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What are the causes of suffering?

What are the causes of suffering?

Case study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Mary Whitworth of Marshalls Park School, London Borough of Havering and supported by Janet Dyson.

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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 Rubbish RE

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

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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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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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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 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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Academies and RE

Academies and RE

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

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Complaints Protocol for Maintained Schools

Complaints Protocol for Maintained Schools

Complaints protocol for maintained schools 2013.

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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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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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Examination Reform 2013

Examination Reform 2013

A presentation outlining exam reform 2013.

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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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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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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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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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Multi Faith Conference

Multi Faith Conference

Article celebrating the success of a multi faith conference for 160 primary pupils.

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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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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 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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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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Progress 8: A case for GCSE RS full course for all?

Progress 8: A case for GCSE RS full course for all?

This article suggests, that in many schools around the country, full course RS for all might be a serious and viable option which is in the best interests of both the pupils and the school as a whole.

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Question of Faith Revelation BBC 2014

Question of Faith Revelation BBC 2014

Classroom activities by RE Today to follow up the Question of Faith programme on Revelation BBC 2014

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Question of Faith Sexuality BBC 2014

Question of Faith Sexuality BBC 2014

Classroom activities developed by RE Today to support the BBC 2 Question of Faith series on Sexuality BBC 2014

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Question of Faith Life after Death BBC 2014

Question of Faith Life after Death BBC 2014

Classroom activities developed by RE Today to support the BBC 2 Question of Faith series on Life after Death BBC 2014

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Question of Faith Suffering BBC 2014

Question of Faith Suffering BBC 2014

Classroom activities developed by RE Today to support the BBC 2 Question of Faith series on Suffering BBC 2014

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Question of Faith Marriage BBC 2014

Question of Faith Marriage BBC 2014

Classroom activities developed by RE Today to support the BBC 2 Question of Faith series on Marriage BBC 2014

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RE and Collective Worship in Academies and Free Schools

RE and Collective Worship in Academies and Free Schools

A Q&A response from the DfE outlining the position with regard to RE and Collective Worship in Academies and Free Schools.

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Religious education guidance in English schools 2010

Religious education guidance in English schools 2010

Non-statutory guidance for RE in English schools, published January 2010. This guidance replaces Circular 1/94 with regard to guidance on RE. Pages 26 - 30 are of particular relevance to schools.

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Research Poster: Giving voice to 'the silent majority'

Research Poster: Giving voice to 'the silent majority'

"Giving voice to ‘the silent minority’: the experience of religious students in secondary school religious education lessons" is a research poster based on research undertaken by Dan Moulin, doctoral researcher at Oxford University Department of Education, in 2011.

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Somebody Else's Shoes

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by Helen Simpson, Plumstead Manor School.

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Summary of REC AGM May 2014

Summary of REC AGM May 2014

The Religious Education of England and Wales held its 2014 Annual General Meeting in the Welsh Government Buildings in Cardiff on May 7th and were addressed by Huw Lewis, Minister for Education in Wales.

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Transforming religious education Ofsted 2010 report

Transforming religious education Ofsted 2010 report

Ofsted's 2010 report on Religious Education based on research in 30 primary and 30 secondary schools over three years.

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Using the 2013 Ofsted report to support RE

Using the 2013 Ofsted report to support RE

Guidance from NATRE on how to use the 2013 Ofsted Report 'religious education: realising the potential' to support RE.

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Voices of faith and belief in schools

Voices of faith and belief in schools

Guidance and a code of conduct.

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Warwick University Research: Materials to teach about world religions in schools in England.

Warwick University Research: Materials to teach about world religions in schools in England.

The final report of Warwick University's research project for the DCSF, published January 2010.

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What Theology and Religious Studies graduates do after they graduate

What Theology and Religious Studies graduates do after they graduate

Those of you promoting the study of Religious Studies at A level or at degree level, may find this document useful.

