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Science and Belief (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Science and Religion for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).

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Science and Belief winners

The winning entries. (p.28).

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Science and Religion in Schools: a guide to the issues for primary schools

Science and Religion in Schools: a guide to the issues for primary schools

A very useful resource addressing issues raised by the interface between science and religion across the 7 to 11 age range, providing practical help through the clearly laid out book and accessible CD-ROM.

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Science and Religion in Schools: a guide to the issues for secondary schools

Science and Religion in Schools: a guide to the issues for secondary schools

A very useful resource addressing issues raised by the interface between science and religion across the 11 to 19 age range.

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Science and religion information statements

Science and religion information statements

Individual A4 sheets with statements on science and religion. To be used with RE Today's curriculum book 'Why don’t some people believe in God'.

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Science and Religion: Terraforming

Science and Religion: Terraforming

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Paul Hopkins.

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Science Fiction? Religious Fact?: How do we know what is true?

Science Fiction? Religious Fact?: How do we know what is true?

This study shows how a Year 9 class were able to explore the philosophical, scientific and theological concepts of truth through a range of activities which linked not only to RE, but also English and science.

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Scroll and quotes from the Bible

RE Ideas: Sacred Words - PDF of scroll and quotes from the Bible on page 20

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Searching for meaning purpose and truth

Emma Bennett’s artwork (Coloured image)

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Searching for meaning purpose and truth black and white

Emma Bennett’s artwork (Black and White image)

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Secondary RE with ICT: A pupil’s entitlement

Secondary RE with ICT: A pupil’s entitlement

ICT offers a range of powerful tools to help pupils to learn, and this document provides examples of how it supports, enhances and develops learning and teaching in secondary religious education (RE).

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Secondary: Lesson 1 - Nelson Mandela Quote

Nelson Mandela Quote - Anti-bullying secondary resource

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Secondary: Lesson 1 - Dartboard Resource

Dartboard resource - secondary anti-bullying resources

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Secondary: Lesson 1 - Reasons for bullying

Reasons for bullying - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 1 - Starter quiz on religion

Starter quiz on religion - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 1 Plan 'Why Do some people bully others'

'Why Do some people bully others' - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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