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 Alone at the beginning of time.

Alone at the beginning of time.

This presentation from Jackie Metcalfe is a hugely creative way to make 7 – 16s think about the ideas of God and the big bang for themselves.

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Beginning to see RE as research

This PowerPoint sequence supports the article ‘Beginning to see RE as research’, on pupils interviewing adult.

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 Cool on the Catwalk (p. 35).

Cool on the Catwalk (p. 35).

A presentation to accompany the article.

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Giving it! How charitable is Britain? extended article.

An extended version of the article on pages 24 – 25. These pages present many sources for understanding the Muslim practice of giving to charity and to help those less fortunate.

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Learning Outside the Classroom (Index) .

An index of 30 recent REtoday articles for Learning Outside the Classroom.

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RE Planning

Look at what’s available in your school regarding RE. Is there any long term planning? Does your school follow an agreed syllabus?

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Religious Life Journey Snakes and Ladders

RE Ideas: Journey - Snakes and ladders board game activity

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‘A Christian view’ extended interview with Lizzie Henderson

‘A Christian view’ extended interview with Lizzie Henderson

Faith in science? Faith in God? By Lizzie Henderson, Youth and Schools Programme Coordinator at The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion. This is an extended version of Lizzie’s article from the January 2018 edition of REtoday magazine.

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‘God the guardian Singing Psalm 46’

‘God the guardian Singing Psalm 46’

Corrine Guntrip is part of the Learning Academy Partnership and the All Saints Teaching School Alliance. Here Corrine discusses how she used music to explore theological ideas with Ilsham C of E Academy Year 4 pupils.

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‘No More Wine’ by Eularia Clarke

Jesus’ first miracle (John 2: 1-11)

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‘Special Kind of Heroes’ song

‘Special Kind of Heroes’ song

A sound file for the song ‘Special Kind of Heroes’ by Fischy Music.

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'Office for standards in Churches' inspection report form

What does it mean to love God and your neighbour? (pp.19-25). The 'Office for standards in Churches' inspection report form.

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10 Beginnings for Foundation Stage RE

Here are 10 flexible sets of learning ideas for children in the 4–5 age group.

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10 Beginnings for RE in the Reception Class

Here are 10 flexible sets of learning ideas for children in the 4–5 age group.

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10 Ideas for Better Visual Learning: Images for Better RE

Everyone signs up to the importance of visual learning these days, but after deciding that visual learning matters, then what? Try these 10 ideas.

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10 Ideas for Creative Assessment in Primary RE

Alison Brown, a member of the PCfRE Executive and RE Adviser to the Anglican Diocese of Derby, decodes the mysteries of assessing primary RE.

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10 Ideas for Rubbish RE

Rubbish RE: The 10 Worst Examples We Could Find!!

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10 Practical Ideas to Help a Child to Grow Through RE

This article provides 10 practical ideas for good RE. Good RE isn't finished until the pupils' capacity to reflect on their own attitudes and sense of identity or community has been supported.

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10 top tips for assessment in RE in your school

10 top tips for assessment in RE in your school

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10 top tips for thinking and discussion skills

10 top tips for thinking and discussion skills

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10 top tips for using drama

10 top tips for using drama

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10 top tips for using expressive arts in RE

10 top tips for using expressive arts in RE

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10 top tips for using film clips in RE

10 top tips for using film clips in RE

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10 top tips for using Literacy in RE

10 top tips for using Literacy in RE

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10 top tips for using the outside space

10 top tips for using the outside space

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Ten ways governors can help RE

10 ways governors can help RE

Looking to get your governors engaged with RE? Then forward them this article by RE Today, which provides ten questions for them to think about at school leadership level.

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10 Ways to Use a Digital Camera in the Teaching of RE

Somewhere in most schools, a number of digital cameras are sitting idle. Could they make a contribution to an RE lesson?

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14 key moments in Jesus 'last hours'

This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Spring 2018’s REtoday magazine, pp. 24–5. Start your pupils off on slide 4.

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15 marks questions preperation

Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson B: Artificial Inteligence)

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2011 (January) NATRE Survey on Impact of the EBacc on RE

Final analysis of NATRE's survey of 900 secondary teachers of RE undertaken in January 2011 in response to the introduction of the EBacc.

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2011 NATRE Survey on Impact of EBacc on RE

Report on NATRE's survey of 2000 secondary schools in May 2011 about the impact of the English Baccalaureate on RE.

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2012 NATRE Survey on Impact of the EBacc on RE

Report on the results of NATRE's fourth survey (2012) on the impact of the EBacc on RE.

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2013 NATRE Response to Consultation on NC Reform

NATRE's response to the DfE's consultation about reform of the National Curriculum.

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2013 NATRE Survey on RE in Primary Schools

Report on the results of NATRE's 2013 survey of RE in 700 primary schools in England.

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2013 NATRE Survey on the Impact of the EBacc on RE

Report on NATRE's survey of 580 secondary schools in May–July 2013 about the impact of the EBacc on RE.

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2013 Review of Religious Education in England

The RE Review, an initiative of the Religious Education Council of England and Wales, takes account of wider educational aims, including those of the new National Curriculum.

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2016 NATRE Survey – An analysis of the provision for RE in Primary Schools

Report on the results of NATRE's 2016 survey of RE in 373 primary schools in England.

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21 examples of service to others in Sikhism

Here are some examples of ways that Sikhs can perform sewa. Remember, the idea is that Sikhs should perform service without looking for reward or gain for themselves. It is meant to be service for God.

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30 leaves, 30 pieces of RE knowledge (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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350th Anniversary of the Book of Common Prayer

REtoday likes controversy, so here Michael Brydon celebrates the Prayer Book, while Chris Boxley takes a different view.

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5-4-3-2-1 Learning Hindu ideas by numbers

Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: 5-4-3-2-1 Learning Hindu ideas by numbers. Further information and revision activity to extend learning activity 2

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A beautiful message for Jewish people

Opening up RE: Creativity - Questions based on Jewish passages

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A beautiful message for Muslim people

Opening up RE: Creativity - Questions based on Muslim passages

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A big step up for your RE in a single day

RE Today believe they have a great way of lifting a whole school’s ambition and achievement in RE through whole-school professional development, often through clusters of school, multi-academy trusts and other networks of schools. Find out how...

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A blank version of the opposites and similars grid

A blank version of the opposites and similars grid

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A Bookshelf on Philosophy of Religion.

Jeff Astley (REsource 25:3, Summer 2003). Overview of the types of books useful in understanding the philosophy of religion.

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A Bookshelf on Sikhism

A Bookshelf on Sikhism

Joy Barrow (REsource 25:1, Autumn 2002). Recommendations of books on Sikhism.

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A British flag to learn from British Values

This PowerPoint sequence supports the idea for a piece of work about British values for a large school population from REtoday, September 2015.

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A Buddhist lantern festival

Recently, over 950 people gathered for a traditional Shinnyo Buddhist lantern floating ceremony at the peaceful, serene Shinnyo-en Buddhist centre in Kent. Article and questions.

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A Buddhist talks about happiness

Extended version of the interview with Ven Tenzin Choesang on p.12

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A Child's Reflections

A Child's Reflections

Gill Johnson, of Oaklands Infant School in Cheshire, shares some ways her team have found of helping 4–7s to reflect for themselves in RE. A huge range of approaches, given time, can grow reflective RE.

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A Christian responds to Rudolph Bultmann

A Christian response to Bultmann's theories and philosophy.

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A Christian Response to John Hick

A Christian Response to John Hick

Trevor Cooling (REsource 19:3, Summer 1997).

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A Feelings graph template

RE Ideas: Christmas - A Feelings graph template

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A Gift Revisited

A Gift Revisited

Julie Grove (REsource 28:1, Autumn 2005).

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A Gift to the Child: Teaching and Learning in Primary RE

A Gift to the Child: Teaching and Learning in Primary RE

This resource is important for understanding pedagogy in RE. It is child centred and encourages children to think deeply about many issues. A very worthwhile addition to a resource collection.

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A Gods eye view

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - A visual image of God's eye view

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A Group of High Achievers, MAGATs

A Group of High Achievers, MAGATs

Marilyn Bowles, AST and NATRE executive member from Willowbrook Primary School in Leicester, shares the experience of planning opportunities in RE for high–achieving and more able primary pupils.

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A guide to Hajj

A guide to Hajj

Pages from the Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims publication (pp. 20–21)

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A Guide to Specifications in GCSE RS (2009)

A Guide to Specifications in GCSE RS (2009)

Graham Langtree, RE Adviser to the county of Devon, provides a guide to the new GCSE specifications.

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A happy man, and a moral voice for love, peace and justice

A pdf of the article by Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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A Hindu creation story

The big picture: a Hindu creation story, from REtoday Autumn 2019.

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A Humanist Manifesto PPT

A Humanist Manifesto PPT

This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from RE Today’s book Examining RE: Atheists pp. 8-9. It explores the Humanist Manifesto and gives ideas on how to explore this with your students.

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A is for Atheism

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) about atheism and beliefs about whether God is real using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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A larger image of Guru Nanak and the Cobra

A larger image of Guru Nanak and the Cobra

A larger image of Guru Nanak and the Cobra. Sheltered by a snake - illustration. Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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A level examination results 2019

A level examination results 2019

Data to support the writing of examination reports

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A level RS and University admission 2015

A level RS and University admission 2015

Data from the University of Oxford in February 2016 shows that RS A level continues to be popular with Universities.

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A lifelong friendship and the start of something big

A lifelong friendship and the start of something big

A presentation of the story of Guru Nanak and Mardana for 5–11s from pages 34 - 35.

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A longer version of Wendy’s interview

A longer version of Wendy’s interview

From the RE Today publication Buddhists, Wendy Ridley talks about the place of meditation in her tradition and daily practice.

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A mother's forgiveness for her son's killers (Christianity)

A mother's forgiveness for her son's killers (Christianity)

A Mother’s Forgiveness for her Son’s Killers is a short clip (6.16 mins) from the BBC’s Learning Zone Broadband Clips Library which tells the story of 18-year-old Anthony Walker through interviews with his mother and sister, and using news footage. They describe their feelings at the loss of Anthony, and also how forgiving his killers, following Jesus’ teaching about forgiveness, has helped them to release their feelings of anger, bitterness and revenge.

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A Muslim Response to John Hick

A Muslim Response to John Hick

Asaf Hussain (REsource 19:3, Summer 1997)

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A mystery: Why does Zara give money away at Ramadan

RE Ideas - Fairness and Justice: A mystery: Why does Zara give money away at Ramadan cards

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A New Friend is Better than a Whole Box of Treasure

A New Friend is Better than a Whole Box of Treasure

Janet Jackson, from Holmes Chapel Primary School in Cheshire, compares values with her 5-year-old pupils. Lessons around the theme of a gift.

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A New Settlement- Accompanying notes for cross phase download

A New Settlement- Accompanying notes for cross phase download

Notes to Accompany Cross phase Download for Local Groups

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A PDF of photos to download from page 5

RE Ideas: Sacred Words - Photos from page 5

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A PDF of the interview with Rehaan

RE Ideas - Sacred Words: An interview with 12-year-old Rehaan, hafiz in training

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A Piece of Me: An Exploration of Identity Using Digital Photography

A Piece of Me: An Exploration of Identity Using Digital Photography

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Dave Bennett, Babington Community Technology College.

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A pilgrims journey

RE Ideas: Journey - Visual journey aid for Islamic pilgrimage

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A process for good learning in RE

Opening up RE: Belonging - A process for good learning in RE

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A Question of Faith films

A Question of Faith films

A compilation of five short films from the BBC for GCSE Religious Studies where twelve students, made up of Christians, Muslims and non-believers, explore some big questions of faith.

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A Question of Judgement Developing Students Evaluation and Debating Skills

A Question of Judgement Developing Students Evaluation and Debating Skills

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience, by Gurjit Kaur Shergill, Brampton Manor School.

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A Sample RE Policy for a Primary School

Framework for a sample RE policy for a primary school

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A Selection of Crosses

Opening up RE: Easter - A Selection of Cross Images

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A senses poem

Exploring a theme: Beliefs in Action in the World - A writing prompt activity

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A Short History of Articles of Faith in the UK

A Short History of Articles of Faith in the UK

The stories of the company called Articles of Faith and of RE in the United Kingdom over the last 20 years or so have been intertwined.

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A Short History of Evil

A Short History of Evil

A short history of evil is a 4-minute mini-documentary. Some big questions, illustrated by perspectives and snippets from the history of religion, are posed. The resource is aimed specifically at GCSE, is fast-paced and provocative. It enables students understand aspects of the topic, and also leads them to consider their own response to the issue in the light of their learning in RE.

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A short history of the afterlife

A short history of the afterlife

A Short history of the Afterlife is a fast-paced mini-documentary (3.10 mins) which asks some big questions illustrated by perspectives and snippets from the history of religions. Is death the end? Is there any evidence for an afterlife? Is death a consequence of sin, but with hope of a risen life, as Christians say? Or is it all about karma leading to rebirth, as Buddhists believe?

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A Sikh Langar

Opening up RE: Values - A Sikh Langar photograph

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A silent argument strategy

Essential RE: Hope. Six reasoned beliefs about the afterlife including ready-to-use lesson activities, including silent debate.

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A special day for Baby Querk’ PowerPoint

Jo Crabtree approach to learning about welcoming a baby is supported by a PowerPoint presentation you can use in the classroom.

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A Spring Thing (song book with CD)

A Spring Thing (song book with CD)

Song book with 2 x CDs, 120pp spiral bound. When your RE budget seems small, this resource is a little treasure. It will be used and loved by children, year after year. Super value for money.

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A story from Islam about kindness and sharing

Exploring a theme: Beliefs in Action in the World - An interactive story from Islam about kindness and sharing

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A timeline-sorting activity for use by students

The rise of Western atheism: a timeline

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A values auction activity

Opening up RE: Community - An activity for teachers to do with pupils using an activity sheet to do a values auction.

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A view from inside Sikhism

An extended version of the interview with Dr Opinderjit Kaur Takhar (pp.2-5).

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A whole day of infant creative RE.

A whole day of infant creative RE.

A presentation to support the article by Tricia Outram, Headteacher, Bakewell Church of England Infant School on page 34.

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A whole day of temptation! – PPT

A PPT presentation to help you plan a successsful ‘RE Day’.

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A Wide Range of Religions in Rural Herefordshire

A Wide Range of Religions in Rural Herefordshire

This event report shows what a fearless approach to diversity can achieve, in a county some might think of as ‘white’. By Joyce Mackley.

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A-Z of Religion and Belief notes and home learning ideas

The A-Z of Religion & Belief notes and home learning ideas from Lat Blaylock, RE Today.

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A-Z of Religion and Beliefs (A-C) lesson ideas

Teachers notes and classroom ideas relating to the BBC series 'A to Z of religions and belief'. This collection of notes covers lesson ideas on Atheism, Burka and Creation. Films can be found here. https://www.natre.org.uk/resources/?Search=A-Z&SearchType=and&NoDefaultFilter=

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A-Z of Religion and Beliefs films

A-Z of Religion and Beliefs films

These secondary films from BBC Teach are an A-Z of world religions and belief, covering subjects as diverse as religious clothing, extremism, the distribution of wealth and more philosophical themes.

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A-Z of Religion and Beliefs lesson ideas

Teachers notes and classroom ideas relating to the BBC series 'A to Z of religions and belief' it covers A-E,G,O,U,V,W,X,Z. https://www.natre.org.uk/resources/?Search=A-Z&SearchType=and&NoDefaultFilter=

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A4 pictures of Dorothy and Jack

Pictures to be used with Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.

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A5 pictures of various places of worship

RE Ideas: Expressive arts - Various pictures of worship including a mosque, a church and a Holy Communion

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Abigail gets Baptised

Opening up RE: Promises - This presentation with questions will help children learn about welcoming a baby in Christianity.

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Abortion: some Christian perspectives

Abortion: some Christian perspectives

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a brief overview of the position of Christianity on abortion. There is a short test activity to consolidate learning.

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Above and Beyond: Using ICT to Develop Pupils' Spirituality

Above and Beyond: Using ICT to Develop Pupils' Spirituality

Julian Stern (REsource 25:3, Summer 2003) looks at how spirituality can be expressed through computers.

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Academies and RE

Academies and RE

Statement from the DfE about the legal requirement for RE in academies

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Access Challenge

The curriculum ideas about Islam in this are all flexible to meet the needs of lower achieving students. Here are four ideas to enable the teacher to make work simple and accessible for a wide range of needs.

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Active reading grid for Judaism

RE Ideas: Literacy - Active reading grid for Judaism to support the article on Sarah and Elliot

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Activity 3: Argument sheet

A script for an argument in 20 bites between a Christian and an Atheist on 'What does it mean to be human?'.

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Activity 3: Pupil worksheet

Build skills by filling in with ideas, reasons, evidence and sources to support your point of view.

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Activity 4 answers

Activity 4 answers

How does being a Hindu affect life in India?

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Activity table (pp. 32)

Activity table (pp. 32)

Table to match poems and quotes from non-religious funeral services from page 32 of RE Today's curriculum book Inspiring RE: Living without God. Includes practical classroom activities.

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Additional activity on parables

An activity which asks pupils to come up with at least three reasons why some people in the parables don’t accept the invitation to allow God to rule in their lives. To be used with section on parables Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.

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Advertising Christianity

Advertising Christianity

Church-ads runs an annual campaign to re-tell the story of his birth in ways which engage positively with the public’s interest. This site provides details of the current campaign.

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Against Racism

Against Racism

Expanded version of article in Inclusive RE pages 26-27

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AI definitions

Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson A: Artificial Inteligence)

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Al Murray: the ‘Pub Landlord’

Interview with award winning comic Al Murray, who noticed that at least eleven different religions and philosophies say humanity would be better for following the Golden Rule: ‘Treat others how you would like to be treated yourself.’ True?

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Alex's letter to the class

Alex's letter to the class

p.7 of REtoday publication 'Inspirational people'. Alex is a vicar who shares his experience within this letter on how he helps people.

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All–Party Parliamentary Group (APPG)

All–Party Parliamentary Group (APPG)

A description of the new APPG for RE and an invitation to teachers and others to contact their constituency MP with an invitation to join.

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Allah and creation (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Allah and creation for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds).

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Alter outline

An A4 outline of the altar from p.31 for pupils to design their own.

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An additional activity about what matters most in the Pope’s role.

An additional activity about what matters most in the Pope’s role.

This resource looks at what matters most to Pope Francis and provides statements for students to sort. This supports pp.6-7 of the RE Today publication 'Christians' within the 'Examining religion and belief series'.

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An article: A Partnership between Teachers and Learners: How to Inspire Your Pupils in RE.

An article: A Partnership between Teachers and Learners: How to Inspire Your Pupils in RE.

Joyce Mackley, RE adviser for 15 years has endeared herself to hundreds of teachers through her practical and inspiring work.

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An assembly for peace.

A pdf of the article by Janet Neilson on p.35

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An effective RE planning process

Opening up RE: Belonging - An effective RE planning process example for upper primary

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An extended interview with Hannah Hart

An extended interview from Hannah Hart from the RE Today publication Atheists.

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An extended version of Augustine’s diary entry

An extended version of Augustine’s diary entry from p.29.

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An image of Lakshmi

Opening up RE: Hinduism - An image of Lakshmi

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An interfaith trip

An interfaith trip

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.

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An Interview with Rabbi Nancy Morris

Q and A with Rabbi Nancy Morris.

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An Introduction to Spirited Play

An Introduction to Spirited Play

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.

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An RE week on respect for everyone

An RE week on respect for everyone

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’

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Analysing atheists: where do they stand on God? Activity card

Analysing atheists: where do they stand on God? Activity card

Activity card from page 5 of RE Today publication Examining Religion and Belief: Atheists.

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Andy and His Bag: Introducing World Religions at Key Stage 1

Andy and His Bag: Introducing World Religions at Key Stage 1

Helen Thacker (REsource 20:3, Summer 1998) – advice on how you could teach pupils about different religions through animated images of children.

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Angels

Who believes in angels? Expressing meaning through images.

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Angels in the Qur'an - Article with Quranic references

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.

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Animal Ethics: perspectives from 5 religions

Animal Ethics: perspectives from 5 religions

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.

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Anti-racism!

Anti-racism!

Sally Elton Chalcroft reminds teachers that our mind-set matters. Every child of every race deserves a positive image.

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Antonia Rolls: Artist Extraordinaire

Antonia Rolls: Artist Extraordinaire

Antonia Rolls is a Christian artist, beloved of many teachers of RE. Her work has featured in both of REtoday's Picturing Jesus packs.

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AQA Religious Studies for AS and A2

AQA Religious Studies for AS and A2

This will be a very useful resource for any students learning ethics, especially if they are studying an AQA specification.

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

This resource is from a primary RE Today curriculum book called Special People. This resource uses Archbishop Desmond Tutu as an example of special people in the world. Full of classroom activities for primary pupils.

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Are art and music used in Islam

Are art and music used in Islam

RE Ideas: Expressive Arts - Are art and music used in Islam

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Are you old enough to watch that?

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Temptation scenario

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Are you sitting (too) comfortably?

Additional resources to accompany the article on page 34 by Mark Plater.

