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The Broken Commandments - Thou Shalt Not Kill

The Broken Commandments - Thou Shalt Not Kill

The Broken Commandments - Thou Shalt Not Kill is a short clip (1.16 mins) from the BBC’s Learning Zone Clips Library in which Ex-Sergeant Harry Garnett explains how he prayed to God for forgiveness for doing what he was trained to do when he was sent to fight in France in 1939. Today he remains convinced of the power of prayer, and God’s willingness to forgive.

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The Buddha and Buddhism

The Buddha and Buddhism

This book, part of Hodder Wayland's Religious Lives series, provides useful information about the Buddha and Buddhism, presented in ways that are accessible for the 9 to 11 (upper Key Stage 2) age range and for less able readers in the lower part of Key Stage 3 (11-12 year olds).

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The Buddha image (pp 46 – 47).

The Buddha image (pp 46 – 47).

A 13-slide PowerPoint presentation for use with this activity.

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The Buddha image Part 2 (pp.46-47)

The Buddha image Part 2 (pp.46-47)

An expanded and illustrated version of the article with classroom.

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The calling of the first disciples: Luke 5:1–11

The calling of the first disciples: Luke 5:1–11

RE Ideas: Jesus - The calling of the first disciples: Luke 5:1–11

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The Chalk Circle of Enquiry (socially distanced learning)

This is one of a series of separate session ideas. Each involves some engaging learning out of doors, or in larger indoor spaces, some thinking all together and some opportunities to take the learning and record thoughts and ideas individually afterwards through good RE writing activities. We hope these ideas will flex across the 5-14 age range.

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The Church School of the Future Review

The Church School of the Future Review

A review of the future of Church School provision commissioned by the Church of England and chaired by Dr Priscilla Chadwick. Published March 2012.

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The Clear Vision Trust: a short history

The Clear Vision Trust: a short history

A short history of The Clear Vision Trust by Munisha.

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The commitment game

Exploring a theme: Exploring codes for a living - The commitment game

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The commitment game

Opening up RE: Respect - The commitment game

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The commitment game presentation

Exploring a theme: Exploring codes for a living - The commitment game presentation

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The Compact Guide to the Bible

The Compact Guide to the Bible

This book will help readers contextualise their understanding of the Bible more fully. It will be of particular use where the focus of study is the history and culture of the Bible, and in more specifically faith-based settings.

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The Compact Guide to World Religions

The Compact Guide to World Religions

This is an extremely useful text for teachers who may not be so familiar with some faiths. You would be safe in recommending it to older pupils as a secure way to ensure that they understood the basic of any faith they are studying.

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The Complete Bible Baddies

The Complete Bible Baddies

This is a gripping collection of stories based on some of the more unsavoury characters in the Bible, all humorous, energetic, witty and thought provoking.

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The Easter story

Opening up RE: Easter - The Easter story

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The Face to Faith Project: grasping the 'nettle' of religion

The Face to Faith Project: grasping the 'nettle' of religion

Ian Jamison writes about the early stages of one global schools project which has been made possible by advances in information technology.

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