements are true and which are false, according to Sikh teachings. Explain why.£CALL Out of stock
Four different ways of looking at the truth with your students.£CALL Out of stock
A pdf of the article by Bill Gent on page 6£CALL Out of stock
Claire Parkinson offers some tips to help you survive your first year as an RE teacher. And if you’re past your first decade, read it anyway – would you agree with the tips, and do they still apply to you today?£CALL Out of stock
Article by Brian Cox, pp. 6-7 of RE Today magazine spring 2018. Professor Brian Cox has called for believers and non-believing scientists to acknowledge each other’s contributions to human beings’ search for meaning, and to avoid ‘toxic’ dismissals of different worldviews.£CALL Out of stock
In a group choose one of the stories and make a small picture book out of the story – plan four or five simple images.£CALL Out of stock
Understanding sacred texts is an online resource from the British Library. It presents the Hebrew Bible, the Christian Bible and the Qur’an. For each text the DLR asks you to choose one of five themes (then & now; whose text; authority & belief; meaning and interpretation; connections) and listen to five responses to that theme (atheist philosopher; academic; young person; educator; faith leader).£CALL Out of stock
What does ‘spiritual’ mean?£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Kevin Norwood, The Hemel Hempstead School.£CALL Out of stock
Case Study: development of a compelling learning experience by Christine Paul, Bishopsgarth Maths & Computing School.£CALL Out of stock
Unit from RE Today publication 'Inspirational People' which focuses on the role of Jewish women in religion using two women as examples: Judith Kaplan and Julia Neuberger.£CALL Out of stock
Unit from RE Today publication 'Inspirational People' which focuses on how some people are inspired by their religious faith, looking at case studies of individuals Christian and Hindu's.£CALL Out of stock
Unit from RE Today Publication 'Inspirational People' which focuses on what makes an inspirational person, providing a away to explore Jesus, Guru Nanak and others.£CALL Out of stock