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Are You There, God? Marcus Brigstocke

Marcus Brigstocke, comedian, theological enquirer, regrets his irreligiosity – kind of! Share his wistful take on spiritual development with your pupils for some good RE lessons.

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Arguments writing frame

An extended version of the article by Ben Wood and Lat Blaylock on using questions about prayer to develop students’ skills at arguing.

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Art for display

Copies of the images on pp.7 & 9 for the IWB.

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Art representing Jesus (IBC)

RE Ideas: Jesus - Many Christian and non-Christian artists choose to represent the person and life of Jesus Christ through art.

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Art representing Jesus (IBC) - Madonna image

RE Ideas: Jesus - Madonna image

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Artist's impression of King Solomon's Temple

Drawing of King Solomon's temple in Jerusalem. From RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people', for activity 1 in What do the 'foot festivals' mean in Judaism today? Suitable for ages 7-11.

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Artwork - beliefs about God

Four images that illustrate different beliefs about God.

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Artwork A: Processional Cross of the Most Holy Trinity

RE Ideas - God: Carvings by artist Jean Lamb

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Artwork B: Interpretation of Rublevs Icon of the Trinity

RE Ideas - God: Painting by artist Sophie Hacker

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Artwork C: Trinity

RE Ideas - God: By Artist Jean Lamb: Oil painting on wood

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Ashrama Dharma Worksheet

Inspiring RE: Hindus- Ashrama Dharma Worksheet

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Assemblies for Spring and Summer Festivals

Assemblies for Spring and Summer Festivals

While some adaptation may be needed depending on the ages of the pupils, assembly leaders will find a wealth of material for Christian assemblies in this reasonably priced book.

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Assembly Ideas

Bullying and Belief Assembly Ideas

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Assembly script awards ceremony

Alternative assembly idea – awards ceremony

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Assessing Religious Education at Key Stage 3

Assessing Religious Education at Key Stage 3

Barbara Wintersgill (REsource 26:3, Summer 2004).

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Curriculum Targets

Assessment for Learning (2004) Curriculum Targets

Unit 6: Developing curricular target setting in RE. Subject–specific guidance.

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Objectives

Assessment for Learning (2004) Objectives

Unit 3: Developing objective–led lessons in RE. Subject–specific guidance.

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Oral Feedback

Assessment for Learning (2004) Oral Feedback

Unit 4.1: Developing oral feedback in RE. Subject–specific guidance.

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Peer and Self–Assessment

Assessment for Learning (2004) Peer and Self–Assessment

Unit 5: Developing peer and self–assessment in RE. Subject specific guidance.

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Assessment for Learning (2004) Written Feedback

Assessment for Learning (2004) Written Feedback

Unit 4.2: Developing written feedback in RE. Subject–specific guidance.

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Atheism What would God think of it?

A PowerPoint presentation of student responses to an article by comedian Marcus Brigstocke about why, although he is an atheist, he would like to find a God is supported by lots of pupils writing back to him on behalf of God (and the devil).

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Attainment, threshold concepts and RE: a response to Mark Chater

Stephen Pett responds to the article by Mark Chater

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Attitudes towards fighting and warfare - Christianity

Attitudes towards fighting and warfare - Christianity

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a brief overview of Christian perspectives on war and peace. It covers just war and holy war and provides examples of key texts from the Bible.

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Aum symbol outline

Inspiring RE: Hindus- Aum symbol outline

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s dilemma

Buddhist teaching in action: the example of Aung San Suu Kyi

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s dilemma - additional resource

Buddhist teaching in action: the example of Aung San Suu Kyi

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Awe and Curiosity: The Contribution of RE to Contemporary Education?

Awe and Curiosity: The Contribution of RE to Contemporary Education?

Duncan Forrester (REsource 24:2, Spring 2002).

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B is for Burkas and religious clothing

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) religious dress and the reasons why it matters using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Background and Introduction to Philosophy for Children (P4C)

Background and Introduction to Philosophy for Children (P4C)

Pat Hannam sketches out both the background to, and the methodology of, Philosophy for Children with a focus on its significance for RE teachers.

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Background information about the parables

Background information and Christian interpretations to be used with Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.

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Baby bedroom

Background of baby's bedroom

A background image of a 'baby's bedroom' used whilst telling a Christian story about Jesus within RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 4-8)

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Village image

Background scene village

A background image of a 'village' used whilst telling a Christian story about Jesus within RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 4-8)

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bahai couple

bahai couple

Interview with May and Hooshmand

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Baisakhi - understanding Sikhs through festival

Baisakhi - understanding Sikhs through festival

The activities suggested here use a visual approach, supported by probing questions. They aim to enable pupils to understand the meaning of Sikh celebration of Baisakhi and encourage reflection on their own celebrations in light of this. This resource is from RE Today's Primary publication - Special Times.

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Baisakhi: The Formation of the Khalsa

Baisakhi: The Formation of the Khalsa

Baisakhi: The Formation of the Khalsa

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Baptising Baby Querk

In this article, Jo Crabtree of Brunshaw Primary School talks about creative play in RE and the recent christening her class arranged.

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Baptism (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Baptism for pupils in KS2 (7-11 year olds).

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Bar and Bat Mitzvah (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Bar and Bat Mitzvah for pupils in KS2 (7-11 year olds).

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Be a Church Detective

Be a Church Detective

This book aims to encourage the reader to explore ancient church buildings and discover the hidden secrets of crypts, vaults, towers and graveyards.

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Beatitudes: Learning from Jesus about being happy

Beatitudes: Learning from Jesus about being happy

RE Ideas: Fairness and Justice - Beatitudes: Learning from Jesus about being happy

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Befriending the Bible

An extended version of John Campbell’s article on pp.38-9 on the use of the Bible in arguing the case for/against slavery.

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Being a Christadelphian RE teacher

Being a Christadelphian RE teacher

(REtoday 22:2, Spring 2005). Ruth Thaw, RE teacher and Christadelphian, gives her insights into the frontier between commitment to faith and to education.

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Being a Christian in everyday life

Being a Christian in everyday life

Faith Stories is a collection of examples of real life experiences of faith which show how life-changing the Christian message can be. Contributors explain, in a short piece of text, how they came to faith and how it affects their daily lives. These stories provide useful examples of general and special revelation. They are short enough to be readily accessible to all students, and no less powerful for that.

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Being human: do we have a problem?

This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Margaret O’Sullivan’s article in REtoday (summer 2017) about art in RE. Margaret teaches RE at the Forces School in Cyprus.

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Being human: do we have a problem?

Margaret O’Sullivan’s RS short-course GCSE was taken away, so she needed to devise a course made up of a single ‘pure’ RE lesson every two weeks with a focus on pupils’ spiritual and moral development.

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Being Sikh in Britain Today (presentation)

Being Sikh in Britain Today (presentation)

Presentation to accompany the article on pages 18 - 19 by Opinderjit Takhar.

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Being Sikh in Britain Today.

Resources to accompany the article on pages 18 - 19 by Opinderjit Takhar.

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Belief and behaviour activity - Black and white

Belief and behaviour activity - Black and white

Opening up RE: Christianity - A black and white image for the activity on belief and behaviour

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Belief and behaviour activity - Colour

Belief and behaviour activity - Colour

Opening up RE: Christianity - A colourful image for the activity on belief and behaviour

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Beliefs - and why they change

Beliefs - and why they change

A collection of more than 71,000 ideas that adults thought were true when they were children. It can provide a good spring board to thinking about beliefs in RE.

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Beliefs about Love and Sex: Christianity

Beliefs about Love and Sex: Christianity

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a very brief overview of some Christian perspectives on love and sex There is a short test activity to consolidate learning.

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Beliefs about Love and Sex: Islam

Beliefs about Love and Sex: Islam

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a very brief overview of some Muslim perspectives on love and sex. There is a short test activity to consolidate learning.

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Beliefs and Questions - Buddhism

Beliefs and Questions - Buddhism

Beliefs and Questions - Buddhism is a video resource which presents four members of the Buddhist community answering questions about: their place of worship, best things about being a member of their religion, faith schools, politics and humour. Each clip can be viewed separately - the user chooses a question and the person whose answer they want to hear. The responses illustrate the impact of belief on behaviour, and the sources of authority individuals draw on when making everyday decisions.

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Beliefs and Questions - Christianity

Beliefs and Questions - Christianity

Beliefs and Questions - Christianity is a video resource which presents four members of the Christian community answering questions about: their place of worship, best things about being a member of their religion, faith schools, politics and humour. Each clip can be viewed separately - the user chooses a question and the person whose answer they want to hear. The responses illustrate the impact of belief on behaviour, and the sources of authority individuals draw on when making everyday decisions.

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Beliefs and Questions - Sikhism

Beliefs and Questions - Sikhism

Beliefs and Questions - Sikhism is a video resource which presents four members of the Sikh community answering questions about: their place of worship, best things about being a member of their religion, faith schools, politics and humour. Each clip can be viewed separately - the user chooses a question and the person whose answer they want to hear. The responses illustrate the impact of belief on behaviour, and the sources of authority individuals draw on when making everyday decisions.

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Believer's Baptism

Believer's Baptism

Believers Baptism is a video resource from CLEO which presents the baptism by total immersion of a young Christian. The video is conveniently segmented and includes: i) testimony ii) welcome iii) vows iv) baptism. It is worth noting and explaining to students that this baptism takes place in an Anglican church (Church of England), which more traditionally practices infant baptism.

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Believing in equality: A Sikh story for everybody

RE Ideas: Fairness and Justice - Sallie Boyd explains how 8-year-olds explored a Sikh belief and some of their own ideas during a whole school RE week about wise words

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Belonging to a Jewish family: A special meal

Opening up RE: Belonging - Activities, information and illustrations on Judaism

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Belonging: learning from religion

Opening up RE: Belonging: learning from religion

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Bernadette and Beatitudes

This PowerPoint sequence supports the ideas about the meanings of the Beatitudes from Matthew 5 in Christian text. It is based on Trish Ebbrell’s work, published in Summer 2017’s REtoday magazine. The pupils sometimes struggle with their writing, but they really do handle the big ideas about Saint Bernadette rather well.

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Better teaching about abortion in RE.

Better teaching about abortion in RE.

A pdf of the article ‘Don’t abort the brain!' Ten ways to teach birth issues and sanctity of life better.

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Better than Expected: Marking Children's Progress in RE

Better than Expected: Marking Children's Progress in RE

Dave Francis (REsource 24:1, Autumn 2001). Ideas about how to organise assessment in RE.

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Beyond the Candle Flame: Thirty Reflective Bible Stories for Quiet Moments with 5–7s

Beyond the Candle Flame: Thirty Reflective Bible Stories for Quiet Moments with 5–7s

The stories in this book aim to form a foundation for Circle Time, but could also be used in RE lessons and collective worship.

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Bible card game

The wisdom bible card game (pp.7-9).

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Bible quotes

Opening up RE: Christianity - Various biblical quotes

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Bible sentences: making sense, making links activity

RE Ideas: Community - Bible sentences: making sense, making links activity

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Bible text to match to the windows - John 10

RE Ideas: Jesus - John 10:11–18

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Bible text to match to the windows - Luke 2

RE Ideas: Jesus - Luke 2:1–20

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Bible text to match to the windows - Luke 24

RE Ideas: Jesus - Luke 24:50–53

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Bible text to match to the windows - Mark 1

RE Ideas: Jesus - Mark 1:9–11

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Bible Wisdom Presentation

Exploring a Theme: Sacred Stories - Bible Wisdom Presentation with activities

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Biblical Wisdom

Exploring a Theme: Sacred Stories -32 simplified Bible quotations

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Biblos: Primary Teacher's Handbook

Biblos: Primary Teacher's Handbook

The Biblos Project is a collaboration of the University of Exeter's School of Education and Lifelong Learning and the Bible Society, boasting a 'new, lively approach to teaching the Bible in today's schools'.

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Big Concepts in Primary RE: Faith-what does that mean?

Anna Fane teaches at Nettleham Junior School in Lincolnshire. Here are her reflections on RE’s use of abstract concepts with 7-11 year olds.

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Big ideas found in the Ramayana

Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: Big ideas found in the Ramayana

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Big Picture: Calligraphic Galleon

PDF of 'The big picture' article on pp. 86-87 of REtoday Spring 2020: What does the Calligraphic Galleon tell us about Islam?

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Big Questions Little Questions

Opening up RE: Creativity - This visual presentation by Stephen Pett links to the chapter on asking and answering puzzling questions with 5–7s

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Big Questions Unit 1: Ready Steady RE

Inspiring RE: Big Questions - Opening unit, which includes sections on Encouraging Asking and Advice for Answering.

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Big Questions Unit 2: Exploring identity

Who am I? Where do I belong? Exploring identity

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Big Questions Unit 3: What if everyone was peaceful?

What if everyone was peaceful?

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Big Questions Unit 4: Philosophical thinking

How can we think about answers to big questions? Embarking on and developing philosophical enquiry in the primary classroom, using the STARS framework.

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Big Questions Unit 5: What do Hindus believe happens when you die?

What do Hindus believe happens when you die?

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Big Questions Unit 6: What are religions and worldviews?

Defining and identifying what is a religion or worldview. For use with ages 9-11.

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Big questions, big ideas what does this mean in RE

RE is often valued by teachers and pupils for the ‘big questions’ it addresses. The place of ‘big ideas’ in the subject goes beyond what each particular religion has to say, and in some ways makes RE a subject about every learner.

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Bigger questions: Better Answers

Bigger questions: Better Answers

Lisa Kassapian, RE advisory teacher in Hertfordshire, suggests that big questions get better answers. The classroom work from Year 4 at Chater Junior School, Watford, makes the case.

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Biography of belief

This presentation looks at how belief and experience make a difference to each other in the biography of a young atheist and a young Muslim. These two examples will enable you to write a ‘biography of belief’ of your own.

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Birmingham Culture Shock: Plan that Visit Carefully

Birmingham Culture Shock: Plan that Visit Carefully

In rural East Devon, a casual walk through Small Heath, with its predominantly South Asian ambience, can be a shock to the system.

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Birmingham Qur'an cut-out cards

Birmingham Qur'an cut-out cards

A set of cut-out cards telling the story of the Birmingham Qur'an. From p.6 of Examining religion and belief: Muslims.

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Birth and Death – exploring Hindu ideas

This PowerPoint explores reincarnation and the cycles of birth and death in Hinduism.

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Bishop Victoria Matthews, Suffering Equality, God

Earthquakes? Cancer? Faith in God? An interview with Bishop Victoria Matthews of Christchurch New Zealand. Bishop Victoria was one of the very first Anglican women priests to become a bishop, and served first in Canada, and now in New Zealand.

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Black Taj Mahal: A Sufi Love Story

Black Taj Mahal: A Sufi Love Story

Readers who wish to broaden their feel for the Sufi school of Islamic thought and for the sayings of Muhammad as they may relate to the modern life will enjoy this book most.

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Blank front cover

A blank version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Blank front cover

A blank version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Blank front cover

A blank version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Blank front cover

A blank version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Blank front cover

A blank version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Blank hexagon sheet

Blank hexagon sheet

Sheet with hexagon grid, blank, for use with classroom exercises suggested in secondary curriculum books (RE Today publications).

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Blank jigsaw story outline

Opening up RE: Christianity - A blank jigsaw outline

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Blank postcard outline

Blank postcard outline

Postcard outline to be used with RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series.

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Blank snowflake template

RE Ideas: Literacy - Blank snowflake template

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Blank storytelling cards

RE Ideas - Christmas - Blank storytelling cards

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Bloody RE and Experiential Learning Incorporating Art, Some Drama and a Little Science

Bloody RE and Experiential Learning Incorporating Art, Some Drama and a Little Science

Case study: development of a compelling learning experience by Bethan Ruth, Frankley Community High School.

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Body and Soul: Active Learning for Relationship Education

Body and Soul: Active Learning for Relationship Education

This is a very comprehensive series of lesson plans and activities, including a DVD and photo cards that focus on relationship education.

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Boggarts and the love that casts our fear.

An extended version of the article on pages 10 - 11 by Anne Richards.

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Boys' Achievement in Secondary Schools

Boys' Achievement in Secondary Schools

A report from Ofsted (2003) on teaching boys with recommendations of what works well.

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British and Muslim (p26)

British and Muslim (p26)

A presentation to support teachers in using enquiry methods at KS3.

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British Sikh roots

Timeline - British Sikh roots

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British Values and religious values

Study visits and inspirational creative work from Stretton Handley CofE VC Primary School in Derbyshire. This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Autumn 2017’s REtoday magazine.

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British Values- Accompanying notes for local groups

British Values- Accompanying notes for local groups

Notes to Accompany Primary Download for Local Groups – September 2015

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Brother Daniel Faivre: Learning from an Interfaith Man

Brother Daniel Faivre: Learning from an Interfaith Man

Pamela Draycott interviews Brother Daniel to create a way forward for pupils who are learning about interfaith issues.

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Buddha outline

A copy of the Buddha outline for use in Activity 3.

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Buddhist interviews

Extended versions of the interviews on pp.22-3.

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Buddhist Pilgrimage: An Indian Spiritual Journey

Buddhist Pilgrimage: An Indian Spiritual Journey

A high–quality, comprehensive and flexible PowerPoint-based resource – a 'must' for anyone teaching pilgrimage in Buddhism to 7–14s.

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Buddhist Prayer and Meditation

Buddhist Prayer and Meditation

Buddhist Prayer and Meditation is a short film clip (4.36) from the BBC’s Learning Zone Broadband Clips Library. It shows life in a Buddhist monastery in Scotland, where an important part of each day is prayer and meditation. The clip explains who Buddhists pray to, where they pray, and how prayer flags are used. There is also comment on the role of meditation.

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Buddhist wheel of life

Essential RE: Freedom. Buddhist Wheel of Life template from this RE Today publication.

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Building Bridges Between Science and Religion: The Work of the Faraday Institute

Building Bridges Between Science and Religion: The Work of the Faraday Institute

Dr Clare Redfern outlines the kind of support for RE teachers (as well as those who teach science and philosophy) that the Faraday Institute for Religion and Science in Cambridge can offer.

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Building Up to the Sky

Building Up to the Sky

Anne Krisman (REsource 21:2, Spring 1999). How RE could be taught so that it better engages with special schools.

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Bulrush Outline

RE Ideas - God: Simple image of Bulrush outline

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Bursaries 2013 – Dismay that RE is Not Included

Bursaries 2013 – Dismay that RE is Not Included

A response from NATRE to the DfE's announcement in October 2013 that bursaries and scholarships will not be available for those wanting to train to teach RE.

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But I Love Elephants…

But I Love Elephants…

Jenny Earp is head of Coleshill CE Primary School, Buckinghamshire, and her spirituality week is a model for yours! In this article she shares the remarkable impact of a curriculum week concentrating on the human spirit.

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Buttresses Template

What is at the heart of being Jewish? A blank template for the buttress activity developing structured writing.

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Buying the sweets (surely it is OK to eat one now?)

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Temptation scenario

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C is for Creation Stories

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) debates about whether the universe is created or accidental using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Campaign legacy sees recruitment momentum continue

Campaign legacy sees recruitment momentum continue

Campaign legacy sees recruitment momentum continue

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can of worms

can of worms

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Can religion be blamed for war?

Can religion be blamed for war?

Can religion be blamed for war? is one of the questions addressed in the BBC programme ‘What the world thinks of God’. A 1.52-minute clip from the programme is available from this resource. It is a collection of short statements from a range of different faith perspectives (e.g. Christian, Muslim, Hindu), and provides an ideal stimulus for discussion.

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Can you be open enough to see another world?

For the student: read this page together with your teacher. It is a serious way of getting to grips with the biggest ideas in your worldview or philosophy. This resource is from REtoday Spring 2019. Suitable for 14-19s

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Can You See the World from Your Window?

Can You See the World from Your Window?

Case study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Ruth Price, Morpeth School, London Borough of Tower Hamlets, supported by Deborah Weston.

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Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral

PowerPoint presentations showing the architecture and decorative interiors of Canterbury Cathedral.

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Capital B outline

Capital B outline

Resource to use with Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.

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Cards: Identifying duties

Inspiring RE: Hindus- picture cards: Identifying duties

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Cards: Order around the world

Inspiring RE: Hindus- picture cards: Order around the world

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Carving Jesus Big Picture PPT

This download resource for Autumn 2015 from REtoday supports the ‘Big Picture’ article about a wood carver’s statue of Jesus.

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Case for Christian Values in Any School

Case for Christian Values in Any School

Neville Norcross argues for the place of values from the Christian faith in any school, developed through RE.

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Case Study: A typical week at Akeel's mosque

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - Akeel Ahmed has written about life at his mosque

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Case Study: Animals and Islam

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - Basma Elshayal is a Muslim and an RE teacher in Harrow, north London. She talks about the place, importance and treatment of animals in Islam.

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Case study: Dharma in action at the Atma Café

Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: Case study: Dharma in action at the Atma Café

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Case Study: Investigating the Nature of Spirituality Through Art

Case Study: Investigating the Nature of Spirituality Through Art

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Cathy Lyall, Frome College.

