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Joyce Mackley, RE adviser for 15 years has endeared herself to hundreds of teachers through her practical and inspiring work.£CALL Out of stock
A pdf of the article by Janet Neilson on p.35£CALL Out of stock
Opening up RE: Belonging - An effective RE planning process example for upper primary£CALL Out of stock
An extended interview from Hannah Hart from the RE Today publication Atheists.£CALL Out of stock
An extended version of Augustine’s diary entry from p.29.£CALL Out of stock
Opening up RE: Hinduism - An image of Lakshmi£CALL Out of stock
A presentation by Anna Mantle on how school interfaith visit to a Sikh gurdwara and a Muslim faith centre in Kirklees helped her students to grow.£CALL Out of stock
Q and A with Rabbi Nancy Morris.£CALL Out of stock
Stories are told in as simple a way as possible to enable children's imaginations to act upon the essences of the story and to make connections between the stories and their own experience.£CALL Out of stock
Challenging Knowledge in RE vol 1: Studying God. Resource 2.1: An Islamic perspective on theology.£CALL Out of stock
A presentation showing how All Saints School, Sandwell, used learning outside the classroom and design and thinking skills activities for all ages during their week of ‘Respect for Everyone through RE’£CALL Out of stock
Activity card from page 5 of RE Today publication Examining Religion and Belief: Atheists.£CALL Out of stock
Helen Thacker (REsource 20:3, Summer 1998) – advice on how you could teach pupils about different religions through animated images of children.£CALL Out of stock
Who believes in angels? Expressing meaning through images.£CALL Out of stock
Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - Rachel Dryden is a PhD student at Cambridge University. In this document, she summarises some key points from her studies, on what the Qur'an say about angels.£CALL Out of stock
Animal Ethics is part of the BBC’s Ethics website. It provides detailed and comprehensive coverage of the main areas of study required by the exam boards e.g. legislation; moral status of animals; experimentation; eating animals; pets; hunting; animal activism. Perspectives from five religions are covered: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. The material is text-based. It is suitable as a reference point for students, particularly more able ones, and is a readily accessible source from anywhere with internet access.£CALL Out of stock