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Using photography as a conceptual enquiry stimulus

Using photography as a conceptual enquiry stimulus

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by Rebecca Costambeys, Costello Technology College.

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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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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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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 Gift Revisited

A Gift Revisited

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

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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 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 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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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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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 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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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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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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Picturing Creation

Picturing Creation

A 24-page teachers' resource pack with CD-ROM focusing on the Genesis story of creation pictured through seven specially commissioned original works of art.

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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Mohandas Gandhi

Mohandas Gandhi

This resource includes stories from the life of Gandhi, lesson ideas, activities for primary pupils.

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Stormzy: grime and grace PowerPoint

Stormzy: grime and grace PowerPoint illustrating the learning activities with examples of students’ work. This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Autumn 2017’s REtoday magazine.

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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) 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) Written Feedback

Assessment for Learning (2004) Written Feedback

Unit 4.2: Developing written 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) Curriculum Targets

Assessment for Learning (2004) Curriculum Targets

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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 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

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 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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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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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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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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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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Teacher recruitment in RE

A NATRE PowerPoint to show 'Why restoring subject knowledge enhancement grants and balancing bursaries is necessary to recruit sufficient teachers of RE for secondary schools'.

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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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The minister’s nine situations, written for a Catholic priest.

This resource looks at nine problems which could be all in the priest’s in-tray on a Monday morning. This supports pp.20-21 of the RE Today publication 'Christians' within the 'Examining religion and belief series'.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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The Island - Theatre of Learning

The Island - Theatre of Learning

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Gavin Collins, North Leamington Community School and Arts College.

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The Nature of Truth

The Nature of Truth

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Andrew Midwinter, Hardenhuish School.

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The reality of death: some Hindu Ideas

The reality of death: some Hindu Ideas

Lat Blaylock and Rasamandala Das suggest ideas and resources for exploring notions of death and reincarnation within the classroom. Loss and death are often the realities we most seek to avoid.

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The Sacred world – a planet in crisis - this one!

The Sacred world – a planet in crisis - this one!

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Simon Bennett, Tudor Grange School.

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The twilight of atheism

The twilight of atheism

Alister McGrath, Professor of Historical Theology, Oxford University, argues that, as atheism declines, new challenges emerge around the question 'What do we hope?.

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Understanding the Numinous

Understanding the Numinous

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Kevin Norwood, The Hemel Hempstead School.

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Unique Creation

Unique Creation

Case Study: development of a compelling learning experience by Christine Paul, Bishopsgarth Maths & Computing School.

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Using personal photography in the classroom as a compelling conceptual enquiry stimulus

Using personal photography in the classroom as a compelling conceptual enquiry stimulus

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by Rebecca Costambeys, Costello Technology College.

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Video conferencing in RE

Video conferencing in RE

Stephen Pett, Head of RE at Chosen Hill School in Gloucestershire, shares the challenge of using ICT for more effective RE at four rising levels.

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What can we learn about religious beliefs from looking at paintings?

What can we learn about religious beliefs from looking at paintings?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Susan Kembalu, St Thomas More Catholic School, London Borough of Haringey, and supported by Denise Chaplin.

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What does Islam look like in practice? The Five Pillars in Barking.

What does Islam look like in practice? The Five Pillars in Barking.

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Fiona Etienne, Eastbury Comprehensive School, London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, supported by Janet Dyson.

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What does it mean to be a Muslim in Barking?

What does it mean to be a Muslim in Barking?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Farzana Hassan, Barking Abbey School, London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, supported by Janet Dyson.

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What does our local Anglican church reveal about the Christian faith and community?

What does our local Anglican church reveal about the Christian faith and community?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Delyse Leslie of Stoke Newington School, London Borough of Hackney, and supported by Karl D'Cruz.

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What goes wrong with interfaith dialogue and why it's worth fixing.

What goes wrong with interfaith dialogue and why it's worth fixing.