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Case study: Mission Aviation Fellowship

Case study about MAF working with Women for Women - 'A medical emergency: facing the future with dignity' (2 pages), to support pages 6-7 in ERB Christians vol. 2

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Celebration food: Jewish recipes

Celebration food: recipes for Auntie Julia’s latkes and Haman’s pockets (hamantaschen). Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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Celebrations in the Early Years

Celebrations in the Early Years

Valerie Davies shares some real–life lessons on festivals for the 4–7s.

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Certainty isn't a Sure Thing

Certainty isn't a Sure Thing

Karen Armstrong, writer in religions and TV presenter, argues that the real world is uncertain: to acknowledge our partiality and confusion is more realistic than rigid adherence to a particular point of view.

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Change your image of the developing world (pp 26 – 27).

Change your image of the developing world (pp 26 – 27).

REtoday Summer 2007. A pdf of the article.

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Change your image of the developing world - chart

A visual learning frame to use with the Green School picture.

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Chapel and Labyrinth: Ritual Places and Ritual Activity at the Priory Academy LSST, Lincoln

Chapel and Labyrinth: Ritual Places and Ritual Activity at the Priory Academy LSST, Lincoln

The educative power of the physical environment of the school as well as the symbolic activities that mark the annual round.

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Character faces illustrations

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - Character faces illustrations

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Charity and generosity in Judaism

Charity and generosity in Judaism

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Charity in Islam – discussing the issues

Charity in Islam – discussing the issues

The information sheets on pp. 25 of RE Today publication 'Inspirational People'. Pupils are asked to work in groups, and are given 4 situations, which they then need to write in clear sentences.

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Charlie Hebdo terror attack 2015

This PowerPoint sequence supports the idea for a piece of work about British Values and the attacks at the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris just one year ago. It is provided along with the article in RE Today, January 2016. It may prove to be tragically adaptable, whenever you want pupils to consider a complex case of responsibility.

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Cheesecake recipe for Shavuot

Shavuot is a festival that occurs in spring/summer and celebrates the giving of the Ten Commandments and the Torah. Foods containing milk are eaten as milk sustains the body, just like the Torah sustains Jewish people. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people',

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Child Characters

Opening up RE: Values - Child characters representing six world religions

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Children fighting

An image used for an exercise on the Lords Prayer in RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 12-13)

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Children meeting Archbishop Desmond Tutu (pp 14 – 15).

Children meeting Archbishop Desmond Tutu (pp 14 – 15).

Transcript of the interview.

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Children saying sorry

An image used for an exercise on the Lords Prayer in RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 12-13)

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Children Use Their Imagination for Spirituality

Children Use Their Imagination for Spirituality

John Hammond taught RE teachers for many years and co-wrote New Methods in RE Teaching: An Experiential Approach in 1990. He fires up our issue on the imagination with four Ss.

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Children's Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development: Primary and Early Years

Children's Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development: Primary and Early Years

Designed for those seeking QTS status, primary teachers and managers wanting to refresh their understanding of pupils' personal and academic development.

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Christian Aid - Religion in Conflict

The amazing true story of two brothers, Luis and Amaral, who were seized to become child soldiers. They fought on opposite sides in Angola’s civil war, but over 30 years later, they are now reunited and working for reconciliation with Christian Aid.

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Christian Baptism (home learning)

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

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Christian Festivals

RE Ideas: Celebration: Which is the most important Christian festival for Christians

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Christian Interview

What does it mean to be a Christian in Britain today? Extended version of the interview with Christian teenager and parent.

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Christian prayer includes…

RE Ideas: Jesus - Christian prayer includes

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Christian Spotlight on Entertainment

Christian Spotlight on Entertainment

Christian Spotlight on Entertainment is a service provided by the Christian Answers.Net website. This site, though rather evangelical, contains Christian responses to a wide range of contemporary film.

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Christianity hexagons

GCSE Religious Studies asks students to give two views and be alert to the diversity within the religions they study. This approach asks students to think through the differences between evangelical and liberal Christians, and sort out the 18 hexagons.

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Christianity in Action

Christianity in Action

This article presents reflections on the Archbishop of York's Young Leaders Award from four students at Manor CE Academy School, York – Luke Mulligan and Anna Robinson (year 8) and Fiona Hallam and Rob Judson (year 10).

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Christianity in Today's World, Second Edition

Christianity in Today's World, Second Edition

A visually appealing and colourful text, ideally suited for students following any GCSE syllabus examining Christian responses to contemporary moral issues and ultimate questions.

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Christianity snowflake

RE Ideas: Literacy -Christianity snowflake

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Christians singing in Calais’s refugee camp

Copy and cut up these nine boxes, which tell the story of the refugee church in the Calais Jungle, or use the PowerPoint to introduce the story. The activity here asks pupils to guess, eight times, what happened next. It uses speculation and curiosity to generate learning and interest. Further analytical activities follow.

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Christians singing in Calais’s refugee camp

This PowerPoint sequence supports the ideas in RE Today, September 2016 on Religion in the Calais Jungle Refugee Camp.

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Christmas a year-by-year approach (part 1)

Christmas a year-by-year approach (part 1)

This resource is suitable for reception and year one and explores Jesus' birthday as well as gifts and giving, telling the story of the three wise men. Taken from RE Today series Developing Primary RE: Christmas.

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Christmas a year-by-year approach (part 2)

This resource is suitable for year 2 and 3 and explores the story of the angels telling the shepherds about the birth of Jesus and activities exploring Jesus as the light of the world. Taken from RE Today series Developing Primary RE: Christmas.

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Christmas in church illustration

Christmas in church illustration

A picture of Christmas in church This resource supports p.17 in the RE Today publication 'Christians' within the 'Examining religion and belief series'.

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Christmas in the church

RE Ideas - Christmas - Christmas in the church image

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Christmas: ‘Through the Keyhole’

A presentation to support schools wanting to replicate the multi-sensory trail.

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Christmas: ‘Through the Keyhole’ (p.10)

Christmas: ‘Through the Keyhole’ (p.10)

A pdf of the article on pp.10-11

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Christology for beginners

Christology for beginners

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Christology for beginners activity

Rank and interpret these eight statements about Jesus.

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Church Cutaway

RE Ideas - Sacred Places - Image of a Church

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Citizenship Education and RE: Threat or Opportunity?

Citizenship Education and RE: Threat or Opportunity?

Geoff Teece (REsource 21:1, Autumn 1998)

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Clarifying Truth with SEN Pupils

Clarifying Truth with SEN Pupils

In this article Jenny Fox Eades describes how the story of Guru Nanak was explored with pupils of Park Lane Special School, Macclesfield.

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Clarke & Woodhead: A New Settlement - Religion and Belief in Schools: Discussion prompts for NATRE Local groups

Clarke & Woodhead: A New Settlement - Religion and Belief in Schools: Discussion prompts for NATRE Local groups

This presentation can be used as part of a local group meeting and would be helpful for primary, middle, secondary or cross phase groups. It is intended to get people both discussing and thinking about RE in schools.

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Classical Arguments for the Existence of God (Christianity)

Classical Arguments for the Existence of God (Christianity)

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a very brief overview of the classical arguments for God’s existence, and some modern arguments, e.g. religious experience. There is a short test activity to consolidate learning. The focus is Christianity.

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Coat–hangers and Clothes: Teaching Key Concepts Well

Coat–hangers and Clothes: Teaching Key Concepts Well

Judith Lowndes, inspector and adviser for RE in Hampshire, shares a way for 7–9 year olds to learn about holiness using the Hampshire local Agreed Syllabus 'Living Difference'.

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Codes for living: how should we live?

Codes for living: how should we live?

This set of lessons enables learners to explore the nature of ‘codes for living’ through three examples, one each drawn from Islam, Christianity and Humanism.

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Collective Worship and Religious Education: A guide for Governors

This document contains guidance for Governors regarding RE and collective worship in schools

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Comment decoder

Comment decoder

For Students use

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Commitment game cards boards and rules

What are your commitments? Board Game. Inc. the cards, board and rules for playing (pp.14-20).

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Communities people belong to (Part 1)

RE Ideas: Community - Communities people belong to, part 1 activity

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Communities people belong to (Part 2)

RE Ideas: Community - Communities people belong to, part 2 activity

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Community Cohesion: Where Now For RE?

Community Cohesion: Where Now For RE?

This article by Dr Joyce Miller provides a useful guide through the complex field of 'community cohesion'.

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Complaints Protocol for Maintained Schools

Complaints Protocol for Maintained Schools

Complaints protocol for maintained schools 2013.

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Complete 'Guidance: Withdrawal from RE in your school'

This is the complete guide, produced by NATRE, clarifies the law and offers suggestions for dealing with specific withdrawal scenarios.

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Concepts and Content in RE With the New Secondary Curriculum

Concepts and Content in RE With the New Secondary Curriculum

Dave Francis and Lat Blaylock suggest some of the potential for the new secondary curriculum in RE, with which schools are grappling at the moment.

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Concepts from Sikhs and Buddhists: creative RE

Concepts from Sikhs and Buddhists: making creative sense of wisdom (page 48). A PowerPoint presentation to support this article.

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Connecting RE and British Values

MP Dennis Skinner comes to school. REtoday article 35 1 (pp.18–19)

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Connections activity

Opening up RE: Hinduism - Making connections and explaining links activity template

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Contemplating Buddhism

Contemplating Buddhism

Using a magazine format, cheerful reflections, a washing liquid called Ultra Concentrated Joy and a nightclub called Passion, this resource will help your pupils to engage for themselves with meaning and purpose in Buddhist understanding.

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Controversial issues in RE

Controversial issues in RE

Dr Trevor Cooling’s article lays out some areas for thinking. Pages 3 - 6 offers further guidance from other sources, collected by the editorial team.

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Cover image

Cover image for Values and Commitments

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Create a Reflection Area

Create a Reflection Area

Samantha Fletcher, class teacher for Year 2 at Byron Street School, Oldham, is also a Primary Associate for Oldham. In this article she describes how she proves to her class that 'Every Child Matters in RE'.

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Creation and evolution: Christian Perspectives

Creation and evolution: Christian Perspectives

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a very brief overview of creation and evolution from a Christian perspective.

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Creation and evolution: Hindu Perspectives

Creation and evolution: Hindu Perspectives

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a very brief overview of creation and evolution from a Hindu perspective.

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Creation Through Art: Lessons for Today’s World

Creation Through Art: Lessons for Today’s World

Case study: development of a compelling learning experience by Alison Clark, Woodhouse Business and Enterprise College.

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Creation: A Story from Ancient India

Creation: A Story from Ancient India

This beautifully illustrated book tells a traditional Hindu story of creation in ways that will excite RE teachers, because it connects with the questions about origins, identity and environment that are at the core of learning from religion.

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Creative Cross-curricular RE with Maths

Creative Cross-curricular RE with Maths

Ingrid Lomas teaches RE at Sir William Romney’s School, Tetbury. Lots of us make subject links to humanities or art, but here’s her experience of linking RE with Maths. Could this help the subject to grow stronger in your school?

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Creative Incarnation

Liz Mills, who leads RE at Bottesford CE Primary School, wanted to enable her pupils to develop their understanding of the concept of Incarnation in Christianity across the 7–11 age group.

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Creative Investigation Into the Buddhist Way of Life

Creative Investigation Into the Buddhist Way of Life

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience, by Claire Parkinson, Ashton Community Science College.

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Creative Places

Creative Places

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Creative Poetry

Creative Poetry

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Creativity and Spirituality: Growth Through RE

Creativity and Spirituality: Growth Through RE

Jacqui Metcalfe teaches RE at a community middle school in Bedford. She explores here how some activities close to prayer might help pupils with their own spiritual growth.

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Creativity in the outdoors

The following PowerPoint was created during sessions in the university at Carlisle and Lancaster in the autumn of 2011. The sessions involved walking to a local park and using what was there to create the pieces in small groups. From REtoday Autumn 2012 'Spirituality in the classroom (p.46)'

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Critical Realist RE: An Evidential Catholic Approach

Critical Realist RE: An Evidential Catholic Approach

Antony Luby, Chartered Teacher of Roman Catholic RE, Aberdeen City Council, explores an evidential Catholic approach to teaching RE.

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Critical thinking about Jewish festivals

Sheet with PCI (Positive / Challenging / Intriguing) exercise about the festivals of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. To support Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (an RE Today publication). Suitable for 11-14s.

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Cultivating flowers

Cultivating flowers

Cultivating flowers in the Religious Education garden is a document by NATRE showing some key stakeholders involved in RE.

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Current controversies: how are Muslims and Islam represented in the media?

Current controversies: how are Muslims and Islam represented in the media?

A PowerPoint presentation looking at how Muslims and Islam are represented in the media. From pp.30-31 of Examining religion and belief: Muslims.

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Curriculum for Pupils With Learning Difficulties in RE

Curriculum for Pupils With Learning Difficulties in RE

Planning, teaching and assessing the curriculum in RE for pupils with learning difficulties (2001).

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Cutaway mosque picture

RE Ideas: Expressive arts - Mosque Picture

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D is for Darwin

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on Charles Darwin, evolution and religious beliefs using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Dance

Dance

Showing a religious view point via movement

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Data on Christians in UK and beyond (vol 2)

Infographic spread from ERB Christians vol. 2

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David and Goliath

David and Goliath

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.

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David and Goliath

RE Ideas: God - The story of David and Goliath

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Dealing with Conflict

Dealing with Conflict

What is most powerful about this pack is that fact that it has been developed from a real situation, using real examples from the lives of real people who have dealt with conflict together and non-violently.

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Dealing With Death, Coping With Life

Dealing With Death, Coping With Life

Deb Padfield teaches RE at Wood Green School, Witney. She suggests that there’s no taboo in thinking about death. In fact, it is grown-up to do so.

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Dealing with Problems of Prejudice PPT

Dealing with Problems of Prejudice PPT

Use it as the basis of a lesson. Work through the ideas and information and give pupils a copy of Peter’s interview to read as they respond to the different tasks and questions.

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Dealing with suffering: religious and non-religious views

An additional resource giving Christian and atheist responses to suffering.

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Dealing With the Dark Side: Evil and Theology

Dealing With the Dark Side: Evil and Theology

Elizabeth Templeton (REsource 20:1, Autumn 1997).

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Deep Learning Through Day Conferences in RE

Deep Learning Through Day Conferences in RE

Hazel Parker organises exciting RS Deep Learning Days. She reports here on one for 13–14 year olds in Year 9, beginning GCSE RS in the summer term.

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Deepu’s dilemma

Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: Deepu’s dilemma: will she go to Daniel’s sixteenth birthday part?

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Defining SMSC 2014

Defining SMSC 2014

In the new Ofsted School Inspection Handbook published in August 2014 offered amended definitions for Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development. Access a document underlining the new or adapted text here.

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Demographics and religion - article

This document helps pupils see religion as it is in relation to their own view of the UK. It’s set up as a ‘marks out of ten’ quiz, and is fun to do, but carries lots of learning. (pp.26-7)

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Derren Brown: Is religion all in the mind?

Darren brown image

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Derren Brown: Is religion all in the mind? (Part 1)

Derren Brown is probably the UK’s most famous illusionist. He was once a Christian, but his new show seriously questions the nature of miracles, begging the question, ‘Is religion all in the mind?’

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Derren Brown: Is religion all in the mind? (Part 2)

Derren Brown is probably the UK’s most famous illusionist. He was once a Christian, but his new show seriously questions the nature of miracles, begging the question, ‘Is religion all in the mind?’

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Design your own chasuble and stole

RE Ideas: Expressive Arts - Pupils Art - Design your own chasuble and stole

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Developing Citizens

Developing Citizens

This book provides some useful insights into Citizenship as a curriculum subject in secondary school. Those RE teachers who are particularly keen, or sceptical, about Citizenship and its relationship with RE would do well to dip into it.

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Developing Creativity, Reflection and Speaking and Listening Skills Through Art, English and Religious Education

Developing Creativity, Reflection and Speaking and Listening Skills Through Art, English and Religious Education

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience, by Kath Caunce, The Highfield School.

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Developing Evaluation Skills in the Humanities

Developing Evaluation Skills in the Humanities

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience, by Kathryn Wright, Methwold High School.

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Devi Mahatmya hymn

This is an abridged version of the hymn (p.29).

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DFE Teacher Standards 2013: An RE Exemplification

DFE Teacher Standards 2013: An RE Exemplification

This is a support tool to help individual teachers interpret the DfE standards in relation to RE. It could be used for self–audit or in the context of professional development.

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Different forms of the Divine: the trimurti

Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: Different forms of the Divine: the trimurti – completed information sheet to support learning activity 1

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Digi-video of Worship: 7–9 year olds in Coventry Make Their Own

Digi-video of Worship: 7–9 year olds in Coventry Make Their Own

Work from Little Heath School, Coventry, shows that trusting children at this urban, rather disadvantaged community school with a camera to take home was well worth the risk.

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Digital Storytelling – Faith in the Workplace

Digital Storytelling – Faith in the Workplace

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience, by Olivia Seymour, Archbishop Holgate's CE (A) School.

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Dinner in the Lions' Den

Dinner in the Lions' Den

The book provides a fresh focus on the popular Bible story by emphasising the importance of the angel sent by God in answer to Daniel's prayer. It is a thoroughly enjoyable book to listen to and great fun for the teacher to read aloud.

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Dinner table dialogue

RE Ideas: Jesus - Dinner table dialogue about Judaism and Jesus

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Dinner table dialogue image

RE Ideas: Jesus - Dinner table dialogue image

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Discarded weapons image

An image used for an exercise on the Lords Prayer in RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 12-13)

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discussion activity

discussion activity

A Serious of quotes

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Disentangling Buddhist and Christian ideas

Classroom activity: identify Christian and Buddhist statements.

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Disentangling the text activity

Opening up RE: Christianity - Answers to activity 1 on page 27

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Display ideas for RE classroom walls 2020

Ten ideas for interesting RE displays

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Diversity and Respect

This sequence of work explores what do the religions say about mutual understanding and respect.

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Diversity for Beginners: meet the children

Opening up RE: Respect - Diversity for Beginners: meet the children presentation

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Diversity in the Jewish Tradition

Diversity in the Jewish Tradition

As a Member of Birmingham Progressive Synagogue, Deirdre Burke gives an insider's perspective on Liberal Judaism: a path of conviction, not concession.

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Do it yourself prayer writing: construct-a-prayer for Christians

RE Ideas: Jesus - For each of the following situations students must select from the prayer-bank below to construct a prayer a Christian might say.

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Do Not Photograph

The Big Picture article: 'Do Not Photograph' about Hassidic Jews, REtoday Summer 2020 pp. 94-95

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Do the homework before you open the screen?

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Temptation scenario

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Do you need belief in God to be good? (home learning)

A piece of home learning about whether belief in God is necessary to live a morally good life for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).

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Does Charity Begin at Home?

Does Charity Begin at Home?

Case study: investigating responses to poverty with a link school in Africa, by Sue Wilson and Nikki Warrender, Verdin High School.

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Does it help you to copy other people's work, rather than think for yourself?

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Temptation scenario

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Dog outline

Drawing of dog outline. Supports activity in article on p. 42 of REtoday Spring 2020 issue.

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Doing Divali Better in Religious Education

Doing Divali Better in Religious Education

Here comes Divali. NATRE members know that good RE is more than lamps, sweets and cards. Here are suggestions for Divali RE learning for pupils aged 4-11. See what you like!

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Don't Abort the Brain

Don't Abort the Brain

Ten ways to teach birth issues and sanctity of life better in RE

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Don't join in (others may be hurtful - you can be kind!)

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Temptation scenario

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Dr Noel and Victoria Crosses

The Victoria Cross is the highest medal awarded to anyone in the British Forces. Here is a story of a man who won it – twice. Part of the remembrance suite of resources originally created for the Diocese of Wakefield.

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Drama Character Cards

RE Ideas - Christmas - Drama Character Cards

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Draw the missing picture

Exploring a Theme: Sacred Stories - Activity on drawing the missing picture based on images shown around the page.

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Dreidel cut out

A dreidel template for your pupils to cut out. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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E is for Extremism

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at why some people are extreme in their views and behaviour using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Early Learning Goals

Opening up RE: Respect - Early Learning Goals

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Early Years RE Provocations

Article by Emma Pobjoy in REtoday Summer 2020: 'Early Years RE Provocations', p. 40.

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Easter – Jesus Rises from the Dead

Easter – Jesus Rises from the Dead

Themes: Easter; resurrection; new life This story is one of a collection of stories from RE Today.

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Easter (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Easter for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds).

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Easter activities for older pupils

Easter activities for older pupils

Exploring humility and service to others through the story of Jesus washing his disciples' feet. Designed to engage 7-9 year olds. From the RE Today publication 'Special Times'.

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Easter activity with instructions and resources

Easter activity with instructions and resources including an easter bunny letter to children and Easter forest school labels for objects.

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Easter Bunny letter to children

Easter Bunny letter to children

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Easter Expert (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Easter for pupils in KS2 (7-11 year olds).

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Easter knowledge passport

A knowledge passport to print and use in class supports RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series.

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Easter Pause

A PPT presentation on how an Easter event can enable pupils to build reflective skills.

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Easter senses interactive worksheet

Exploring a theme: Journey of Life and Death - Easter senses interactive worksheet

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Easter: A spiritual experience for the community school?

Easter: A spiritual experience for the community school?

A pdf of the article by Pete Greaves from pages 14 – 15 (age range 5 – 11).

