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Olivia Seymour sums up her experience of sharing the assessment load with pupils themselves.£CALL Out of stock
Nigel Fancourt (Head of RE, Lord Williamson's School, Thame, Oxfordshire, shares some of his research into classroom assessment.£CALL Out of stock
Joy Stanford explains how using a new self-evaluation toolkit helped her promote RE through the Ofsted inspection process.£CALL Out of stock
A toolkit for subject leaders (2005)£CALL Out of stock
Framework for teaching RE in Special Schools£CALL Out of stock
Senior Leader support agreement for schools willing to participate in the Primary RE 1000 scheme.£CALL Out of stock
In some schools, children (especially Year 6 and older pupils) will want to fast during the month of Ramadan. If this is the case in your school, you may want to consider the following points£CALL Out of stock
Mandy Green, who teaches RE at a Special School in Peterborough for children with multiple learning difficulties, shares a special RE lesson for all the senses on Hindu worship.£CALL Out of stock
Kim Newbould outlines some basic principles for multi-sensory RE and offers further resources.£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - Fairness and Justice: Sentence knockout: You are happy if activity£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas: Journey - Setting the challenge - Teaching about the Jewish festival of Pesach activity£CALL Out of stock
Preparing for a new year of RE£CALL Out of stock
This resource from RE Today supports the article about Sikhs serving langar, free kitchen food, on the streets in Northampton featured in these 2 popular RE Today publication. Thanks to Harkirat Singh for his help with the article.£CALL Out of stock
Stairs to where? A presentation to stimulate thought and discussion (pp.12-13).£CALL Out of stock
Lat Blaylock (REsource volume 28 issue 1, autumn 2005)£CALL Out of stock
The Pursuit of Excellence is a short extract (1:43) from a lecture by a Muslim speaker, Siraj Wahhaj. on marriage and sex. In this extract he speaks of the virtue and ‘excellence’ of keeping sex for the marriage relationship.£CALL Out of stock