Dr Chris Hewer is the author of Understanding Islam: The First Ten Steps and Principal Consultant on the Understanding Islam distance learning programme in the Understanding Faiths series.

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What is the impact of religion on our community?

What is the impact of religion on our community?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Nathalie Chambers of George Mitchell School, London Borough of Waltham Forest, and supported by Lynne Broadbent.

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What would you like to ask God? Challenging questions: a reflective story for RE.

What would you like to ask God? Challenging questions: a reflective story for RE.

In this article, Lat Blaylock and Alison Phillips provide a guided story script designed to challenge pupils to deep thinking about big questions, and some interesting examples of pupils' spiritual reflection.

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Where is God?

Where is God?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Sarah Heath, Plashet School, London Borough of Newham, supported by Claire Clinton.

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Who is Jesus? What are the key teachings of Jesus for Christians today?

Who is Jesus? What are the key teachings of Jesus for Christians today?

First thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Adele Rood of Seven Kings High School, London Borough of Redbridge, and supported by Claire Clinton.

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Why ethics? Does it make challenging RE?

Why ethics? Does it make challenging RE?

Farmington Fellow Jeanette Wade justifies RE's use of ethics, and shows you how to use Top Trumps for some religiously challenging lessons about heroism and inspiration.

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Work-related learning at key stage 4

Work-related learning at key stage 4

Guidance for Religious Education (2005)

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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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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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That's offensive. Perspectives on reliigious offence in advertising.

That's offensive. Perspectives on reliigious offence in advertising.

Reverend Canon Professor Martyn Percy is Principal of Ripon College, Oxford. He’s not scared of adverts that offend. Good job, because he used to chair the Advertising Standards Agency.

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The Thoughtful Guide to Christianity

The Thoughtful Guide to Christianity

This book, focusing on thinking through issues to do with Christian faith and belief, explores the nature of truth and religion and experience

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The Young Atheist's Handbook

The Young Atheist's Handbook

Shaha has constructed a charmingly readable journey through some of the most enduring philosophical territory, weaving memories and thoughtful anecdotes into a powerful story of hope and truth.

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Think RE 1: Interactive Presentations

Think RE 1: Interactive Presentations

A very professionally presented file, supported by interactive CD-ROMs that will enable challenging and thoughtful KS3 RE to be delivered with additional enhancements

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Who was ...St Francis of Assisi?

Who was ...St Francis of Assisi?

This volume on the life of St Francis is part of the Short Books series of biographies of famous historical figures.

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Why Atheism?

Why Atheism?

A DVD resource designed specifically to introduce students to some of the key issues in humanism and atheism. A stimulating and engaging resource which represents excellent value for money.

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Why do People Suffer?

Why do People Suffer?

This book is a good text to use instead of a textbook, a suitable primary source for religious learning. Ask a bright student to read it and summarise it in a talk to the class.

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Worlds of Faith

Worlds of Faith

A CD-ROM which aims to provide an introduction to six world faiths for 9 - 14 year olds. A disappointing resource which is not recommended, other than as a source of video clips ideal for independent use with an interactive whiteboard.

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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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Reconciliation: The Heart of Peace

Reconciliation: The Heart of Peace

A study-reflection guide based on the Pax Christi Icon of Peace.

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Reflecting on being Buddhist in Britain today

Reflecting on being Buddhist in Britain today

REtoday sub-editor Chris Boxley wanted to get some first-hand authentic reflections on Buddhist life in the UK today.

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Reflective & creative RE with Kar2ouche

Reflective & creative RE with Kar2ouche

How can students be helped to develop the skills of interpretation and analysis in RE? How might they become more confident in presenting their ideas to others? Stephen Pett, hit on the idea of using Kar2ouche.

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Religion and Life: Christianity

Religion and Life: Christianity

This book has been designed to support the teaching of the Edexcel GCSE specification for Religious Studies and allows pupils to reflect and analyse their own perception of Christianity as a world religion reflected through what it is to be a Christian.