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Easter: A spiritual experience for the community school? (Part 2)

Easter: A spiritual experience for the community school? (Part 2)

Some curriculum ideas for progressing the study of Good Friday and Easter.

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Easter: Developing the theme across the primary school

Easter: Developing the theme across the primary school

Progression activities for younger children aged 4-7 supporting your teaching of Easter. From the RE Today publication Special Times.

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Educating the Whole Person

Educating the Whole Person

Dave Francis (REsource 27:3, Summer 2005).

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Education and Learning: A Humanist Perspective

Education and Learning: A Humanist Perspective

Andrew Copson writes the fifth article in the series in which NATRE asked adherents from a range of religious and belief systems to explore education and learning from their own group’s history and perspective.

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Education and Learning: a Muslim Perspective

Education and Learning: a Muslim Perspective

This is the fourth in a series of articles in which we have invited educationalists from particular faith backgrounds to write about education and learning from that faith's perspective. By Ibrahim Hewitt.

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Education for Global Citizenship: A Guide for Schools

Education for Global Citizenship: A Guide for Schools

A practical guide that shows teachers how to provide pupils with the knowledge, skills and values which they need to secure an equitable and sustainable world.

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Eid-ul-Fitr box

Eid-ul-Fitr box

Get pupils to make their own Eid-ul-Fitr box with this net template from Inspiring RE: Muslims.

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Eight ways to harmony of the spirit.

A Buddhist perspective Munisha is a Buddhist. Formerly a teacher, she now works for the Western Buddhist educational organisation, the Clear Vision Trust. An extended version of the articles on pp 28 -31.

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Electronic Revision Guide

Electronic Revision Guide

Case study: development of a compelling learning experience, by Amanda Head, Graham School Science College.

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Elimination Diagram for 32 entries

RE Ideas - Fairness and Justice -Elimination Diagram for 32 entries

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Email a Believer

Email a Believer

Email a believer provides a facility for students to email a member of one of the six main religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism) with a question. Alternatively, they can check through a long list of previous questions to see if the answer they are looking for has already been provided. This provides an excellent opportunity for students to access authentic viewpoints from the community of faith, and to develop a deeper understanding of differences of emphasis and the reasons for this.

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Emails from Reverend Bob

Opening up RE: Thankfulness - Emails from Reverend Bob about Harvest time

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Emoticon Cards

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - Emoticon Cards

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Emoticon Gamesboard

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - Emoticon Gamesboard

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Emoticons

Opening up RE: Thankfulness - Emoticon images

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Enacting a Christening

Enacting a Christening

Sandra Sanders, who teaches at Wentworth Church of England School in Rotherham, shows you how much children can learn from a doll's christening.

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Encouraging Reflection and Expression for Spiritual Development

Encouraging Reflection and Expression for Spiritual Development

In this article Michael Beesley distils some wisdom: how can we help pupils in RE to reflect and express themselves with clarity and depth?

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Engaging imagination and expressing ideas task 1

Engaging imagination and expressing ideas task 1

Images of Heaven and Hell (page 15-20)

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Engaging imagination and expressing ideas task 2

Engaging imagination and expressing ideas task 2

How is my image of heaven similar to and different from a Muslim view?

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Engaging my pupils with Jesus

A PowerPoint presentation for teachers and learners to support the article by Ruth Hurren.

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Enquiring into Buddhist community interview activity

Opening up RE: Community - Enquiring into the importance of community for Buddhists activity

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Enquiring into Marriage

Opening up RE: Promises - This presentation supports an article on marriage from Opening up RE: Promises

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Enquiry in RE: What matters most at Easter?

Opening up RE: Easter - Enquiry in RE: What matters most at Easter

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Entries for Religious Studies A level rising faster than for any other arts, humanity or social science

Entries for Religious Studies A level rising faster than for any other arts, humanity or social science

The key outcomes of the 2016 A level results in England and Wales for Religious Education are as follows.

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Epic of Atrahasis play script

Play script for the Epic of Atrahasis.

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Equality - Race/ethnicity, religion and culture

Equality - Race/ethnicity, religion and culture

Race/ethnicity and religion are three overlapping terms. While they are often related, it is important to distinguish between them. The following activities will enable pupils to interpret these terms; reflect on their impact, influence in people's lives; evaluate the effective qualities of role models.

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Erratum Sacred Places

RE Ideas - Sacred Places: Correctly labelled assessment for learning levels for 4 to 6 year olds.

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Essay Contest Annoucement

Essay Contest Annoucement

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Essential RE: Expressing - blank cover

A blank version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Essential RE: Expressing - front cover

A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Essential RE: Freedom - blank front cover

Essential RE: Freedom - blank front cover A blank version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Essential RE: Freedom - front cover

Essential RE: Freedom - front cover A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Essential RE: God - front cover

Essential RE: God - front cover A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Essential RE: Happiness - front cover

A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Essential RE: Origins & Destiny - front cover

Front cover image of this RE Today title.

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Essential text: Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2

Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: The Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2. The title Bhagavad Gita is often translated as 'Song of the Lord'. Some say that it is the most popular and well-known of all Hindu scriptures.

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Essential text: how is the meaning of the Qur’an understood?

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - Essential text: how is the meaning of the Qur’an understood?

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Ethics and Moral Issues (Specials! RE)

Ethics and Moral Issues (Specials! RE)

A clear collection of 'instant copiable RE lessons', aimed at pupils with lower reading abilities.

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Ethics of War

Ethics of War

Ethics of War provides detailed and comprehensive coverage of the main ideas and concepts (e.g. just cause, just war, jihad, holy war, pacifism, war crimes, genocide). 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.

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Ethnography for Pupils

Ethnography for Pupils

The interpretive approach is rooted in ethnographic methods of enquiry. With her usual clarity, Joyce Miller explains how such methods can be applied to RE in order to enhance the quality of learning that takes place.

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Euthanasia - two different Christian views

Euthanasia - two different Christian views

Christian views on euthanasia is a short clip (5.52 mins) which presents two Christians with opposing views on euthanasia. Both views are backed up by Biblical references, which raises the question of how the Bible can be interpreted in different ways. Arguments for and against legalising euthanasia are presented.

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Evaluative essay-writing (home learning)

A piece of home learning about evaluative essay-writing for pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).

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Evaluative essay-writing KS4 (home learning)

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

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Every Child Matters and RE

Every Child Matters and RE

Helen Harrison explores how RE makes a significant contribution to the ECM outcomes.

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Everyone Visiting Everywhere!

Everyone Visiting Everywhere!

Caroline Smith, RE co-ordinator at Temple Park Infants School in South Shields, thinks that a broad experience for every child includes lots of visits to places of worship for 4–7s. In this article she tells you how and why.

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Evil for real: the Charlie Hebdo Murders

A pdf document to support this article.

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Examination Reform 2013

Examination Reform 2013

A presentation outlining exam reform 2013.

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Examining All That I Am

Examining ‘All That I Am’: timeline activity

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Examining Art: Teakster

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - Teakster is an multi-award-winning digital artist who discusses being a Muslim artist.

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Examining Religion and Belief: Jews

Additional activities to support Essential Texts: introducing Tanakh and Talmud (pp. 6-7 of ERB Jews)

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A Sikh Poem

Example of work: A Sikh Poem

Example work from page 16 of RE in Action: A Sikh Poem (JPG) Age 6.

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Advent Calendar closed

Example of work: Advent Calendar and meaning for Christians 1

Example work from page 21 of RE in Action: How does an Advent calendar show the meaning of Christmas for Christians? Picture showing calendar doors closed (JPG) Age 8.

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Advent Calendar open

Example of work: Advent Calendar and meaning for Christians 2

Example work from page 21 of RE in Action: How does an Advent calendar show the meaning of Christmas for Christians? Picture showing calendar doors open (JPG) Age 8.

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Example work: And what do we think?

Example of work: And what do we think about God

Example work from page 15 of RE in Action: What Jewish people think about God - and what do we think? (JPG) Age 6.

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Eco Church

Example of work: Christians, Creation and Eco churches 1

Example work from page 34 of RE in Action: Christians, Creation and Eco churches. Graphics (JPG) Age 11.

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Eco churches, writing

Example of work: Christians, Creation and Eco churches 2

Example work from page 34 of RE in Action: Christians, Creation and Eco churches. Writing (JPG) Age 11.

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Comparing Christian Theodicies

Example of work: Comparing Christian Theodicies

Example work from page 44 of RE in Action: Comparing Christian Theodicies (JPG) Age 15.

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Comparison of celebrations

Example of work: Comparison of celebrations

Example work from page 25 of RE in Action: Comparison of celebrations. Shabbat, Easter, Mother's Day (JPG) Age 9.

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Creation and science

Example of work: Creation and science

Example work from page 27 of RE in Action: Creation and Science: conflicting or complementary? Three pieces of written work by one pupil (JPG) Age 10.

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Different views of a sacred space

Example of work: Different views of a sacred space

Example work from page 31 of RE in Action: Different views of a sacred space (JPG) Age 11.

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Everything is listened to

Example of work: Everything is listened to

Example work from page 39 of RE in Action: Everything is listened to (JPG) Age 12.

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Example work: Exploring the Church

Example of work: Exploring the Church

Example work from page 11 of RE in Action: Exploring the Church. Written questions. (JPG) Age 5.

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Five Religious Pilgrimages

Example of work: Five Religious Pilgrimages

Example work from page 42 of RE in Action: Five Religious Pilgrimages. (JPG) Age 13.

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God is invisible

Example of work: God is invisible

Example work from page 17 of RE in Action: God is invisible, but gives people their abilities (JPG) Age 7.

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Example work: Joseph's Coat of Many Colours 1

Example of work: Joseph's Coat of Many Colours 1

Example work from page 10 of RE in Action: Joseph's Coat of Many Colours (JPG), example 1 of 2. Age 5.

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Example work: Joseph's Coat of Many Colours 2

Example of work: Joseph's Coat of Many Colours 2

Example work from page 10 of RE in Action: Joseph's Coat of Many Colours (JPG), example 2 of 2. Age 5.

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Living as a Muslim, class visitor

Example of work: Living as a Muslim

Example work from page 29 of RE in Action: Living as a Muslim: a visitor to our class (JPG) Age 11.

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Susi's Moral Code

Example of work: Moral Code

Example work from page 33 of RE in Action: Moral Code (JPG) Age 11.

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Muslim prayer

Example of work: Muslim Scriptures and Prayer 1

Example work from page 28 of RE in Action: Muslim scriptures and prayer and the search for peace. Written work: Muslim prayer (JPG) Age 10.

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Written work about The Holy Qur'an

Example of work: Muslim Scriptures and Prayer 2

Example work from page 28 of RE in Action: Muslim scriptures and prayer and the search for peace. Written work: The Holy Qur'an (JPG) Age 10.

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Nature and qualities of God in Christianity

Example of work: Nature and Qualities of God in Christianity

Example work from page 45 of RE in Action: The nature and qualities of God in Christianity (JPG) Age 16.

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Pentecost: illustrated writing

Example of work: Pentecost 1

Example work from page 38 of RE in Action: Pentecost. Illustrated writing (JPG) Age 12.

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Pentecost worksheet

Example of work: Pentecost 2

Example work from page 38 of RE in Action: Pentecost. Worksheet (JPG) Age 12.

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Prophetic Rant prep sheet

Example of work: Prophetic Rant 1

Example work from pages 36-37 of RE in Action: Prophetic Rant: calling for justice. Prep sheet (JPG) Age 12.

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Prophetic rant: written work

Example of work: Prophetic Rant 2

Example work from page 37 of RE in Action: Prophetic Rant: calling for justice. Written work (JPG) Age 12.

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Questions for Guru Nanak

Example of work: Questions for Guru Nanak

Example work from page 20 of RE in Action: Questions for Guru Nanak, about Guru Nanak's visit to the Court of Heaven (JPG) Ages 7 and 8.

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Questions questions questions

Example of work: Questions? Questions? Questions?

Example work from page 22 of RE in Action: Questions? Questions? Questions? poem (JPG) Age 7.

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Reincarnation

Example of work: Reincarnation

Example work from page 30 of RE in Action: Reincarnation (JPG) Age 11.

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The story of Jesus meeting Zacchaeus

Example of work: The story of Jesus meeting Zacchaeus

Example work from presentation (not in book) of RE in Action: The story of Jesus meeting Zacchaeus and changing his life from greed and loneliness to generosity and community. (JPG) Age 7.

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Treasure and Money main picture

Example of work: Treasure and Money 1

Example work from page 19 of RE in Action: Treasure and Money, main picture (JPG) Age 7.

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Treasure and Money, additional pictures

Example of work: Treasure and Money 2

Example work from page 19 of RE in Action: Treasure and Money, additional pictures (JPG) Age 7.

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Trinity: three persons in one God

Example of work: Trinity

Example work from page 32 of RE in Action: Trinity: three persons in one God (JPG) Age 11.

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Using metaphor to express the incarnation

Example of work: Using metaphor to express the incarnation

Example work from pages 40-41 of RE in Action: Using metaphor to express the incarnation. Entitled: I am the Bread of Life and I am the Light of the World (JPG) Age 13.

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Example work: Visiting a Church

Example of work: Visiting a Church

Example work from page 12 of RE in Action: Visiting a Church. (JPG) Age 5.

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Wanted: Messiah! Poster

Example of work: Wanted Messiah! 1

Example work from page 22 of RE in Action: Wanted: Messiah! poster (JPG) Age 9.

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Wanted: Messiah! Written explanation

Example of work: Wanted Messiah! 2

Example work from page 22 of RE in Action: Wanted: Messiah! written explanation (JPG) Age 9.

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Example artwork: What gifts would we give Jesus?

Example of work: What gifts would we give Jesus?

Example work from page 8 of RE in Action: What gifts would we give Jesus? (JPG) Age 4.

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What it means to be a MuslimEco Church

Example of work: What it means to be a Muslim

Example work from page 35 of RE in Action: What it means to be a Muslim. Writing (JPG) Age 12.

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Example work: What Jewish people believe about God

Example of work: What Jewish people believe about God

Example work from page 14 of RE in Action: What Jewish people believe about God. (JPG) Age 6.

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What would I do What would a Buddhist do

Example of work: What would I do What would a Buddhist do

Example work from page 13 of RE in Action: What would I do? What would a Buddhist do? (JPG) Age 5.

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Allah's creations

Example of work: When Allah gave life 1

Example work from page 26 of RE in Action: When Allah gave life. Allah's creations, by Tiya (JPG) Age 9.

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When Allah gave life

Example of work: When Allah gave life 2

Example work from page 26 of RE in Action: When Allah gave life by Tarandeep (JPG) Age 9.

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Who was Krishna?

Example of work: Who was Krishna?

Example work from page 43 of RE in Action: Who was Krishna? (JPG) Age 14.

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Example work: Why did God Make ... ?

Example of work: Why did God make ... ?

Example work from page 9 of RE in Action: Why did God make ... ? (JPG) Ages 4 and 5.

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Why is the Holy Spirit significant to Christians 1

Example of work: Why is the Holy Spirit significant to Christians? 1

Example work from page 24 of RE in Action: Why is the Holy Spirit significant to Christians? Written work (JPG) Age 9.

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Why is the Holy Spirit significant to Christians 2

Example of work: Why is the Holy Spirit significant to Christians? 2

Example work from page 24 of RE in Action: Why is the Holy Spirit significant to Christians? 'Bag of worries' exercise (JPG) Age 9.

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Excellence and Enjoyment

Excellence and Enjoyment

Excellence and enjoyment: a strategy for primary schools (2003).

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Excellence and Enjoyment: Assessment

Excellence and Enjoyment: Assessment

Excellence and enjoyment: learning and teaching in the primary years (2004). Planning and assessment for learning; day-to-day assessment strategies.

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Excellence and Enjoyment: Collaborative and Personalised Learning

Excellence and Enjoyment: Collaborative and Personalised Learning

Excellence and enjoyment: learning and teaching in the primary years (2004). Creating a learning culture; classroom community, collaborative and personalised learning.

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Excellence and Enjoyment: Conditions for Learning

Excellence and Enjoyment: Conditions for Learning

Excellence and enjoyment: learning and teaching in the primary years (2004). Creating a learning culture; conditions for learning.

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Excellence and Enjoyment: Design Opportunities

Excellence and Enjoyment: Design Opportunities

Excellence and enjoyment: learning and teaching in the primary years (2004). Planning and assessment for learning; designing opportunities for learning.

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Excellence and Enjoyment: Key Aspects of Learning

Excellence and Enjoyment: Key Aspects of Learning

Excellence and enjoyment: learning and teaching in the primary years (2004). Learning to learn; key aspects of learning across the primary curriculum.

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Excellence and Enjoyment: Learning Environment

Excellence and Enjoyment: Learning Environment

Excellence and enjoyment: learning and teaching in the primary years (2004). The learning environment and its impact on learning.

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Excellence and Enjoyment: Planning and Assessment

Excellence and Enjoyment: Planning and Assessment

Excellence and enjoyment: learning and teaching in the primary years (2004). Planning and assessment for learning; assessment for learning.

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Exodus 20

Exodus 20

A stimulating, flexible and challenging DVD-based resource, providing contemporary insights and opportunity for reflection on the 10 Commandments.

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Experiencing stillness haikus

This presentation supports the work on meditation and stillness from Questions in RE: Buddhists, RE Today Services 2012 (pp.11–16). It shows the work of Year 7 students from Chosen Hill School, Gloucestershire

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Exploring artefacts special objects in Jewish homes FULL UNIT

A PDF of the full unit 'Exploring artefacts: what special objects do Jewish people have in their homes from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people',

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Exploring beliefs through real people (Classroom 11-16)

A pdf of the article by Daniel Hugill from (pp.26-27). Daniel Hugill teaches at Coopers Coborn School in Essex. He shares four ideas for learning from beliefs that have worked well there.

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Exploring celebrations presentation

Exploring a theme: Celebrations - Exploring celebrations presentation - a card and discussion activity

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Exploring Churches

Exploring Churches

A resource enabling teachers and parents of all ages and abilities to make the most of a visit to a church and churchyard.

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Exploring Easter (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Easter for pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).

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Exploring Iconic Images

Exploring Iconic Images

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Ed Pawson, The King's School.

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Exploring puzzling questions: two practical actvities

Exploring puzzling questions: two practical actvities

This resource is from the publication 'Exploring Puzzling Questions'. Page 10-12. Includes two practical activities for 5-7 year olds. Two concepts are using stories and using pictures.

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Exploring the 99 names of Allah

Opening up RE: Islam - Exploring the 99 names of Allah activity template

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Exploring the Beliefs of 16–19 Year Olds, Part 2: Respect, Human Rights, Life After Death

Exploring the Beliefs of 16–19 Year Olds, Part 2: Respect, Human Rights, Life After Death

Lat Blaylock (REsource 29:1, Autumn 2006).

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Expressing myself

Page 32 of this RE Today publication. Entry-level pupil activities on the them of 'expressing myself'.

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Extended information sheets on the pictures of atonement

This resource looks at four ways of understanding atonement. This supports pp. 28-29 of the RE Today publication 'Christians' within the 'Examining religion and belief series'.

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Extended interview with Tim, George's father

Extended interview with Tim, George's father

Extended interview with Tim, George's father, a non-religious perspective on celebration from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God.

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Extended interviews with people of faith

Extended interviews from pp.12-13, plus an additional Muslim response.

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Extended version of the article ‘Case studies: Shankara and Ramanuja’

Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: Extended version of the article ‘Case studies: Shankara and Ramanuja’, suitable for use with advanced GCSE and A level students.

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EYFS Knowledge Organiser Christianity

Where do we live and who lives there? How do we celebrate Christmas?

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F is for forgiveness

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on the value of forgiveness in different religions and beliefs using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Face Template

Opening up RE: Easter - Face Template

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Facilitating Subjects: The Myth!

Facilitating Subjects: The Myth!

How advice based on a misunderstanding of the idea of ‘facilitating subjects’ can disadvantage students applying for university!

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Fact file on Brazil

Looking at how people celebrate Easter in Brazil.

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Fact sheet on female leaders of religion

Further information on female leaders of religion as well as fact files on three figures suggested in the Pp. 30-33 REtoday autumn 2018 article 'Words matter: gender, religion and RE'

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Fairy Lights and Sand Trays: Tools for Spirituality?

Fairy Lights and Sand Trays: Tools for Spirituality?

Rachel Warwick describes the practice of prayer spaces in schools: is this most appropriate in church schools, or would it work well in community schools? Is it RE, spiritual development, school worship or what?

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Faith and responses to the environment

Faith and responses to the environment

Burnley Interfaith Question Panel is a video on the CLEO website of a question and answer session at the end of a young people’s conference. Four people, representing Christian, Atheist, Muslim and Agnostic points of view answer 8 questions put to them through the chairperson. The question in focus here is: ‘How does your faith affect your attitude to the environment?’ The Christian, Agnostic and Muslim panel members respond.

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Faith stories: Judaism

Opening up RE: Values - The story of Hanukkah - Adapted from Maccabees books 1 and 2

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Faith Studies and Ethics for AQA

Faith Studies and Ethics for AQA

This is not just another revision book but an attractive and informative resource. It will be useful to staff and students taking AQA Short Course Specification B to support the programme of study. Highly recommended.

