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Many teachers of RE, like Elizabeth Brownlow, have found that the methods associated with Philosophy for Children can add spice to RE-related work. In this article, she tells her own story of careful experimentation, reflection and analysis.£CALL Out of stock
Here are some of the key ideas about service based on words from the Sikh holy book – the living Guru – the Guru Granth Sahib. They talk about the importance of sewa, or selfless service.£CALL Out of stock
In the book, each poem follows a simple structure. It takes one key feature of the poem’s subject and uses this as the first and last line. Sandwiched in between these are several lines describing other features of the subject.£CALL Out of stock
Lesson ideas which help to improve way of literacy and religious awareness combined. This slideshow supports the activities on pp. 21–27 of Inspiring RE: inspirational people, edited by Fiona Moss, published by RE Today.£CALL Out of stock
It has sometimes been claimed that the interpretive approach to RE is difficult to grasp, particularly for those who have not worked through the method in their own practice.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Gavin Collins, North Leamington Community School and Arts College.£CALL Out of stock
A visual learning resource. Colour£CALL Out of stock
Exploring a theme: Journey of Life and Death - The Journey of Life - A visual learning resource - The black and white version£CALL Out of stock
RE Ideas - Sacred Words - The Kalima and Allah al-Wadud£CALL Out of stock
Northampton Sikhs are doing ‘langar on the street’: Harkirat Singh explains why (pp.32-33).£CALL Out of stock
This download resource for Summer 2015 from REtoday magazine supports the article “The langar on the street” on pp.32–33, about Sikhs serving langar (free kitchen food) on the streets in Northampton£CALL Out of stock
PDF of the magazine article.£CALL Out of stock
Alison Robertson identifies why it's good to be a pagan and an RE teacher.£CALL Out of stock
Andy Johnson used to be a Christian Minister. In this short article he talks about his new career as an RE teacher.£CALL Out of stock
Opinderjit Kaur Takhar talks about being a Sikh and an RE teacher.£CALL Out of stock
An excellent book for the classroom, school library or home bookshelf. Adults and children can share anbd explore texts that offer both purpose and meaning for life.£CALL Out of stock