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Religious education and pupils from 'mixed faith' famiies

Religious education and pupils from 'mixed faith' famiies

A recent major piece of research has some important implications for those who want to provide a form of RE that is both accurate and sensitive to the needs of today’s children and the communities to which they belong.

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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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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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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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Professor John Hick: A hero to some a villain to others

Professor John Hick: A hero to some a villain to others

Geoff Teece interviewed Professor John Hick for REtoday, exploring what it's like to be a religious hero to some and a villain to others.

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Promoting tolerance and respect for all in RE

Promoting tolerance and respect for all in RE

This article describes a project set up to allow a group of students from different religions to work together to explore each others' religion in more depth.

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QCA Unit of work for Key Stage 3, Year 7

QCA Unit of work for Key Stage 3, Year 7

How can beliefs and values serve as a guide for moral decision making? Part B: Communities

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QCA Unit of work for Key Stage 3, Year 8

QCA Unit of work for Key Stage 3, Year 8

How do people express their spirituality through the creative arts?

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QCA Unit of work for Key Stage 3, Year 9

QCA Unit of work for Key Stage 3, Year 9

How can we answer questions about creation and origins? Learning from religion and science: Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Humanism - Year 9

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Raising boys' achievement through Buddhism

Raising boys' achievement through Buddhism

Isobel Gilchrist (REsource volume 25 Issue 1, Autumn 2002)

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RE and school effectiveness

RE and school effectiveness

Julian Stern (REsource volume 23 Issue 1, Autumn 2000)

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RE in the real world: tell it like it is

RE in the real world: tell it like it is

We asked a selection of readers of REtoday to think about their RE reality at the moment. Here's some wisdom they sent us back.

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Religious Education through Philosophical enquiry: Journeying beyond truth.

Religious Education through Philosophical enquiry: Journeying beyond truth.

Pat Hannam (REsource volume 28 issue 3, summer 2006)

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Resolving Conflict

Resolving Conflict

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by Joanne Fellows, Yewlands Technology College.

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Responses to injustice

Responses to injustice

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Leila Hedges, Moat Community College.

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Role of subject leaders

Role of subject leaders

Securing improvement: the role of subject leaders (2002). Generic guidance.

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Science and Religion in Schools: a guide to the issues for secondary schools

Science and Religion in Schools: a guide to the issues for secondary schools

A very useful resource addressing issues raised by the interface between science and religion across the 11 to 19 age range.

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Science and Religion: Terraforming

Science and Religion: Terraforming

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Paul Hopkins.

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Self and peer assessment: making assessment for learning happen

Self and peer assessment: making assessment for learning happen

Olivia Seymour sums up her experience of sharing the assessment load with pupils themselves.

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Sensory Hindu worship

Sensory Hindu worship

Mandy Green, who teaches RE at a Special School in Peterborough for children with multiple learning difficulties, shares a special RE lesson for all the senses on Hindu worship.

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Seventeen-year-olds: more spiritual than religious, less atheistic than you may have thought.

Seventeen-year-olds: more spiritual than religious, less atheistic than you may have thought.

Lat Blaylock (REsource volume 28 issue 1, autumn 2005)

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So now you're starting at the big school!

So now you're starting at the big school!

Julie Grove challenges the secondary RE teacher to dump the 'Cook's Tour of Religions' and start well: how about some philosophy and some group work on images of the divine.

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Spirited Arts

Spirited Arts

This book is packed with ideas on how to use art as a resource in the classroom. It includes eight coloured picture cards from the 'Art in Heaven' competition, drawing on artwork created by pupils from a wide variety of ages and backgrounds, and also other more well-known works of art.

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Spirituality and Sport

Spirituality and Sport

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Angus Dawson, The Royal Manor Arts College.

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Spirituality and the Creative Arts

Spirituality and the Creative Arts

Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by Liz Pope, Highworth Grammar School for Girls.