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Family driving image

An image used for an exercise on the Lords Prayer in RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 12-13)

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Features of God's kingdom

Features of God's kingdom from the parables. To be used with to be used with p. 27 Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.

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Feedback to AQA on the 2018 GCSEs

Feedback to AQA on the 2018 GCSEs

A Q&A between a NATRE executive member and the AQA exam board.

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Festival Wall Planner

Festival Wall Planner

Download the FREE Festival wall planner for 2017 from Articles of Faith.

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Festivals and Festivals 2

Festivals and Festivals 2

Festivals and Festivals 2 are DVD packs with supporting posters.

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Fierce Feathers - A true story of the Society of Friends in America

A great resource including a story, classroom cards, a picture book inspiration and a quiz for your pupils. Part of the remembrance suite of resources originally created for the Diocese of Wakefield.

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Finding Approaches to RE that Matter: Mary Stone's Continuing Journey

Finding Approaches to RE that Matter: Mary Stone's Continuing Journey

Mary Stone reflects on her more than 60 years of working with children and teachers. Mary was a pioneer in searching out styles of RE and learning that really mattered.

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Finding meaning in objects - Anchor Cross

RE Ideas: Jesus - Finding meaning in objects - Anchor Cross

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Finding meaning in objects - St Brigid Cross

RE Ideas: Jesus - Finding meaning in objects - St Brigid Cross

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Finding meaning in objects - The Alpha and Omega

RE Ideas: Jesus - Finding meaning in objects - The Alpha and Omega

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Finding out about Pesach: using the big picture

RE Ideas: Celebration: Finding out about Pesach: using the big picture

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Finding philosophical questions

To support philosophical enquiry activities on pp. 16-20 in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Advice on how to enable your class to write philosophical questions.

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Five Multi-religious Lessons for Primary RE on Giving Money Away in the Credit Crunch

Five Multi-religious Lessons for Primary RE on Giving Money Away in the Credit Crunch

Julia Sandiford Mitchell, headteacher at Shawclough Primary School, wanted her pupils to think about credit, Woolworths and giving money away in RE.

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Five Pillars of Islam

Opening up RE: Islam - Five Pillars of Islam presentation

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Five Principles of RE and Homework

Five Principles of RE and Homework

Julian Stern (REsource 20:2, Spring 1998).

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Five tweets from the future

Article about climate justice from page 46, 'Instant RE' section in REtoday Autumn 2020. Idea for the classroom, with examples from pupils aged 8 - 13 years.

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Five ways to teach climate change in RE: extended article

Full, extended version of article: 'Five ways to teach climate change in RE' by David Kibble on pages 34-35 in REtoday Autumn 2020.

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Flame Outline

RE Ideas - Sacred Places - Simple image of flame outline

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Flood myths map and key

Flood myths map and key

Flood myths map and key (pp.26–27).

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Flying for life: the Mission Aviation Fellowship

Article by Rebecca Walker from the Mission Aviation Fellowship, from REtoday Autumn 2019.

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Food outlines

Opening up RE: Judaism - Food outlines for activity 1 to ask pupils to explain the significance of the food.

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Foot outline to use for 'foot festival' activities

Foot outline to use for 'foot festival' activities. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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For teachers - what are the roots of Sikhs in the UK

What are the roots of Sikhs in the UK

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Forest School Easter instructions

Forest School Easter instructions

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From Page to Practice: Creative RE Using a Local Agreed Syllabus

From Page to Practice: Creative RE Using a Local Agreed Syllabus

The authors of this article encourage teachers to be creative in using a local Agreed Syllabus and scheme of work's RE material, using the Lancashire ‘Field of Enquiry’ model as an example.

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From Raisin to Grape

From Raisin to Grape

Will Ord (REsource 25:1, Autumn 2002).

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From Sheffield Desk to Oxford Chair: Reflections on a Professional Lifetime in RE

From Sheffield Desk to Oxford Chair: Reflections on a Professional Lifetime in RE

In this article, Terence Copley traces his career, noting along the way the many events and influences with which he had to contend.

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From Zero to Hero: Can a Murderer Turn to God to Set a Whole Nation Free?

From Zero to Hero: Can a Murderer Turn to God to Set a Whole Nation Free?

This article comments on some aspects of the story of Moses and draws out six suggestions for classroom activities.

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Front cover

Front cover

God and the big Bang front cover

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Front cover

A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Front cover

A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils. Includes blank version.

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Front cover

A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Front cover

A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Front cover

A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Front cover

A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Front cover

Front cover

Front Cover for spiritual RE

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Front cover

A downloadable version of the cover of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Front cover images

A downloadable version of the individual cover images of this RE Today publication to use with your pupils.

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Fruits and roots

Opening up RE: Values - Exploring Christian teachings about love

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G is for Goddesses

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on questions to do with gender and goddesses in different religions using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Gaia and Climate Change: A Theology of Gift Events

Gaia and Climate Change: A Theology of Gift Events

In brief, this book considers environmental responsibility in relation to both the modern concept of Gaia and the more fragmented environmentalism that preceded it.

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Game board on Hinduism and Islam

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Game board on Hinduism and Islam

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Game board on Hinduism Instructions

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Game board on Hinduism and Islam instructions

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GCSE and GCE Changes

GCSE and GCE Changes

An update on changes in GCSE and GCE examinations proposed in 2006.

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GCSE examination results 2019

GCSE examination results 2019

Data to support the writing of examination reports

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GCSE promo posters

A set of 5 posters featuring 2018 GCSE students to promote GCSE RS.

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Generic music analysis

Expressing meaning through sound: liberating music (pp.18-22 and 32). A generic music analysis sheet, for pupils to explore and compare different types of music.

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Giving it! How charitable is Britain?

Activities, copiable worksheets and classroom ideas about the top ten charities in the UK for secondary pupils: make them think about generosity and use contemporary data as a starting point for reflection on attitudes.

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Giving It! How Charitable is Britain? 10 ways...

Ten ways to use charity data in exploring the themes of money and religion.

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Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral

PowerPoint presentations showing the architecture and decorative interiors of Gloucester Cathedral.

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Goat outlines

Opening up RE: Judaism - Goat outlines

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God & atheism (home learning)

A piece of home learning looking at 2 questions: 'why do people disagree so much about whether God is real and what God is like?'. For pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).

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God in Hinduism

God in Hinduism

God in Hinduism is a simple morph activity - the Aum symbol (representing Brahman) morphs into three deities, and returns to Aum. This helps make a difficult concept easier to grasp, and illustrates the Hindu belief in one god with many forms.

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God is not... (Pg. 16)

A copy of the article by Adam Short and Stephen Pett.

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God is not... PowerPoint

Supporting PowerPoint presentation to support class work on what God is not, designed for 7-9-year-olds but adaptable for other primary age ranges.

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God’s pencil: a life story in 24 pieces

God’s pencil: a life story in 24 pieces

PDF to support this article

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God's Creation Part 1

God's Creation Part 1

God’s Creation part 1 is a short video (3.59 mins) illustrating one Christian perspective on the relationship between God and creation. The lyrics of a song are presented clearly, illustrated with visual images. This is a useful resource to focus students sharply on identifying beliefs expressed in a non-textual format, and to consider how the method of presentation can affect how the message is received and responded to. In creating their own presentations they can consolidate their learning and reflect the views of others with understanding and respect.

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God-consciousness in Sikhism

One section – Ashtapadi 8 from pp. 272–273 – offers an extended account of the qualities of the God-conscious person.

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God: an Enquiry (p28)

Extended version of the article with the full version of the essay by Emma Burns.

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Goddess Durga

An annotated image of the Durga image from pages 27-8.

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Good & Evil - some Christian perspectives

Good & Evil - some Christian perspectives

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a brief overview of Christian beliefs about good and evil. There is a short test activity to consolidate learning.

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Good news and bad news pictures with text cards

RE Ideas - Christmas - What is the good news and bad news of Christmas pictures and text cards

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Governors Review Activity for RE (Primary)

Governors Review Activity for RE (Primary)

This resource is an exclusive to NATRE members, provided for governing bodies as part of their school membership of the National Association of Teachers of RE. It aims to help governors evaluate the quality of their provision for Religious Education by sharing some quotations from Ofsted reports over the last two years.

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Governors Review Activity for RE (Secondary)

Governors Review Activity for RE (Secondary)

This resource is an exclusive to NATRE members, provided for governing bodies as part of their school membership of the National Association of Teachers of RE. It aims to help governors evaluate the quality of their provision for Religious Education by sharing some quotations from Ofsted reports over the last two years.

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Grace's Home - A prayer of thanks

RE Ideas - Literacy: Grace's Home - A prayer of thanks image

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Greater clarity for Academies in relation to RE?

Greater clarity for Academies in relation to RE?

At the end of March 2018, minister for schools; Nick Gibb MP responded to a parliamentary question about RE. NATRE has received clarification of his response.

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Greedy person image

An image used for an exercise on the Lords Prayer in RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 12-13)

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Green Day: Overdale Junior School

Additional resources to accompany the article on pages 20 - 21 by Anne Scott.

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Green Day: RE Enrichment for Moreside High School

This article shows what happened when David Levine, head of RE at Moorside High School, and the writer's RE PGCE trainees did some work on RE Enrichment with Moorside Year 9 pupils.

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Growing in RE

Growing in RE

Guidance on teaching RE in special schools, by Anne Krisman for REtoday.

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Growing Up With RE

Growing Up With RE

We asked some young people coming towards the end of RE learning what it has been worth. Thanks to Miriam Frampton, head of RE at Hitchin Girls' School in Hertfordshire, for all her help with the article.

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Grubby Grub

Opening up RE: Easter - Grubby Grub Story

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Guidance for headteachers of primary schools

Guidance for headteachers of primary schools

The purpose of this paper is to make headteachers aware of the findings and recommendations of Religious Education: the Truth Unmasked, which reports the outcomes of the recent inquiry held by the All Party Parliamentary Group for RE (APPG).

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Guided Imagination as a Basis for Understanding the Importance of Special Places

Guided Imagination as a Basis for Understanding the Importance of Special Places

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience, by James Holt, Parrs Wood High School.

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Guru Nanak and Mardana

Guru Nanak and Mardana

A story from Sikhism: a lifelong friendship and the start of something big.

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Guru Nanak and Sikhism

Guru Nanak and Sikhism

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 9–11 age range and for less–able readers in the lower part of Key Stage 3.

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H is for Heaven, Hell and Other Afterlives

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at the questions of life after death, destiny, heaven and hell using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Hadith cards

Hadith cards

A set of cards each containing a Hadith. From p.32 of Inspiring RE: Muslims.

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Hajj fact file

RE Ideas: Journey - Hajj fact file

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Hajj Pilgrimage Photo - The Kaaba

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - Hajj Pilgrimage Photo - The Ka'aba

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Hajj Pilgrimage Photo 1

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - Pilgrims walk around the Kaaba

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Hajj Pilgrimage photo 2

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - Shaving hair at Eid-ul-Adha

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Hajj Pilgrimage photo 3

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - Circling the Ka'aba wearing ihram

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Hajj Pilgrimage photo 4

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - Running between safa and marwa

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Hajj Pilgrimage photo 5

RE Ideas - Spiritual Development - The stand at arafat

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Hajj Pilgrimage photo 7

RE Ideas: Spiritual Development - Water at Zam zam

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Hanukkah: what’s the meaning of the celebrations?

Exploring a theme: Celebrations - Hanukkah: what’s the meaning of the celebrations presentation

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Harmony between Human and Horse - article

Article from REtoday summer 2019. Olivia Towers is the UK’s number-one dressage vlogger. She told REtoday about her faith, her sport and her work to promote good mental health.

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Harmony between Human and Horse - PPT

Article from REtoday summer 2019. Olivia Towers is the UK’s number-one dressage vlogger. She told REtoday about her faith, her sport and her work to promote good mental health.

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Harnessing technology

Harnessing technology

Harnessing technology: transforming learning and children's services (2005).

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Harvest donations judgement task

Opening up RE: Thankfulness - Where shall we send the harvest donations - a judgement task

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Help! How can I teach Easter?

Idea's and examples. a PDF of the REtoday article on pp.16-17

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Here I stand PowerPoint

Martin Luther stood for his beliefs 500 years ago, in October 1517. What would your pupils stand for today? This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Autumn 2017’s REtoday magazine.

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Here I Stand. I can do nothing else

REtoday Editor Lat Blaylock suggests that Martin Luther’s anniversary might prompt reflection in RE classrooms. Teachers are invited to send in pupils’ work on this theme. Pupils are invited to express their convictions in a short piece of writing (pp. 26–27).

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Hesitation: A Spiritual Gift

Hesitation: A Spiritual Gift

The summer meeting of the RE Council of England and Wales, held in the beautiful Russian Orthodox Patriarchal Cathedral of the Dormition and All Saints in Knightsbridge, heard from the then–Archbishop of Canterbury, the Rt Revd Rowan Williams.

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Blank hexagon sheet

Hexagon sheet

Hexagon pages for use with learning activity 2e in 'Exploring Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur' (Jewish festivals) in Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (RE Today publication). Suitable for 11-14s.

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Hindu beliefs quiz

PDF of p. 26 to support Activity 5 in the section 'What do Hindus believe happens when you die?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Hindu Business Shrine illustration

Hindu Business Shrine illustration

Inspiring RE: Hindus - Hindu Business Shrine illustration image

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Hindu Creation Story: The Big Picture

PDF of the magazine article. A Hindu creation story: a twentieth-century mural from a palace in Rajasthan.

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Hindu Home Shrine illustration

Hindu Home Shrine illustration

Inspiring RE: Hindus - Hindu Home Shrine illustration image

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Hindu Worship at Home and in the Temple: Using Digital Video and Email With 8–9 year olds

Hindu Worship at Home and in the Temple: Using Digital Video and Email With 8–9 year olds

Using digital video and e-mail is a brilliant way of encountering religion, but something that is not always a very easy thing to organise.

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Hinduism - empathy game

Black-and-white line drawing of the Christmas scene for the Martian report (page 4).

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Hinduism - how to be naughty activity support presentation

Opening up RE: Values - Hinduism - how to be naughty activity support presentation

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Hinduism - human nature

A more detailed account of Hindu ideas about human nature and the problem of existence.

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Hinduism - Mahabharata Translation

This unabridged version of chapter 5 is translated by Dermot Killingley

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Hinduism: A New Approach, Second Edition

Hinduism: A New Approach, Second Edition

This textbook is a really useful introduction to Hinduism for GCSE students, and it will provide teachers with good background knowledge on which to build their classroom practice.

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Hinduism: Key Words

Inspiring RE: Hindus- Key Words

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Hindus and Christians changing the world

Exploring a theme: Beliefs in Action in the World - Hindus and Christians changing the world: activity page

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Hints and Guesses: Creativity and Religious Education

Hints and Guesses: Creativity and Religious Education

Derek Webster (REsource 27:2, Spring 2005).

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HMI Annual Report

HMI Annual Report

The annual report of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools 2005/2006.

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Holding a virtual group to support RE

How to hold a virtual support group for RE and the outcomes of doing this.

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Homosexuality: exposing the fault lines in Christianity.

Homosexuality: exposing the fault lines in Christianity.

Colin Johnson (volume 26 issue 2,spring 2004)

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Hopes and dreams

Newham schools have an annual competition for RE work, with this year’s theme on hopes and dreams. Here is Claire Clinton’s report on two examples of some great work. Should your academy chain or local SACRE run something similar? a PDF of the REtoday article on pp.12-13

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Hopes and dreams PPT

PPT to support REtoday article on pp.12-13 with examples of pupils work.

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Houses of wisdom

This article reports on the exciting project in Newham where pupils and schools entered a competition to showcase their work in visiting places of worship, houses of wisdom

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Houses of wisdom PPT

This article reports on the exciting project in Newham where pupils and schools entered a competition to showcase their work in visiting places of worship, houses of wisdom

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How are key Muslim beliefs shown in a mosque?

How are key Muslim beliefs shown in a mosque?

First thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Paul Christian, Cardinal Pole Roman Catholic School, London Borough of Hackney.

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How are Ofsted reports making reference to Primary RE

How are Ofsted reports making reference to Primary RE

A document by NATRE exploring the references to Religious Education and the impact it may have to achieve a broad and balanced curriculum.

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How are Ofsted reports making reference to Secondary RE

How are Ofsted reports making reference to Secondary RE

A document by NATRE exploring the references to Religious Education and the impact it may have to achieve a broad and balanced curriculum.

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How can the problem of evil & suffering be explained?

How can the problem of evil & suffering be explained?

Burnley Interfaith Question Panel is a video from CLEO of a question and answer session at the end of a young people’s conference. Four people, representing Christian, Atheist, Muslim and Agnostic points of view answer 8 questions put to them through the chairperson. The question in focus here is: ‘How do you explain the problem of evil and suffering?’

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How can you tell if the inner voice is real

How can you tell if the inner voice is real

Lat Blaylock provokes you to tackle the topic of the reality of the inner voice with pupils: Is it mania, or norm, God or our own demons? When should we listen to it, and when should we laugh at it?

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How did Islam reach Britain?

An events table which timelines the spread of Islam and how it reached Britain. P. 27 of REtoday autumn 2018.

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How did the 1914-18 war challenge Christian theology and ethics?

War and Peace. How did the 1914-18 war challenge Christian theology and ethics? How can Christians respond to these challenges? Part of the remembrance suite of resources originally created for the Diocese of Wakefield. This special planned unit of RE gives teachers lots of learning ideas, ready to use, to enable students to explore theological, spiritual and ethical questions in relation to the Great War / First World War.

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How do Christians across the world across the world celebrate Easter and why?

Unit 3 of Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.

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How do Christians decide how to live?

Unit 4 of Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.

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How do Christians decide how to live? PPT

These resource explores how Christians live, for use with 7-9s and accompanies Pp. 21–26 of Inspiring RE: Christians.

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How do Christians portray God Presentation

How do Christians portray God Presentation

RE Ideas: God - How do Christians portray God?

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How do Hadith guide Muslims through the journey of life?

How do Hadith guide Muslims through the journey of life?

How do Hadith guide Muslims through the journey of life? A unit of work for 9-11s including background knowledge for the teacher and classroom ideas and activities. From Inspiring RE: Muslims (pp.27-32).

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How do Hadith guide Muslims through the journey of life? PPT

How do Hadith guide Muslims through the journey of life? PPT

A PowerPoint presentation to support the teaching of a section called 'How do Hadith guide Muslims through the journey of life?' within the primary curriculum book 'Muslims' from the 'Inspiring RE' series.

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How do Hindus believe the world works title slide

How do Hindus believe the world works PowerPoint

Inspiring RE: Hindus- How do Hindus believe the world works

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How do Jewish people show respect for the Torah?

An activity sheet for pupils to rank which of the eight ways of showing respect for the Torah come top of the list in their opinion. From RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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How do Jewish people think we can mend the world presentation

How do Jewish people think we can mend the world presentation

RE Ideas- Fairness and Justice - How do Jewish people think we can mend the world presentation

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How do Jewish people think we can mend the world?

RE Ideas- Fairness and Justice - A PDF of the two quotations of how Jewish people think we can mend the world

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How do Liverpool Altars show what it means to be human?

How do Liverpool Altars show what it means to be human?

PowerPoint presentation from p.31 showing variations of the public-display multi-faith altar.

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How do Muslims contribute to Britain today

The presentation includes a quiz about modern-day British Islam.

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How do people face up to good and evil?

How do people face up to good and evil?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Hamsha Rama, Redden Court School, London Borough of Havering, supported by Janet Dyson.

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How do religious families practise their faith and how does it influence their lives?

How do religious families practise their faith and how does it influence their lives?

A presentation to provide a visual resource and stimulus questions to help pupils to develop knowledge, skills and understanding to Christian religious customs and practices.

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How do some non-religious people welcome a new baby - unit PDF pp.4-9

How do some non-religious people welcome a new baby - unit PDF pp.4-9

This resource is a PDF version of RE Today's curriculum book 'Living without God'. It focuses on naming ceremony and celebrations.

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How do some religious faiths respond to poverty?

How do some religious faiths respond to poverty?

First thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Andy Joyce, Walthamstow Academy, London Borough of Waltham Forest.

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How do the Five Pillars help Muslims express their faith?

How do the Five Pillars help Muslims express their faith?

How do the Five Pillars help Muslims express their faith? A unit of work for 7-9s including background knowledge for the teacher and classroom ideas and activities. From Inspiring RE: Muslims (pp.15-19).

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How do we teach young people about religion in a play-based environment?

How do we teach young people about religion in a play-based environment?

Marilyn Bowles has wide experience in developing imaginative approaches to learning in general, to RE in particular, with the youngest children in our schools.

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How do you teach your own beliefs?

More responses from Twitter and Facebook

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How does being a Hindu affect life in India?

Answers to the matching activity on page 30.

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How does peace grow?

A pdf of the story from the centre pages of the magazine.

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How does peace grow? PPT

A true story to challenge your picture of relations between Christians and Muslims in the world today.

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How Durga was born

Opening up RE: Hinduism - How Durga was born from light to save the Earth from terror

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How important is the Torah?

Activity sheet looking at how important the Torah is for Jewish people. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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How is the Jewish faith defended?

REToday Article Big Picture pp.96-97

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How should we live

Opening up RE: Respect - How should we live in a community with many difference presentation.

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How to make RE more playful – article

This article and PowerPoint show teachers of 4-7s in RE some interesting and fresh ways of making RE learning more playful. (pp.14-16)

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How to make RE more playful – PPT

This PowerPoint show teachers of 4-7s in RE some interesting and fresh ways of making RE learning more playful. (pp.14-16)

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How to raise the profile of Religious Education in the Secondary School

Sometimes teachers and leaders of RE find it a struggle to promote their subject in school. This piece will share some practical ideas surrounding how departments can raise the profile of RE with a particular focus on the secondary sector.

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How to run philosophical enquiry in class

To support philosophical enquiry activities on pp. 16-20 in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Two sheets with advice for the teacher, including useful sentence starters and an introduction to the STARS framework.

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How to show that you care

Opening up RE: Christianity - How to show that you care presentation

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How to show that you care 1 (home learning)

A piece of home learning about showing you care for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds). This is document 1 of 2. Pupils should view this PPT, then complete the 'How to show that you care' worksheet'.

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How to show that you care 2 (home learning)

A piece of home learning about showing you care for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds). This is document 2 of 2. Pupils should complete this work sheet after viewing the 'How to show that you care' PPT.

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How why and where to Hindus worship title slide

How why and where do Hindu people worship

Inspiring RE: Hindus- How why and where do Hindu people worship PowerPoint

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Human and Machine Intelligence: are they the same?

Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson C: Human and Machine Intelligence: are they the same?)

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Human bingo

Opening up RE: Respect - Human bingo activity

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Humanist discussion of Euthanasia

Humanist discussion of Euthanasia

It is useful for those who are looking for non-religious viewpoints on euthanasia. It includes definitions of key terms, the legal position, arguments for and against and some questions to provoke thought and discussion.

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Humanist Interview

What does it mean to be a Humanist in Britain today? Extended version of the interview with Humanist teenager and parent.

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Humanist perspectives on death

Humanist perspectives on death

A document (pdf) designed for use in schools.

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I Belong to the Muslim Faith

I Belong to the Muslim Faith

This book guides the reader through the way of life of the Muslim faith as it follows one family through their journey as believers in Islam.

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I is for idols and icons

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at the differences between an idol and an icon using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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I know I said I would not tell (but it is so interesting)

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Temptation scenario

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Ian Latta on using the IPAD in RE

The great RE bake-off - or how to make the perfect Apple and Raspberry Pi. (page 38). An online presentation to support this article

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ICT across the curriculum

ICT across the curriculum

A DfES document detailing the use of ICT in religious education (2004)

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Id-ul-Fitr and Id-ul-Adha: special times in Islam

Id-ul-Fitr and Id-ul-Adha: special times in Islam

Resource from REtoday 2016. Looking a celebrating special times in Islam, such as Id-ul-Fitr, Id-ul-Adha, as well as Hajj.

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If I had a million dollars (p.34) Worksheet

"Worksheet for children 5 – 8 years of age to enable them to think about treasure and money, and what money cannot buy. "

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If I had a million dollars (p.34).

Treasure and Money: a PowerPoint sequence with examples of other children’s work to get your pupils thinking for themselves.

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If Not Higher

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If the Buddha came to Surrey

Enacting a story of the life of the Buddha: classroom ideas for RE.

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If the Earth were only a metre in diameter

Article about the environment from page 48, 'Instant RE' section in REtoday Autumn 2020. Idea for the classroom, with examples of work in response from pupils aged 8 and 12.

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Illustration of Earth

RE Ideas - Sacred Places - Simple image of Earth

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Illustrations of Hannah, Grace, Imran

Illustrations of Hannah, Grace and Imran from p. 8, for use with Activities 1 and 2 in section: Who am I? Where do I belong? in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Image of a bike

Image of a bike

An image of a bike to be used pp. 10-15 from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God. 'What can we learn from these non-religious stories'.

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Image of a car

Image of a car

An image of a car to be used pp. 10-15 from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God. 'What can we learn from these non-religious stories'.

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Image of a traffic light

Image of a traffic light

An image of a traffic light to be used pp. 10-15 from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God. 'What can we learn from these non-religious stories'.

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Image of Tallit template

RE Ideas: Literacy - Image of Tallit template

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Images of Salvation: The Story of the Bible through Medieval Art

Images of Salvation: The Story of the Bible through Medieval Art

A CD-ROM of images and texts, grouped around 44 themes, of interesting examples of the medieval art inspired by Biblical narrative.

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Images of Salvation: The Story of the Bible through Medieval Art

Images of Salvation: The Story of the Bible through Medieval Art

A CD-ROM of images and texts, grouped around 44 themes, of interesting examples of the medieval art inspired by Biblical narrative.

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Images of Sewa and Langar

Enlarged images from pg. 7 of Sikhs - primary RE Today publication from the Inspiring RE series.

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Images of various Jewish traditions

RE Ideas - Sacred Words: Images of various Jewish traditions and a simplified version of Deuteronomy 6:4-9

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Images portraying Sikhs in Britain

Images portraying Sikhs in Britain. Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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Imaginative guided fantasy

Imaginative guided fantasy

Julie Grove, who's a member of the REtoday editorial group, provides the tools and the rationale for some imaginative RE. She was, until recently, RE adviser in Solihull.

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Imagining new energy for RE with 11 - 14 year olds - a day conference

Imagining new energy for RE with 11 - 14 year olds - a day conference

Steph Carnell and Jane Lewis from the Diocese of Southwell, Nottinghamshire, share their experience of creating a concentrated RE experience as a way to deepen pupils' learning.

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Impact of Government policy on GCSE RS

Impact of Government policy on GCSE RS

Two elements of government policy since 2010 have been described as having ‘unintended negative consequences for Religious Education’. The first of these was the English Baccalaureate introduced in 2010.

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Impact of Government Policy on GCSE RS (2015)

Impact of Government Policy on GCSE RS (2015)

Report on the impact of Government Policy on GCSE entry patterns for Religious Studies short and full course.

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Important stories for Jewish people - FULL UNIT

A PDF of the full unit 'What do celebration foods and activities teach us about important stories for Jewish people?' from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people',

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Imran and Eid

RE Ideas: Celebration: Imran and Eid

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In our Liverpool 8 home

Dr Matthew Thompson shares the exciting projects of Liverpool Community Spirit in exploring community identity and social cohesion in the European capital of cultural diversity.

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In the journey of life, what makes things better, and what makes things worse?

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - In the journey of life, what makes things better, and what makes things worse PowerPoint presentation focusing on Islam

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Indoctrination, Education and God

Indoctrination, Education and God

This article is a summary of a Montgomery Trust lecture delivered for Christian Education by Professor Terence Copley in London on 6 May 2006.

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Industrial Heritage on Tyneside

Industrial Heritage on Tyneside

A presentation by Vincent Fox on art, faith, work and worship

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Inference square

Inference square

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Infographic: data on Muslims in the UK and beyond

Infographic: data on Muslims in the UK and beyond

Data on Muslims in the UK and beyond

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Information on the city of Varanasi

RE Ideas: Journey - Map of Varanasi

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Information sheet – Writing to persuade

Information sheet – Writing to persuade

The information sheets on pp. 27 of RE Today publication 'Inspirational People'. Ten information points about Dr Hany El Banna for pupils to write persuasively about.

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Information sheets – sentence cutout

Information sheets – sentence cutout

The information sheet on pp. 26 of RE Today publication 'Inspirational People'. Gives a selection of sentences.

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Information sheets – Write to inform

Information sheets – Write to inform

The information sheets on pp. 24 of RE Today publication 'Inspirational People'. Guiding pupils to read and understand text and write about these people, by creating a booklet.

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Insight from Sikhism

Insight from Sikhism

Don't just admire others, be a hero yourself. Manjit Kaur, a Sikh who teaches RE herself, offers information and ideas about Sikhism and heroism for the primary classroom.

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Inspirational Jewish women PPT

Inspirational Jewish women PPT

This slideshow supports the activities on pp. 28–32 of Inspiring RE: inspirational people. A PPT on How and why might these Jewish women be considered inspirational? Suitable for 9–11s

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Inspiring the highest achievers: challenging young people who are gifted in RE

Inspiring the highest achievers: challenging young people who are gifted in RE

Dilwyn Hunt, RE adviser in Dudley LEA, summarises four great ways to challenge the gifted and talented pupil, tried and tested“ which are also adaptable for the mainstream.

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Inspiring words? Questions and tasks

RE Ideas: Literacy - Inspiring words? Questions and tasks

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Interactive and special RE for Special Schools

Interactive and special RE for Special Schools

Is RE important in a Special School? How do you teach RE effectively in special schools? Four final-year students from the University of Cumbria undertaking a four-year Primary QTS degree specialising in RE offer their thoughts.

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Interfaith Dialogue Conversations

Interfaith Dialogue Conversations

Interfaith dialogue interviews produced by RE Today.

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Interfaith Explorers

Interfaith Explorers

Interfaith Explorers is a free online resource designed to take pupils on a voyage of discovery through Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Its aim is to promote respect and understanding between people, particularly those of the Abrahamic faiths.

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Interfaith Week Assembly

Interfaith Week Assembly

A visual, exciting assembly to use in your assemblies for Interfaith Week. Written by Lat Blaylock of RE Today services.

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Interfaith Week at Sir Thomas Boteler School

Interfaith Week at Sir Thomas Boteler School

Assemblies are not RE, but they sometimes lead to good RE. See what happened when interfaith ideas got into the assembly programme in this Warrington School.

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Internet Sacred Text Archive

Internet Sacred Text Archive

The Internet Sacred Text Archive provides access to a vast collection of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric, including the sacred texts of the main religions studied in RE.

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Interpreting the Book of Revelation part 2

A resource linked to this RE Today publication that shows the three different ways of interpreting the selected texts from the Book of Revelation.

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Interpreting the GCSE Humanities data

Interpreting the GCSE Humanities data

A short report from NATRE outlining the GCSE data for History, Geography and RE, indicating the true picture.

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Interview

Interview with Sikh artist, Sewa Singh Khalsa.

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Interview with young British Hindu's

Enquiring into the lives and goals of young British Hindus today: extended versions of the interviews from pages 22 - 23.

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Interviews with Buddhists

Opening up RE: Community - Interviews with 2 individuals about the importance for Buddhists about being part of a community.

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Interviews with Charity Workers

Interviews with Charity Workers

Interviews with charity workers presents a series of interview with charity workers: CAFOD; Muslim Global Relief; Volunteers in Brazil; Christian Aid. Material for each charity is presented under two headings - work and faith. The interviews provide much information about motivation for charity work (individual and charity), religious reasons for helping the poor, and examples of types of aid.

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Interviews with young Hindu worshippers

Exploring a theme: Worship - Interviews with young Hindu worshippers

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Interviews with young Jewish worshippers

Exploring a theme: Worship - Interviews with young Jewish worshippers

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Interviews with young Muslim worshippers

Exploring a theme: Worship - Interviews with young Muslim (Shia and Sunni) worshippers

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Introducing Humanist Values

Opening up RE: Community - This presentation enables pupils to learn about Humanism in a simple way in RE.

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Introducing Muslims:outlining sunni and Shi'a beliefs

Muslims belong to the ummah – the worldwide community of believers – but there are variations in belief and practice. The two main schools are Sunni and Shi’a. These have distinctive identities but they hold many beliefs and practices in common, as presented by Wahida Begum (Sunni) and Zameer Hussain (Shi’a) in the diagram below.

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Introducing Philosophy of Religion

Introducing Philosophy of Religion

This is a somewhat quirky textbook, which could be useful with gifted and talented at KS3 or for GCSE RS courses looking at Philosophy.

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Introducing Seva (selfless service)

Opening up RE: Community - Images and images with text to do with Seva

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Introducing Tanakh and Talmud activities

Sheet with additional activities for deeper understanding of the Tanakh and Talmud. To support Essential Texts section of Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (an RE Today publication). Suitable for 11-14s.

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Introduction to learning and the brain

Introduction to learning and the brain

From the RE Today publication 'More Than 101 Great Ideas'. Includes ten important questions about active learning and the brain.

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Introduction to Sufism

Introduction to Sufism

Introduction to Sufism is a video resource filmed by CLEO at a SACRE Conference for students in years 6 and 7. The video is presented in 3 short sections: a) What is Sufism?; b) Whirling; c) Sufi Worship. The commentary provided by the Sufi Muslim workshop leader is clear and straightforward and provides a good starting point for students studying the ways in which religious experience is expressed in Sufism.

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Investigating Art

RE Ideas - God: Questions for groups to discuss about Artwork A: Processional Cross of the Most Holy Trinity, Artwork B: Interpretation of Rublev’s Icon of the Trinity and Artwork C: Trinity

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Is Christianity the Only True Religion?

Is Christianity the Only True Religion?

John Hick (REsource, volume 19 issue 3, summer 1997)

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Is happiness the purpose of life (Pg 25-31)

Christian and secular responses to the question: Is happiness the purpose of life? Pages from the publications Questions: Meaning Purpose and Truth

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Is happiness the purpose of life (PPT)

Christian and secular responses to the question: Is happiness the purpose of life?

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Is life sacred? Is life priceless?

Is life sacred? Is life priceless?

What can we learn from the dreadful dilemma of conjoined twins Jodie and Mary?

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Is Marriage a good thing? (home learning)

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

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Is my body sacred? Reflecting on body image and understandings of health

Is my body sacred? Reflecting on body image and understandings of health

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by John James and Lesley Prior, The Greycoat Hospital School

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Is religion good for society?

Is religion good for society?

Essential RE: Society. A PowerPoint presentation showing examples of student work using the ideas and resources from this section of the book.

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Is the whole world sacred? (home learning)

A piece of home learning about the world and special places for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds).

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Isaac speaks: 'Some Day!'

Isaac speaks: 'Some Day!'

In this article Jane Brooke, RE Today sub editor and adviser in Cheshire, describes a way of working with the biblical story of Abraham and Isaac.

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Isaiah: Light of Redemption

Jewish form of art - Jewish microcalligraphy by Ellen Miller Braun. Taken from Big Picture section in REtoday autumn 2018 p. 90

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Islam - Khadijah’s story

RE Ideas - Sacred Words - Khadijah's story

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Islam in Today's World: revised edition

Islam in Today's World: revised edition

A visually appealing and colourful text , ideally suited for students following any GCSE syllabus examining Muslim responses to contemporary moral issues and ultimate questions.

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Slide 10 - children can choose their favourite toy

Islam primary case study: Al-Ayn Social Care Foundation

PowerPoint presentation with photos illustrating the activities of the Al-Ayn Social Care Foundation: toy collection in the UK and distribution in Iraq. Supports article on p.25 of REtoday Spring 2020.

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Islam: Truly a Great Religion

Islam: Truly a Great Religion

An informative book which covers the basics of Islam in a concise and considered way. It is accessible for most pupils and a good source of reference.

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Islamic art for every child

Islamic art for every child

Muslim artist and educator Razwan Ul-Haq responds to REtoday's questions about his work and perspective.

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Items on the Seder plate

RE Ideas: Celebration: Items on the Seder plate

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J is for Jesus

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on what has made Jesus the most famous human being ever using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Jehovah’s Witnesses: inclusion and investigation

There are currently five Witness families in this school which makes it the second largest religion in Mount Pleasant. Anne feels strongly that the school is doing something positive for its children and their future.

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Jehovah's Witnesses in the RE classroom.

Jehovah's Witnesses in the RE classroom.

James Holt (RE source volume 26 issue 2, spring 2004)

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Jenny Berglund and Bill Gent - Learning About Islam

Parts 1 and 2 of the original article by Bill and Jenny, from REtoday 34:3 and 35:1

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Jesus and prayer

RE Ideas: Jesus - Jesus and prayer

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Jesus heals the Roman centurion’s servant (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Jesus for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds).

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Jesus is our true mother: Julian of Norwich in your classroom

Jesus is our true mother: Julian of Norwich in your classroom

John Kirk of Chapel Road School, Attleborough, has used his Farmington Fellowship term to create a set of multimedia resources to get primary pupils thinking deeply.

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Jesus Stained glass windows

RE Ideas: Jesus - Stained glass windows

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Jesus' Journey (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Easter for pupils in KS2 (7-11 year olds).

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Jesus: here and now

Debbie O'Mahony’s 9–11 year olds thought about where Jesus would come to if he was arriving today. The PowerPoint shows some intriguing replies, and models practice any teacher could follow.

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Jesus: here and now - article

Debbie O'Mahony’s article describing a lesson with 9-11s about where they thought Jesus would come to if he was arriving today.

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Jewish 'thank you' prayers

Inspiring RE: Right and Wrong - Many Jewish people use some short prayers called ‘Baruch atah Adonai’. They are little statements that usually start with ‘You are blessed, O Lord our God, king of the universe who . . .’ There are hundreds of them for every occasion. We have provided you with some.

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Jewish artefacts: inference square activity

Inference square activity sheet to support 'Essential artefacts' section in Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (RE Today publication). Accompanied by a sheet with the artefacts labelled. Suitable for 11-16s.

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Jewish beliefs about death and the afterlife

Jewish beliefs about death and the afterlife

Judaism 101 is a vast website that looks at ‘all things Jewish’ and whilst it is quite text heavy, the language levels are quite accessible for GCSE students.

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Jewish Beliefs: artefacts

Opening up RE: Judaism - An image of Passover Seder, an image of metal utensils and milk containers and writing excerpts by Franta Bass and Simon Winston

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Jewish celebration in the special school.

A pdf of the article by Margaret Dean on p.36.

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Jewish compassion in action: Triptych on Charity

An REtoday article 35 1 (pp. 30–31). Karen Van Coevorden, a former RE teacher, works for the Jewish Museum in London. We asked her for an example of the best of the museum’s collection. This one really repays study!

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Jewish holy days keywords

Sheet with keywords, phrases, quotations in relation to Jewish holy days. To support learning activity 2b in Exploring Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur section of Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (an RE Today publication). Suitable for 11-14s.

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Jewish holy texts: what did we learn?

A writing activity for your pupils to dig deeper into Jewish holy texts. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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Jewish responses to ethical issues

A copy of a selection of Jewish quotations from p.27, to support activity 1 on p.26.

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Jigsaw 4 piece

Inspiring RE: Hindus - Blank Jigsaw (4 piece)

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Jigsaw 6 piece

Inspiring RE: Hindus - Blank Jigsaw (6 piece)

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Jigsaw story: The Lost Coin

Opening up RE: Christianity - Jigsaw story: The Lost Coin image

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Jihad responses

Muhammad Awan lectures in politics and religion. Here he gives his response to the question : What does jihad mean to me?

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Joined-up Teaching.

Joined-up Teaching.

Su Brice shares her classroom project using RE on Judaism as a way of enabling learning in DT, Citizenship and History.

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Jonah and the big fish

RE Ideas: Fairness and Justice - A bible story about Jonah and the Big Fish

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Jonah and the Big Fish

Exploring a theme: Leaders and Followers - Jonah and the Big Fish (adapted for young children)

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Journey Sticks

RE Ideas: Celebration: Journey Sticks

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Judaism - Big Picture Image

RE Ideas: Celebration: Judaism - Big Picture Image

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Justin Welby interview

Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, visits each of the Anglican dioceses. On his recent visit to the Diocese of Leicester, 100 9- and 10-year-olds from 25 different Anglican schools joined him for a webinar, interviewing him with some of their biggest questions about prayer. Here is their interview, followed by ideas for classroom learning.

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K is for Kosher

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on food laws exploring kosher, halal, vegan and other diets using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Ka'aba outline

Ka'aba outline

An outline of the Ka'aba for pupils to use on prayer mat designs. From p.8 of Inspiring RE: Muslims.

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Kali

The female goddess Kali in Hindu traditions.

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Kar2ouche ~ Learning from religion

Kar2ouche ~ Learning from religion

Kar2ouche is a software package that allows students to produce posters, leaflets and (most effectively) storyboards, with the possibility of recording their own dialogue and making quite sophisticated animations.

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Karma, puja, reflection and Hindu belief

Colour and black and white versions of the gameboard for Moksha Patuma and pictures of a Hindu shrine for classroom use (page 11).

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Kartarpur messenger

What do Sikhs believe about how you should live? (pp.19-24) Copy of the ‘Kartarpur Messenger’ from p.21.

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Keeping the Faith: The transmission of Sikhism among young British Sikhs

Keeping the Faith: The transmission of Sikhism among young British Sikhs

A research poster by Jasjit Singh.

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Ketubah example

Example of a ketubah. From RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people', for activity 4 in Exploring artefacts: what special objects do Jewish people have in their homes?

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Key features of Islamic gardens

Opening up RE: Islam - Annotated diagram of Islamic gardens

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Key images from each of the fact files

Key images from a knowledge passport fact files to print and use in class supports RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series.

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Knowledge Organiser Y1 and 2 (Islam and Christianity)

Knowledge Organiser Y1 and 2 (Islam and Christianity)

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Knowledge Organiser Y3 and 4 (Judaism, Islam and Christianity)

Knowledge Organiser Y3 and 4 (Judaism, Islam and Christianity)

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Knowledge Organiser Y5 and 6 (Islam and Christianity)

Knowledge Organiser Y5 and 6 (Islam and Christianity)

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Knowledge Organiser Y5 and Y6 Sikhism

Knowledge Organiser Y5 and Y6 Sikhism

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KS1 RE - Exploring Parables: The Good Samaritan

KS1 RE - Exploring Parables: The Good Samaritan

Reception teacher Jo Bailey introduces the story of The Good Samaritan to her class at Fairlop Primary school in Essex.