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Storytelling to children: 10 tips

Storytelling to children: 10 tips

Lat Blaylock editor of REtoday magazine, sets out ten tips to make stories really work to engage and provoke pupils in RE.

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Task setting in religious education at key stage 3 (11 - 14s): A response to Barbara Wintersgill

Task setting in religious education at key stage 3 (11 - 14s): A response to Barbara Wintersgill

A response to Barbara Wintersgill (REsource volume 23 issue 2, spring 2001)

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Task-setting in religious education at key stage 3: A comparison with History and English

Task-setting in religious education at key stage 3: A comparison with History and English

Barbara Wintersgill HMI (REsource volume 22 issue 3, summer 2000)

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Teaching Islam in the 21st century

Teaching Islam in the 21st century

Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Susan Wilson, Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School.

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Teaching RE to gifted, talented and exceptionally able pupils.

Teaching RE to gifted, talented and exceptionally able pupils.

Lat Blaylock (REsource volume 23 issue 3, summer 2001)

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Ten ways to grow the reflective dimensions of your RE

Here are ten simple, flexible ideas for building more reflection into some popular RE topics for 5–14 year olds.

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The A Club: The Blogs of Abi Goodenough

The A Club: The Blogs of Abi Goodenough

It could find a place in the fiction section of a school library but is more likely to be popular with parents concerned about some of the potentially unhelpful influences present in the books their teenagers are reading.

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The Bible: The Big Story

The Bible: The Big Story

This is a very welcome addition to textbooks on the Bible and presents the material with a clear, engaging and open approach.

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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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 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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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 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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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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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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HMI Annual Report

HMI Annual Report

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

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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 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 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 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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ICT across the curriculum

ICT across the curriculum

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

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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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 - 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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The Teaching Challenge - Michaela Strachan

The Teaching Challenge - Michaela Strachan

Wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan draws on personal experience as she teaches an RE lesson at an inner city school on the rights and wrongs of hunting.

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Science Fiction? Religious Fact?: How do we know what is true?

Science Fiction? Religious Fact?: How do we know what is true?

This study shows how a Year 9 class were able to explore the philosophical, scientific and theological concepts of truth through a range of activities which linked not only to RE, but also English and science.

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What does it mean to be ... in 2008?

What does it mean to be ... in 2008?

Case Study: first thoughts on a pilot project funded by the TDA to develop good assessment practice. Completed by Cory Cambridge, Woodbridge High School, London Borough of Redbridge, supported by Claire Clinton.

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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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RE Assessing Pupils' Progress Assessment Guidelines

RE Assessing Pupils' Progress Assessment Guidelines

Using three assessment focuses to explore and explain achievement in RE

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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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The Quality Mark in RE: overcoming problems

The Quality Mark in RE: overcoming problems

Two case studies of two schools who had undertaken the RE Quality Mark (REQM).

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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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RE: The Truth Unmasked

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on RE published a report, RE: The Truth Unmasked, in March 2013. The focus of the report was the supply of and support for teachers of RE. It made recommendations about how the staffing of RE could be improved.

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RE and Good Community Relations

RE and Good Community Relations

The All Party Parliamentary Group on RE has published a summary report following a five month inquiry into the contribution of RE to good community relations.

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Using multiple choice questions in the classroom

Using multiple choice questions in the classroom

How multiple choice questions can aid knowledge retention and help teachers diagnose pupils’ understanding.

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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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The Values Game

This download resource for Summer 2015 from REtoday supports the article “The Values Game” on pp.38–39 of the magazine.

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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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Interfaith Dialogue Conversations

Interfaith Dialogue Conversations

Interfaith dialogue interviews produced by RE Today.

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Sikh way of life

Manni Kaur’s story.

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What does it mean to be a Christian, Humanist or Muslim in Britain today?

What does it mean to be a Christian, Humanist or Muslim in Britain today?

Activity from RE Today secondary curriculum book 'Questions: Identity and Diversity'

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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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Seva on the streets of Northampton

Seva on the streets of Northampton

This resource from RE Today supports the article about Sikhs serving langar, free kitchen food, on the streets in Northampton featured in these 2 popular RE Today publication. Thanks to Harkirat Singh for his help with the article.

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REC Youth Debate 2016

A report from the inaugural RE Youth Debate 2016

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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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The UK Sikh Survey

The UK Sikh Survey 2016 is the largest and most comprehensive specific study to date of the views of Sikhs in the UK. It has been developed and managed by the Sikh Network and was devised to fill the gap, as there was a particular need for better statistical evidence on a range of issues that concern the British Sikh community.

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Truth and how to look for it

Four different ways of looking at the truth with your students.

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School workforce survey 2015 report

School workforce survey 2015 report

Our students deserve to be taught Religious Education by those with sufficient training and expertise in the subject. A report from NATRE in response to the publication of the school workforce data for 2015.

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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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Was Jesus God on earth? pp15-18

Was Jesus God on earth? pp15-18

Activities from secondary curriculum Questions: Christians Was Jesus God on earth? pp 12-18 • The eight statements about Jesus for Activity 3 (p15) • The eight-point ranking scale sheet (p.16) • The writing frame from p18 for use in Activity 4

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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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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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What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?

What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?

This set of lesson ideas uses original material from young British Muslims to enable any student in the 11–14 age range to understand the practice of the faith and to open up the possibility of learning from Islam.

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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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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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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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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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What is real? How can you tell?

What is real? How can you tell?

A resource to get your pupils thinking and discussing... Here are some wise quotations to make you think about what is real. Which one do you think is the wisest? Is looking for the truth like being in a maze?

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Teaching Sunni and Shi'a Islam

Teaching Sunni and Shi'a Islam

A good starting point if you are looking to teach a lesson on Sunni and Shi'a Islam. Includes a useful classroom activity.

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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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The spirit of the city PowerPoint

This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Autumn 2017’s REtoday magazine looking at an RE visit to Jerusalem (or the sacred place down your street).

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The spirit of the city

An article form REtoday 35 1 (pp. 28–29). Three photos to sum up an RE visit to Jerusalem (or the sacred place down your street).

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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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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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Stormzy: grime and grace article

South London grime artist Stormzy has a debut album called Gang Signs & Prayer. It was the first grime album in history to reach number 1. This is an edited version of Miranda Sawyer’s Guardian article about her interview with him, and explores his beliefs and spirituality.

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Charity and generosity in Judaism

Charity and generosity in Judaism

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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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What scholars say about jihad - full transcript

What scholars say about jihad - full transcript

In March 2017, a panel discussion was hosted by the Al-Khoei Foundation. This is the full transcript. From pp.14-15 of Examining religion and belief: Muslims.

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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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A guide to Hajj

A guide to Hajj

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

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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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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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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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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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Votes for schools; religious discrimination

Votes for schools; religious discrimination

Votes for schools are an organisation run by teachers that provide resources for the primary and secondary classroom. Here is a taster of their resources on 'Religious discrimination Secondary school'

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State of the nation report

State of the nation report

A report on Religious Education provision within secondary schools in England by NATRE and the REC

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What does it mean to be spiritual but not religious?

This unit focuses on what people mean when they describe themselves as SBNR, and the views of religion and spirituality underpinning this definition.

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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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Teaching abortion or termination in RE – how to teach better

Two good strategies to make pupils think more deeply about abortion and the moral and spiritual dilemmas it raises for Christians.

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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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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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What can we learn from different presentations of the Christmas stories? HANDOUT

Teachers notes and to support the PPT to be used with the article for 9-11s in ‘RE Ideas: Christmas’. The approach uses a work of art by Antonia Rolls and sets up a range of thoughtful and creative activities for pupils to respond

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

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

An expanded and illustrated version of the article with classroom.