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KS1 RE - Exploring Values: Two Religious Tales

KS1 RE - Exploring Values: Two Religious Tales

Themes of universal values are presented with two colourful stories from different faiths, narrated through dramatic and stylised performances.

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KS1/2 RE - Big Ideas for Small People

KS1/2 RE - Big Ideas for Small People

In this series of KS1 lessons, Paul Newbould from Minchinnhampton School, uses techniques including "philosophy for children", to encourage deeper-thinking among Year 1 pupils, in an RE context.

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KS1/2 RE - Big Ideas for Small People - Lesson Analysis

KS1/2 RE - Big Ideas for Small People - Lesson Analysis

This discussion programme looks at how primary teachers can best plan, manage and assess RE learning which promotes the asking of big or puzzling questions.

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KS1/2 RE - Storytelling Workshop

KS1/2 RE - Storytelling Workshop

A practical workshop designed to de-mystify the art of storytelling and offer guidance on how to tell great stories and maximise their effect.

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KS2 RE - Christianity 1

KS2 RE - Christianity 1

This programme shows how to teach a lesson on Christianity to pupils from a multi-faith background with little or no knowledge of the subject. The Easter story is the subject of KS1 and KS2 lessons.

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KS2 RE - Christianity 2

KS2 RE - Christianity 2

Two primary school teachers from different backgrounds join the head of a Church of England first school and a lecturer in theology from Newman College to discuss effective ways of teaching Christianity.

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KS2 RE - Teacher's Guide to Islam

KS2 RE - Teacher's Guide to Islam

In this programme we explore the basic elements of Islamic faith that any primary teacher would need to know by spending 48 hours in the company of the Sheikh family from Birmingham.

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KS2 RE - Teaching about Islam

KS2 RE - Teaching about Islam

This programme shows how one school, Wylde Green Primary in Sutton Coldfield, approaches teaching about Islam.

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KS2 RE for Pupils - Birth Marriage and Death

KS2 RE for Pupils - Birth Marriage and Death

This programme features three ceremonies from three different religions to illustrate the cycle of life. The programme depicts the real ceremonies and features interviews with the participants.

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KS2/3 RE - Rules and Responsibilities

KS2/3 RE - Rules and Responsibilities

In this programme Lynne Broadbent and Shaun Burns present a motivational project about rules and responsibility, devised for Year 6 RE pupils as they begin secondary school.

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KS2/3 RE - Symbols and Symbolism

KS2/3 RE - Symbols and Symbolism

In this programme, Year 6 pupils learn about symbols and symbolism in both religion and their own lives before completing an activity to form the basis of their Year 7 RE.

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KS3 RE - Hindu Spiritual Pathways

KS3 RE - Hindu Spiritual Pathways

In this programme, four young Hindus share their understanding of what their religion means to them.

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KS3 RE - Hinduism and Spirituality - A Lesson

KS3 RE - Hinduism and Spirituality - A Lesson

In this programme, RE teacher Laura Morris introduces Hinduism to Year 9 pupils using the resource programme Hindu Spiritual Pathways.

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KS3/4 RE - Art Workshop

KS3/4 RE - Art Workshop

If you're a teacher lacking the confidence to incorporate art into your RE lessons, this programme could be for you.

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KS3/4 RE - Christian Ethics: Attitudes to Other Faiths

KS3/4 RE - Christian Ethics: Attitudes to Other Faiths

Mulberry School for Girls is a large inner-city non-faith school whose intake is largely Bengali Muslim. The GCSE long and short course results in RE are well above the national average.

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KS3/4 RE - Running the Department

KS3/4 RE - Running the Department

Fulfilling the statutory requirement of running a secondary RE department and finding the time and resources to really focus on teaching and learning is a challenge for many schools.

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KS3/4 RE - Science and Religion: Personhood

KS3/4 RE - Science and Religion: Personhood

This programme follows one teacher who manages to bring Science and RE together with compelling results for his students and viewers alike.

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KS3/4 RE - Teaching RE to Muslim Students: Studying Buddhism

KS3/4 RE - Teaching RE to Muslim Students: Studying Buddhism

Find out how an RE teacher approaches the study of Buddhism with a Year 8 class of mainly Muslim pupils.

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KS3/4 RE - Teaching RE to Muslim Students: Studying Islam

KS3/4 RE - Teaching RE to Muslim Students: Studying Islam

Mick Walker, head of RE at Nab Wood School, teaches a lesson exploring Muslim attitudes to issues of peace and conflict.

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KS3/4 RE - Using Science in Religion

KS3/4 RE - Using Science in Religion

How can RE deal with science, or should the two be kept separate? Find out in this fascinating workshop featuring three RE teachers from across the country and led by senior representatives from the Science and Religion in Schools Project.

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KS4 RE - Body Theology: From Conference to Classroom

KS4 RE - Body Theology: From Conference to Classroom

Find out how RE lessons can be designed to help pupils answer questions about the relationship between the physical and the spiritual.

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KS4 RE - Faith and Form - Exploring the Physical Aspects of Religion

KS4 RE - Faith and Form - Exploring the Physical Aspects of Religion

A multi-faith panel answer searching questions from a group of Year 11 students on the relationship between the spiritual and the physical.

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L is for Laws and Rules

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at why humans often make rules, some of them about God, and whether we should keep them using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Labels and captions

RE Ideas - Christmas - Labels and captions of thoughts feelings and objects at Christmas

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Labyrinth

Opening up RE: Easter - A simple image of a Labyrinth

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Large image of Amrit Sanskar

Large image of Amrit Sanskar

Image of members of the Khalsa taking part in Amrit Sanskar. Supports activities in RE Today publication 'Sikh's from the Inspiring RE series.

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Leaf Outline

RE Ideas - Sacred Places - Simple image of leaf outline

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Learn to pray (Christianity)

Learn to pray (Christianity)

Learn to pray is a resource on the Church of England’s website designed for those interested in praying but are unsure about what to do. It explains what prayer is and suggests some ways in which it can happen in a straightforward way.

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Learning about Hindu people - A progression grid

Inspiring RE: Hindus- Learning about Hindu people - A progression grid

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Learning about Hindus (home learning)

A piece of home learning about Hinduism for pupils in KS2 (7-11 year olds)

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Learning about Jesus through Art (home learning)

A piece of home learning about art and stained glass windows for pupils in KS2 (7-11 year olds).

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Learning about the veil, learning from the veil (pp 30 – 31).

Learning about the veil, learning from the veil (pp 30 – 31).

Classroom activity to download: 12 cards, 12 points of view about the veil.

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Learning from the story of Noah in RE PPT

Ways to make the story of the ark and the flood a stimulus for deeper thinking for 5-11s. (pp.16-17)

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Learning from Hindu values

These lesson ideas are designed to help your pupils to think for themselves about what is good and bad, nice and nasty, kind and unkind. The source material for this thoughtful engagement is from Hindu traditions. Too often, pupils learn facts about Hindu dharma (duty) without engaging with the visions, ideals and ways of being good that Hindu traditions offer.

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Learning from Hindu Values: an extended version

Opening up RE: Values - This sequence of lesson ideas, expanded from the book Opening up Values, is designed to help your pupils to think for themselves about what is good and bad, nice and nasty, kind and unkind.

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Learning from Judaism:  making links to Pesach

Learning from Judaism: making links to Pesach

A presentation to support learning from the Jewish festival of Pesach (Passover) for 5-11s in the article by Joyce Mackley on pages 14 - 15.

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Learning from many religions in rural Herefordshire.

An extended version of the article on pages 16 - 17 by Joyce Mackley.

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Learning from nature: image cards

Opening up RE: Community - Images that draw on Buddhist scriptures

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Learning from nature: lessons from Buddhism

Opening up RE: Community - Simple versions of what Buddhist scriptures say.

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Learning from nature: matching

Opening up RE: Community - Words to connect with images

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Learning from nature: taking it further

Opening up RE: Community - Summaries of Buddhist Scripture

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Learning from nature: use your body!

Opening up RE: Community - Acting out cards to understand Buddhist teachings.

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Learning from the goldsmith: prayer in the Sikh tradition.

Learning from the goldsmith: prayer in the Sikh tradition.

Gopinder Kaur and W Owen Cole (REsource volume 26 issue 3, summer 2004).

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Learning Outside the Classroom

Learning Outside the Classroom

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by Marianne Fleming, Our Lady & St Bede RC School.

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Learning Outside the Classroom

Ten tips for learning outside the classroom.

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Learning Outside the Classroom (Planning Guidance)

Good general planning guidance for Learning Outside the Classroom.

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Learning preferences

An extended version of the article by Kate Martin including a much fuller set of data.

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Learning through concepts, growing RE skills

Learning through concepts, growing RE skills

Kath Bagley shares a process of enquiry that has enabled children in Hampshire to grow their RE skills over the last six years.

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Learning to argue about religion and belief

An extended version of the article by Ben Wood and Lat Blaylock on using questions about prayer to develop students’ skills at arguing.

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Leicestershire Sample Long Term Primary Plan

This RE Primary Plan is offered as a sample. Schools should make their own decisions based on their knowledge of pupils and how this learning will compliment and build on other learning in the curriculum.

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Let’s build a Succah Audio

Let’s build a Succah Audio

Exploring a theme: Celebrations - Let’s build a Succah Audio

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Let's all play Monopoly

Inspiring RE: Right and wrong - Temptation scenario

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Let's keep A level theological.

Let's keep A level theological.

Michael Wilcockson is a principal A level examiner, author and head of department at Eton College. He offers a good lesson and an argument to show why RE at A level should be theological, not just philosophical.

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Letter from the Queen

A letter from the Queen to pupils at a school. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people'.

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Life after death: fact or fiction?

Life after death: fact or fiction?

Life after death: fact or fiction (9.06 mins) is a student’s work submitted to You Tube. This is a interesting example of an investigation by a student as a piece of video. If You Tube is not accessible in school, suggest students complete the task outside the classroom if possible.

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Life after death: thinking things through

Life after death: thinking things through

A multi-path narrative for students to use in thinking about their ideas on the topic of life after death.

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Life is a circle

Sheets to support Activity 1 in the section 'What do Hindus believe happens when you die?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Life is a circle: illustration and text boxes

Sheet to support Activity 1 in section 'What do Hindus believe happens when you die?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Illustration, with text boxes.

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Life issues.

A visual learning frame to use with a ‘Foetus’ image to explore sanctity of life issues imaginatively.

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Lion and lamb image

An image used for an exercise on the Lords Prayer in RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 12-13)

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Lisa Kassapian Interview

An extended version of the interview with Lisa Kassapian.

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Listing and labelling - How, why and where do Hindu people worship

Inspiring RE: Hindus- How, why and where do Hindu people worship? Listing and labelling (to support Activity 3 )

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Little children, big questions. Teddy wonders: being puzzled is good in RE

Little children, big questions. Teddy wonders: being puzzled is good in RE

Paul Newbould, who teaches infants in Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, takes the teddy on the class church visit to show that it's OK to be puzzled.

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Little Grey and the Great Mystery

Little Grey and the Great Mystery

The thread of this story is developed as an inquisitive grey squirrel sets out on an adventure to discover an answer to a question about the great mystery from where we all come.

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Local groups funding form

Local groups funding form

Funding form for local groups to obtain their special grant

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Local Groups Newsletter- September 2015

Local Groups Newsletter- September 2015

Local Groups Newsletter- September 2015

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Local RE Groups: five years on?

Local RE Groups: five years on?

Juliet Lyal, NATRE's Local Groups Officer, reflects on the number, distribution and work of the network of NATRE-affiliated local groups of teachers.

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Locations for Harvest time activity

Opening up RE: Thankfulness - Locations for the Harvest time activity

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Looking backwards – looking forwards

Looking backwards – looking forwards

Barbara Wintersgill looks back on her time as one of the key national figures in the world of RE and, in the process, reflects on how RE might develop in the future. (REsource volume 29 issue 2, spring 2007)

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Looking inside different ways people pray at home

RE Ideas - Literacy: Looking inside different ways people pray at home

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Lord prayer

An image used for an exercise on the Lords Prayer in RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 12-13)

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Lord Shiva and the hunter

RE Ideas - God: The story of Lord Shiva and the hunter

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Lord Vishnu appears on earth

RE Ideas - God: The story of Lord Vishnu

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Lord's prayer: Eight page activity booklet

Eight page activity booklet with space for pupils to ask questions about parts of the Lord's prayer. Supports the Inspiring RE: Christians, edited by Fiona Moss and Julia Diamond-Conway, published by RE Today.

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Lords prayer image

Lords prayer spread

An image used for an exercise on the Lords Prayer in RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 12-13)

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Luis and Richard Live in Peru

Luis and Richard Live in Peru

As a ‘project pivot’ which can be used for Literacy, RE, Geography, PHSCE, Environmental Studies and Assemblies this pack is well worth £30. If this is all you have in your budget for new resources, then this is the one to buy.

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M is for Meditation and Prayer

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on meditating, praying and the value of spiritual practices using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Make a Mezuzah box

A photocopiable sheet to enable children to make their very own Mezuzah box. Taken from RE Today publication 'Inspiring RE: Jewish people',

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Make the RE trip better: originality, creativity, inspiration

Make the RE trip better: originality, creativity, inspiration

Ruth Meharg teaches RE at Formby High School. After a residential trip to the Samye Ling Buddhist monastery in Dumfries, her pupils concocted a formula for imaginative RE trips.

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Making a “Bible box”

RE Ideas: Sacred Words - Make a small “Bible box” from thin card. It will help you to learn that the Bible, for Christians, is “one book, many parts”. PDF of Page 19

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Making and keeping promises made before God- Baptism

Exploring a theme: Exploring codes for a living - Making and keeping promises made before God activity on Baptism

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Making and keeping promises made before God- Wedding

Exploring a theme: Exploring codes for a living - Making and keeping promises made before God activity on weddings

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Making hard decisions: a visual learning resource - moral islands

Exploring a theme: Exploring codes for a living - Making hard decisions: a visual learning resource moral islands in colour

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Making hard decisions: a visual learning resource - moral islands

Exploring a theme: Exploring codes for a living - Making hard decisions: a visual learning resource moral islands in black and white

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Making it real: Jesus bags and Guru bags

Making it real: Jesus bags and Guru bags

Caroline Coster of Henlow VC Middle School, Bedfordshire, has got RE's need for touchy feely learning in the bag with her primary classes.

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Making it simple! Thoughts on assessment and progression in RE.

Making it simple! Thoughts on assessment and progression in RE.

Alan Brine (REsource volume 25 issue 1, autumn 2002)

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Making Music (Part 3)

Ten simple suggestions for using music in RE with worksheets for classroom use

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Making music? (Part 1)

A pdf of the article by Joe Davison on pp.20 - 21.

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Making music? (Part 2)

Making music? (Part 2)

A presentation for teachers: ideas for using music in the classroom, including children’s work.

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Making radio in the RE classroom (pp 22 – 23).

Making radio in the RE classroom (pp 22 – 23).

A pdf of the article by Martin Langan.

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Making sure they know about plurality (p.22)

•A copy of the article by Lyndsay Mason

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Making sure they know about plurality PPT

A PowerPoint presentation for schools planning their own collaborative day on respect for all.

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Making the name of God holy: poetry inspired by a line from the Lord's Prayer

Making the name of God holy: poetry inspired by a line from the Lord's Prayer

Using a line from the Lord's Prayer, children explore what it may mean to ask for the name of God to be kept holy. It may change your mind about what 9-year-olds can do in RE.

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Making Time for the Spiritual (pp 14 - 15).

Classroom 4–11. A presentation to accompany the article.

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Maltby RE Assessment after levels

RE assessment after levels p.72 This is a fuller version of the article by Helen Maltby.

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Man gave names to all the animals

Stephen Guyon Bird is an artist who used to be a teacher. He has been creating images from the narrative of the Jewish and Christian scriptures. This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Spring 2018’s REtoday magazine, pp. 92–3.

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Man in the Well Story

Inspiring RE: Hindus- Man in the Well story adapted from Book 11, chapter 5 of the Mahabharata, from a translation by Dermot Killingley

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Marriage and Divorce - Christian perspectives

Marriage and Divorce - Christian perspectives

BBC Bitesize Religious Studies provides a brief overview of Christian perspectives on marriage and divorce. There is a short test activity to consolidate learning.

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Maryam's diary

Maryam's diary

A copy of Maryam's diary in the correct order. From p.18 of Inspiring RE: Muslims.

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Materials used to teach about world religions in schools in England: key findings & recommendations

Materials used to teach about world religions in schools in England: key findings & recommendations

The Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) investigate the materials used in schools to teach about world religions as part of RE.

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May Report on Expert Advisory Group

May Report on Expert Advisory Group

A Summary of the first meeting of the new expert advisory groups (EAG) for RE convened by the REC.

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Meaningful milestones magazine article

RE Ideas: Literacy: Elliot and Sarah share with us important milestones in their life in Judaism

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Meditation template

Meditation template

Draw your own Mandala

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Meeting a Baptist pastor

Exploring a theme: Leaders and Followers - Interview with a Baptist pastor

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Meeting Sally and her Christian Family

Exploring a theme: Religion Around Me - Various images of activities that are really important to Sally

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Meeting young Christian worshippers

Exploring a theme: Worship - Meeting young worshippers - different types of Christians

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Memories Make a Difference – looking at others and ourselves through art and symbols

Memories Make a Difference – looking at others and ourselves through art and symbols

Case Study: development of a compelling learning experience by Alastair Ross, Holmfirth High School.

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Metaphor making

Exploring a theme: Journey of Life and Death - Making up metaphors for death

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Michael Rosen: the poetry of education.

Michael Rosen: the poetry of education.

Well-known poet and broadcaster Michael Rosen has recently 'starred' in 'Why Atheism', a DVD pack for schools from Team Video. In this article he shares his perspective on education.

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Miriams little brother moses

RE Ideas: God - Miriams little brother moses

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Mohandas Gandhi

Mohandas Gandhi

This resource includes stories from the life of Gandhi, lesson ideas, activities for primary pupils.

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Moksha Chitram Board Black and White

Opening up RE: Hinduism - Snakes and Ladders Moksha Chitram Board Black and White

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Moksha Chitram Board Colour

Opening up RE: Hinduism - Snakes and Ladders Moksha Chitram Board Colour

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Money Values - Using story to explore values

Exploring a Theme: Sacred Stories - What matters more than money? Reflecting on values using a traditional story and a story from another culture

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Mool Mantar - ‘There is only One God’ box

RE Ideas: Sacred Words - PDF of Mool Mantar - ‘There is only One God’ box from page 12

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Mool Mantar grid

RE Ideas: Sacred Words - PDF of the Mool Mantar grid from page 13

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Moral Philosophy: a guide to ethical theory

Moral Philosophy: a guide to ethical theory

This textbook, part of the Philosophy in Focus series, provides a good introduction to moral philosophy and ethical theories in an accessible and student-centred way.

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Moral Problems, second edition

Moral Problems, second edition

This new edition of Moral Problems offers the reader the opportunity to explore extracts of major philosophical works in ethical theory. This is achieved through a mix of primary sources, commentary, questions and exercises.

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More about ashrama etc title slide

More about Ashramas and the Five Daily Duties PowerPoint

Inspiring RE: Hindus- More about Ashramas and the Five Daily Duties PowerPoint

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More than 101 Great Ideas: Online resource extract

More than 101 Great Ideas: Online resource extract

An extract from the online resources PDF of the RE Today publication ‘More than 101 Great Ideas’

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Moses basket outline

RE Ideas - God: Simple image of Moses basket outline

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Mosque Cutaway

RE Ideas: Sacred Places - Image of a Mosque

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Mosque Visit in the wake of the Paris Attacks: The story of one Primary school

Mosque Visit in the wake of the Paris Attacks: The story of one Primary school

One primary school's account of a class trip to a Mosque in Birmingham in the wake of the Paris attacks.

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Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa

RE Ideas: Literacy - Mother Teresa presentation

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Mother Teresa a life story

God’s pencil: a life story in 24 pieces (page 18). A PowerPoint presentation and PDF to support this article.

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Mother Teresa a life story

God’s pencil: a life story in 24 pieces (page 18).

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Moving On Up: Using stories from religions to explore beliefs about God

Moving On Up: Using stories from religions to explore beliefs about God

An attractive, practical and user-friendly publication from RE Today Services, aimed at facilitating transition between Key Stages 2 and 3. It uses narratives from six major world religions to explore beliefs about God.

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Mr Men and Little Miss Thoughtful, Mr Foolish and Little Miss Daft

This PowerPoint sequence supports the ideas about getting ten year old's to work with six year old's on the topic of Wisdom from pages 14–16 in RE Today, April 2016.

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Mr Stricken's Nativity Nightmare

Mr Stricken's Nativity Nightmare

A Christmas Unit of Work for Upper Key Stage 2 produced by The RE-searchers (search for "The RE-Searchers" for additional support material).