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Ramadan: how does it feel to the young British Muslim (pp18 – 19).

Ramadan: how does it feel to the young British Muslim (pp18 – 19).

A pdf of the article and quotations.

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Ramadan: how does it feel to the young British Muslim (pp18 – 19) (Part 2).

REtoday magazine: Autumn 2007 - Classroom activities on how Ramadan feels to the young British Muslim

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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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Resounding inspiration: music and religion.

A pdf of the article by Jeremy Begbie from page 4 in which he reflects on the role of music in our lives.

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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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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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Learning Outside the Classroom

Ten tips for learning outside the classroom.

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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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Too punk to pray?

Too punk to pray?

Sufi Punk, art photographer and Muslim, will rock your pupils’ perceptions of prayer and the spiritual life through this simple, powerful presentation.

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Spirited Poetry (p. 16).

Texts and scans of the 21 winning poems from the NATRE Spirited Poetry competition of December 2008. Read and marvel, then get your pupils writing well.

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Where, when and how do Hindus pray?

Page 7 of the RE Today publication. An article on Hindu prayer.

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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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 Cool on the Catwalk (p. 35).

Cool on the Catwalk (p. 35).

A presentation to accompany the article.

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Taking time over Assessment (pp 44–45).

This extended version of Emma Senior’s article on levels 4 and 5, with examples from Buddhism, provides for teachers to think carefully about the progression of 11 – 13 year olds from description to explanation.

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Taking Time over Assessment (pp.44-45)

Taking Time over Assessment (pp.44-45)

Examples of pupils’ work.

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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? 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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Why RE?

A worksheet for 11 – 14s to rank 15 reasons for taking an hour a week to learn from religion (page 26).

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Why RE? Presentation

Why RE? Presentation

A presentation for students to enter their agreement or disagreement with the 15 reasons.

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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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Tuning in to RE.

A pdf of the article by Bill Gent on page 6

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The sound of spirituality.

A pdf of the article by Alison Brown on pp.16 - 17.

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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 Music (Part 3)

Ten simple suggestions for using music in RE with worksheets for classroom use

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The power of music in Hindu tradition.

A pdf supporting the article by Sandy Bharat about the music she loves in Hindu life. on pp 22–23.

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Teachers getting musical in the RE class.

An extended version of the article on pp26 - 27.

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The music of life.

The music of life.

A presentation of the story on page 32 with ideas for classroom use.

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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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Musical spirituality for 11-year-olds.

A pdf of the article by Ruth Houston on p.34.

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An assembly for peace.

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

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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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The fascination of spiritual music.

A pdf of the article by Andrew Lucas on p.40

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Music with meaning.

A pdf of the article by Graham Langtree on p.62

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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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Weapons of mass destruction.

A pdf of the article on pages 28-29 by Anna Liddle.

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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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Spirited Poetry

Spirited Poetry

A presentation of year 9 entries to the competition from Cardinal Hume School, Gateshead supporting the article on pages 28 - 29.

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Teaching respect: approaching issues of gay sexuality.

A copy of the article by Christine Paul on pages 30-31.

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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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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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What is the well-dressed patriarch choosing this season?

What is the well-dressed patriarch choosing this season?

A presentation using the exhibition ‘Empty Hanger’ to explore the story of temptation from Genesis 3 and encourage fashion design and RE to link up.

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Teachers enable children to grow -extended version

An extended version of the article by Gervase Phinn on pp.4-5

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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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British and Muslim (p26)

British and Muslim (p26)

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

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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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Why Richard Dawkins is the best argument for the existence of God p4

A printable copy of the article by Russell Brand for use in class with 14-19s

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What’s worth knowing in Judaism (p.46)

What’s worth knowing in Judaism (p.46)

This article by Sue Schraer will challenge your understanding of what to teach about Judaism.