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Muhammad’s Night Journey and Ascension

This tells the story of Lailat al Miraj in Islam.

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Multi Faith Conference

Multi Faith Conference

Article celebrating the success of a multi faith conference for 160 primary pupils.

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Multiple learning styles

Multiple learning styles

This article describes how Linda Colson, head of RE at Omagh High School, Northern Ireland, refreshed her curriculum for pupils with special needs.

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Music and meaning: interpretation of a variety of forms of religious and spiritual expression

Music and meaning: interpretation of a variety of forms of religious and spiritual expression

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by Claire-Marie Cuthbert, Grangefield School and Technology College.

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Music textile dance art - RE leading on spiritual development

Music textile dance art - RE leading on spiritual development

Vicky Gilbert, of Oldfield Middle School, Uttoxeter, describes how the RE department in her school ran a spectacular RE experience for 30 pupils.

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Music with meaning.

A pdf of the article by Graham Langtree on p.62

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Musical Easter?

Opening up RE: Easter - This presentation is for making connections between music, worship and the Christian stories of Holy Week and Easter, linking to their own experiences.

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Musical spirituality for 11-year-olds.

A pdf of the article by Ruth Houston on p.34.

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Muslim beliefs about death and the afterlife

Muslim beliefs about death and the afterlife

How do Muslims view death? is part of an Islamic guide for non-Muslims who would like to understand Islam, Muslims, and the Qur’an. It is rich in information, references, bibliography, and illustrations. It has been reviewed and edited by many professors and educators.

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Muslim child with Qur'an

Muslim child with Qur'an

A photograph of a young Muslim girl at the Birmingham museum looking at the Qur'an. From p.23 of Inspiring RE Muslims.

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Muslim children reading the Qur'an

Muslim children reading the Qur'an

A photograph of Muslim children reading the Qur'an. From p.23 of Inspiring RE: Muslims.

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Muslim Council of Britain (MCB)

Muslim Council of Britain (MCB)

The Muslim Council of Britain has produced for sale a large box - call it a crate - of resources for primary schools. The Islamic resources packs are designed to facilitate the teaching of Islam to 5 - 11s, alongside the teaching of other world religions.

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Muslim Interview

What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today? Extended version of the interview with Muslim teenager and parent.

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muslim interview

muslim interview

Interview with Mohamed

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Muslim parents and children with Qur'an

Muslim parents and children with Qur'an

A photograph of Muslim parents and children at the Birmingham museum looking at the Qur'an. From p.23 of Inspiring RE: Muslims.

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Muslims and money in Britain today: an enquiry

Muslims and money in Britain today: an enquiry

An enquiry into Muslims and money in Britain today.

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My Buddhist Faith

My Buddhist Faith

Clear text and appropriate illustrations and photographs make this resource on how Pramodya and her family practise their Buddhist faith accessible to lower primary aged children.

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My First Qur'an

My First Qur'an

My First Qur’an provides primary schools with an authentic and sensitive retelling of the stories of the Qur’an written by a Muslim in a style suitable for young children.

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My non-religious life

Peter Tatchell, human rights campaigner, raises a question: How would RE show that every gay child matters?

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My NQT Year in RE

My NQT Year in RE

My NQT year in RE: reflections and observations of the headlights as seen through the eyes of the rabbit by Richard Cooper.

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My RE: a reflection from Humanism

My RE: a reflection from Humanism

Marilyn Mason, education officer for the British Humanist Association from 1998 to February 2006, tells her story of engagement with RE from early years. In the classroom, students can learn about humanism or other non-religious perspectives.

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My Sikh Divali

Bandi Chhor Diwas resources and activities from Exploring a Theme Celebrations.

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My Very First BIG Bible Stories: Baby Jesus

My Very First BIG Bible Stories: Baby Jesus

This is one of a lovely set of big books which all young children will enjoy and which will assist teachers in delivering the Christian elements of the RE curriculum easily. They are well worth investing in for any infant school.

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My will be done: how free are we to decide our life’s pathway?

My will be done: how free are we to decide our life’s pathway?

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by John James and Lesley Prior, The Grey Coat Hospital School.

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My worldview

PDF of p. 30 to support Activity 1 in section: 'What are religions and Worldviews?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Mystery strategy cards

Mystery strategy cards

A set of clue cards that give information about Malala's life journey so far. From p.30-31 of Inspiring RE: Muslims.

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N is for Number

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at numbers in religion, and what they mean using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Naming the progress

A new way of assessing RE in 8 steps - a PDF of pp.42-5 from the magazine.

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Narrative cards for feelings graph

RE Ideas - Christmas: Narrative cards for feelings graph activity

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NATRE #REchatUk Poster

NATRE #REchatUk Poster

This #REchatUK poster is for your staffroom, to help you to get others in your school involved in RE.

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NATRE / REC joint letter to Ofsted

NATRE / REC joint letter to Ofsted

Letter sent by NATRE and the REC to Sir Michael Wilshaw, HMCI on 18 January 2012 regarding Religious Education.

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NATRE Executive Recommends God the guardian Singing Psalm 46

NATRE Executive recommends RE Today Magazine Jan 2017 ‘God the guardian? Singing Psalm 46’

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NATRE Executive Recommends Inspiring RE Living without God

NATRE Executive Recommends Inspiring RE Living without God

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NATRE Executive Recommends Inspiring RE Muslims

NATRE Executive Recommends Inspiring RE Muslims

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NATRE Executive Recommends RE and the Graveyard

NATRE Executive Recommends RE and the Graveyard

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NATRE Executive Recommends RE Ideas Literacy

NATRE Executive Recommends RE Ideas Literacy

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NATRE Executive Recommends RE Ideas Spiritual Development

NATRE Executive Recommends RE Ideas Spiritual Development

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NATRE Members Handbook

This handbook is for new and existing members of NATRE. It contains all the information you may need throughout your membership, from who to contact for advice or course bookings to information about NATRE and how NATRE is run.

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NATRE Membership Terms and Conditions

NATRE Membership Terms and Conditions

Access the NATRE members T & C's here.

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NATRE Primary Survey 2018

Online research conducted by NATRE over six weeks in June/July 2018. Replies were received from 523 individual schools in England, of different types.

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NATRE Primary Survey 2020

Online research conducted by NATRE over six weeks in June/July 2018. Replies were received from 523 individual schools in England, of different types.

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NATRE report on the provision for RE 2018

This analysis of the school workforce data, collected in November 2016 by the DfE shows that the percentage of schools reporting that they are making no provision for RE for 16 year olds has increased from 28% in 2015 to 33.4% in 2016 even though it is a legal requirement for all to do so.

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NATRE response to DfE announcements February 2013

NATRE response to DfE announcements February 2013

NATRE's response to DfE announcements on 7 February 2013 regarding a) Plans to introduce EBCs halted; b) GCSEs to be maintained and reformed; c) Introduction of new performance measure.

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NATRE Secondary Survey 2019

Online research conducted by NATRE over six weeks in May/June 2019. Replies were received from 663 individual schools in England, of different types.

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NATRE's response to exam consultation

NATRE's response to exam consultation

NATRE's response to both the department for Education and OFQUAL consultation

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Nature of God (home learning)

A piece of home learning about the Nature of God in Christianity for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).

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Nehemiah presentation slide 1

Nehemiah, Vision and pupil understanding: presentation

PowerPoint presentation: Building community 'Nehemiah, Vision and pupil understanding' to support article by Gill Tewkesbury in REtoday Summer 2020: 'Without a vision the people perish'

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Never stop asking questions! Article

A article on the Islamic Awareness day for 11-12 year olds by Carol Lymn from page 38.

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Never stop asking questions! PowerPoint

Never stop asking questions! PowerPoint

A PowerPoint on the Islamic Awareness day for 11-12 year olds by Carol Lymn from page 38.

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New beginnings: hope from despair

Opening up RE: Easter - New beginnings: hope from despair

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No ordinary job- RE recruitment campaign article

No ordinary job- RE recruitment campaign article

Colin Hallmark from PR agency 3:Nine talks to Teachwire about the Beyond the Ordinary RE teacher recruitment campaign.

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No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible.

No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible.

Ever find yourself doing all the talking in your RE lessons? Do the students not seem too bothered with the work? Here is a great study on how to engage the students into leading their own learning.

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Noah and the Ark (home learning)

A piece of home learning about the story of Noah and the Ark for pupils in KS1 (5-7 year olds).

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Noah's Big Boat

Noah's Big Boat

A rhythmic retelling of this Old Testament Bible story. It will introduce Noah to young children but will not enable the practitioner to develop meaningful RE in the Foundation Stage.

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Noisy reflection: a Jewish approach

Noisy reflection: a Jewish approach

Reflection can be done in groups, says Clive Lawton, who lectures at the School of Oriental and African Studies. He is a member of the Shap Working Party on World Religions in Education.

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Non-religious story – At the traffic lights

Non-religious story – At the traffic lights

What can we learn from these non-religious stories? A slideshow which supports the activities on pp. 10–15 of RE Today's Inspiring RE: living without God publication. Includes the story 'At the traffic lights'.

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Not only animals but ‘hope’ and ‘new beginnings’

Not only animals but ‘hope’ and ‘new beginnings’

Ways to make the story of the ark and the flood a stimulus for deeper thinking for 5-11s. (pp.16-17)

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O is for Omnis

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on the four big words that describe God’s qualities in philosophy using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Odd One Out Activity

Opening up RE: Belonging - Odd One Out Activity Template

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Ofsted - FOI request from NATRE

Ofsted - FOI request from NATRE

Letter from Ofsted to Ms D Weston, NATRE Executive, in response to her FOI request about RE and the new Ofsted inspection framework.

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Ofsted report 2013 - Religious education: realising the potential

Ofsted report 2013 - Religious education: realising the potential

Ofsted's 2013 'long report' on RE.

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Ofsted: How will they judge you?

In this complete version of the article, all the Ofsted criteria for making judgements about RE are given in full with an introduction by Jane Chipperton of AREIAC.

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On Humanism: Thinking in Action Series

On Humanism: Thinking in Action Series

A short, readable, and authoritative guide to humanism.

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On the one hand

A blank version of the writing structure to support evaluative answers.

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Online Searchable Bible

Online Searchable Bible

The Bible Gateway provides online access to a large number of searchable versions of the Bible in English and other languages. Search can be by key word, topic or passage.

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Only Breath - Rumi

Only Breath - Rumi

'Only Breath' by Rumi (interpretation by Coleman Barks 1995) split into 28 sections for use in a bag of words activity. From p.9 of Examining religion and belief: Muslims.

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Only Breath by Rumi incl. information

Only Breath by Rumi incl. information

'Only Breath' by Rumi (interpretation by Coleman Barks 1995) and information for students. From p.8 of Examining religion and belief: Muslims.

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Opening up RE Overview

Opening up RE: what the series contains

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Orthodox Jewish Life in Jerusalem: presentation

PowerPoint presentation: 'Orthodox Jewish Life in Jerusalem' to support Big Picture article: 'Do Not Photograph' in REtoday Summer 2020.

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Our team model church pp.14-16

PDF of the magazine article

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Our worldviews

PDF of p. 32 to support Activity 6 in section: 'What are religions and Worldviews?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions. 'Letters' from people of three different worldviews.

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Outline drawing of Tryptych

RE Ideas - Sacred Places: Simple Image of Tryptych outline

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Outline drawings of schoolchildren

Outlines of schoolchildren from p. 8, for use with Activity 1 in section: Who am I? Where do I belong? in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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P is for Prophets

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at prophets: what they do, what they say and whether we need new ones today using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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pagan interview

pagan interview

Interview with Cynthia

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Pages 16-17 in b&w drawing

RE Ideas: Sacred Words - PDF of pages 16-17 in b&w drawing

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Pages 16-17 in full colour

RE Ideas: Sacred Words - Why are there different types of writing in the Bible? - Pages 16-17 in full colour

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Parable of the Sheep and the Goats (home learning)

A piece of home learning about the Parable of the Sheep and the Goats as a source of wisdom in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).

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Parables of the kingdom - interpretations

Parables of the Kingdom - interpretations, 2-page sheet to support pages 20-21 of ERB Christians vol. 2

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Pardes approach

Exploring a Theme: Sacred Stories - A worked example by Laurie Rosenberg - The Story of Abraham and Isaac

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Pardes template

Exploring a Theme: Sacred Stories - PaRDeS template with a matrix based on the principles underpinning Pardes.

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Parts of a religion

PDF of p. 31 to support Activities 3 and 4 in section: 'What are religions and Worldviews?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Patchwork thinking game

Board and cards (front and reverse) for Patchwork thinking game: Activity 2 in section 'What if everyone was peaceful?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Patchwork thinking game - teacher instructions

Teacher instructions to support Patchwork thinking game: Activity 2 in section 'What if everyone was peaceful?' in Inspiring RE: Big Questions.

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Pathways of belief - blank grids

Blank versions of the pathways from pp.20-3 from the unit 'Why do some people believe or not believe in God?'

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Pathways of belief grids

All the statements from pp.20-3 to use with the blank grid (provided as a separate resource).

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Peace and Conflict

Peace and Conflict

exploring Global issues of peace and conflict

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Peace Characters

Opening up RE: Values - Peace Characters - Simple Outlines

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Peace in Islam

Opening up RE: Values - Peace in Islam - Praying to Allah

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Peace quotation cards

Activity for older KS2 pupils, as on p. 11 of Inspiring RE: Big Questions. Sheet for pupils with quotes about peace, sheet for teachers with details of quote sources and link to Christianity, Hinduism or Humanism.

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Peace talks

An image used for an exercise on the Lords Prayer in RE Today publication 'Christians' from the 'Inspiring RE' series (Pp. 12-13)

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and learning in secondary schools

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and learning in secondary schools

Unit 20: Classroom Management (2004). Generic guidance.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 11: Active Engagement techniques

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 11: Active Engagement techniques

Considers how to achieve pupil engagement in thinking, drama and writing tasks.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 12: Assessment for Learning

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 12: Assessment for Learning

Shows how when assessment for learning is firmly established in the classroom pupils are actively involved in their learning, able to judge the success of their work, able to set targets for improvement and progression.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 13: Developing Reading

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 13: Developing Reading

Presents the wide variety of skills pupils require to read effectively, including decoding, deduction and inference, methods of consolidating these skills and methods of taking notes.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 14: Developing Writing

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 14: Developing Writing

Argues that good writing is incredibly complex. Pupils must establish what they are writing for, what style to employ, who the reader is and how much to write. Good spelling and grammar are also essential to allow meaning to be clear.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 15: Using ICT

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 15: Using ICT

This unit considers not just the technical expertise to use certain computer programmes, but the capacity to select the appropriate programme for the task in hand.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 16: Leading in Learning

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 16: Leading in Learning

Leading in Learning refers to a systematic programme for teaching the five National Curriculum thinking skills. This unit argues for the importance of teaching thinking skills and the idea that these skills equip pupils for life.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 178 Improving the Climate for Learning

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 178 Improving the Climate for Learning

Focuses on how a positive and supportive classroom climate maximises pupil success. Such a climate is free from bullying, is fun yet orderly, is dynamic and enjoyable and is a space in which all pupils feel safe to try things out.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 17: Developing Effective Learners

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 17: Developing Effective Learners

The aim of this unit is to develop pupils as independent, reflective and collaborative learners. Unit 17: Developing effective learners (2004). Generic guidance.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 19: Learning Styles

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 19: Learning Styles

Unit 19: Learning styles (2004). Generic guidance.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 1: Structuring Learning

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 1: Structuring Learning

Establishes what is required of a successful lesson design, such as clarity of aims and engagement in learners. Unit 1: Structuring learning (2004). Generic guidance.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 2: Teaching Models

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 2: Teaching Models

Establishes that a successful lesson contains discrete learning episodes, employs a variety of pedagogical techniques and contains opportunities for praise and reflection.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 3: Lesson Design for Lower Attainers

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 3: Lesson Design for Lower Attainers

Focuses on effective teaching of pupils who make slow progress. Explores the ways appropriate pedagogies can support these pupils by addressing the skills they lack. Considers emotional/ behavioural as well as academic issues.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 4: Lesson Design for Inclusion

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 4: Lesson Design for Inclusion

Focuses on pupils who run the risk of exclusion in the classroom. Ways of identifying and meeting their specific needs are considered, with the overall aim being their equal chance of success and belonging.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 5: Starters and Plenaries

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 5: Starters and Plenaries

Considers the positive effect interactive starters have on focussed, universal and productive learning into focus. Considers the positive effect of interactive plenaries which consolidate learning, demand reflection and raise learning questions for the next lesson.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 6: Modelling

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 6: Modelling

Explores effective modelling where pupils meet higher standards, are able to work more independently, employ a wide range of skills and thus further consolidate these skills. Unit 6: Modelling (2004). Generic guidance.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 7: Questioning

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 7: Questioning

Establishes that effective questioning helps pupils understand the lesson better as they have to articulate the learning themselves, demands deeper thinking and helps to link prior knowledge. Unit 7: Questioning (2004). Generic guidance.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 8: Explaining

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 8: Explaining

Argues that without effective explaining abstract concept, rules and principles are unlikely to be identified by pupils independently. Unit 8: Explaining (2004). Generic guidance.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 9: Guided Learning

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 9: Guided Learning

This refers to group work, and explores how well-guided group work can enable pupils to collaborate and support each other, work independently, reflect on their progress and use the language of the subject being studied. Unit 9: Guided learning (2004). Generic guidance.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools: Leadership Guide

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools: Leadership Guide

This set of guides is for teachers and school leaders who wish to improve an institution's teaching and learning. The techniques suggested are tried and tested; they draw on both academic research and the experience of practising teachers.

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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools: Unit 10: Group work

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools: Unit 10: Group work

Argues that teachers should use group work so that pupils can develop the skills of collaboration and independence. Group work allows students to learn from each other and arrive at a clear understanding by teaching each other. Unit 10: group work (2004). Generic Guidance

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Peer and self-assessment in RE

Peer and self-assessment in RE

Developing peer and self-assessment in RE (2004).

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Pentecostal Christian way of life

How does being a Pentecostal Christian have an impact on your way of life?

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People of Faith

People of Faith

People of Faith is a collection of video and text based interviews with people from six religions - Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism. They all talk about religious beliefs and its place in their lives.

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Persona Dolls

Opening up RE: Hinduism - Suggestions for using persona dolls and how to link them to RE

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Persona Dolls in RE – PPT

Julia Blower shows how she uses persona dolls in RE at Willliam Law CE Primary School, Peterborough.

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Philosophising about God with eight-year-olds

Philosophising about God with eight-year-olds

Julie Graham and Ajai Zutshi of Ascot Heath CE Junior School have been discussing God with Year 4 children.

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Philosophy and the Study of Religions (Part 1)

In the first part of a two-part article, Professor John Hick considers the role that philosophy can play in the study of religions. The second part will argue that philosophers who wish to engage with religions need to recognise fully the plurality of religious belief and practice.

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Philosophy in RE. Lisa Simpson - icon of our times?

Philosophy in RE. Lisa Simpson - icon of our times?

Tessa Taylor shares imaginative ideas about using The Simpsons for some good learning in RE. Tessa teaches RE at Chaucer Technology School in Canterbury.

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Philosophy of Religion

Philosophy of Religion

An outstanding primer in the philosophy of religion for Advanced level students.

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Photo - Flo reading the poem she wrote at George's baby welcoming

Photo - Flo reading the poem she wrote at George's baby welcoming

Photograph from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God - Flo reading the poem she wrote at George's baby welcoming.

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Photo - Flo's baby welcoming 1

Photo - Flo's baby welcoming 1

Photograph from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God - Flo's baby welcoming 1.

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Photo - Flo's baby welcoming 2

Photo - Flo's baby welcoming 2

Photograph from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God - Flo's baby welcoming 2.

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Photo - George as a baby

Photo - George as a baby

Photograph from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God - George a baby.

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Photo - George now

Photo - George now

Photograph from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God - George now

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Photo - Kerrie and George at George's baby welcoming

Photo - Kerrie and George at George's baby welcoming

Photograph from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God - Kerrie and George at George's baby welcoming.

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Photo - Tim reading at George's baby welcoming

Photo - Tim reading at George's baby welcoming

Photograph from RE Today publication Inspiring RE: Living without God - Tim reading at George's baby welcoming.

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photo shiva

photo shiva

A photograph

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Photo Stories- Celebrating Christmas and Easter

Photo Stories- Celebrating Christmas and Easter

This presentation from RE Today uses original photographs to raise questions and share simple information with 6–8s.

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Photo's of inspirational people

Photo's of inspirational people

An A4 sheet with photos of all four case-study individuals which were used as examples in RE Today publication 'Inspirational People'.

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Photos of the Guru Granth Sahib

RE Ideas: Sacred Words - PDFs of the 6 photos of the Guru Granth Sahib from page 11

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Physical movement within RE – looking at Salah

Physical movement within RE – looking at Salah

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Rebecca Ruddock, South Wirral High School.

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Picture of Alex the vicar

Picture of Alex the vicar

Picture of Alex the Vicar from RE Today publication Inspirational People.

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Picture of Grace

Picture of Grace

Picture of Grace from RE Today publication Inspirational People.

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Picture of Imran

RE Ideas: Celebration: Picture of Imran.

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