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The meaning of life: interview with Professor Keith Ward

a pdf of the interview with an activity sheet (writing framework) for some learning and thinking skills with 14-19 year olds

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Spirited Poetry (Classroom 5-16) article

a pdf of the article by Dave Francis from (pp.20–21)

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Spirited Poetry (Classroom 5-16) - 50 highly commended poems from the competition

50 highly commended poems from the competition

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How do you teach your own beliefs?

More responses from Twitter and Facebook

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Reflection diaries

a PDF of the article on pp.28-9 by Rosie Bradberry on encouraging deep thinking in RE with 11-16s

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Who am I becoming?

a PDF of the article by Ellie Ellis on pp.30-1

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Six Regional Day Conferences for teachers of RE in training 2017-2018

Six Regional Day Conferences for teachers of RE in training 2017-2018

NATRE is grateful to The Jerusalem Trust and the St Luke’s Foundation for their support in running six regional day conferences for teachers of RE in training 2017-2018.

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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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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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Science and Belief winners

The winning entries. (p.28).

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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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Reading with Terry Waite

Many teachers of RE will recall Terry Waite’s long captivity as a hostage in Lebanon in the 1990s. In this PowerPoint, he looks back at the experience for the benefit of your GCSE pupils.

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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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What does it mean to be a spiritual person?

This presentation supports the unit on 'What does it mean to be a spiritual person?' pp.10-15.

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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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TEACH:RE Secondary Powerpoint

TEACH:RE Secondary Powerpoint

A short introduction for teachers of RE in Secondary schools.

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Planned improvement in RE

This article showcases a project to make RE better in Exeter schools, and the fabulous work it generated in Exeter Cathedral at Easter 2014.

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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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Tackling problems of prejudice

An interview with campaigning activist Peter Tatchell. Readymade lessons for 14–19s on homophobia, equal love and gay marriage, including two interviews and a PowerPoint for teachers to use.

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The langar on the street pp.32-33

PDF of the magazine article.

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The Values Game

PDF of the magazine article (pp.38-39)

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Evil for real: the Charlie Hebdo Murders

A pdf document to support this article.

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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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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 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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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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Space for the spiritual

What can we learn from visiting a place of worship? Katherine France offers some tried and tested approaches to deeper learning from a visit to a place of worship, backed up with examples of her pupils’ work that will stimulate your learners as well.

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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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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: 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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Why might religious believers want to attract others to their faith?

Essential RE: Freedom. Classroom activity linked to this RE Today publication. Set of reasons for pupils to put in order of importance.

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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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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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Blank front cover

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

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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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An extended version of Augustine’s diary entry

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

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Summary of theodicies

Summary of theodicies from the unit 'How effective are solutions to the philosophical problem of evil?' on pp.24-29.

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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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Blank front cover

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

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What does the Bible say about the Holy Spirit?

PDFs of the information pages on the Holy Spirit (pp.20-1).

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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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Blank front cover

A blank 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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Extended interviews with people of faith

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

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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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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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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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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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Two paths to truth

Article by Brian Cox, pp. 6-7 of RE Today magazine spring 2018. Professor Brian Cox has called for believers and non-believing scientists to acknowledge each other’s contributions to human beings’ search for meaning, and to avoid ‘toxic’ dismissals of different worldviews.

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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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What is religion?

What is religion?

This PowerPoint sequence supports ideas from Spring 2018’s REtoday magazine, pp. 32–3. Start your pupils off on the next slide. It provides practical lesson ideas what religion is all about and provides an opportunity for critical thinking with 11–16s.

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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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Front cover

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

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Three worldviews on being human

An extended version of the information on p.7, including a Christian, Hindu and Atheist view on being human.

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Reciprocal reading strategy

Extended instructions for the reciprocal reading strategy on p.8.

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Religion as human transformation Geoff Teece

In this article, Geoff Teece makes out a cogent case for presenting each of the religious traditions as an interpretation of faulty human existence together with a route to transformation.

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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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Alter outline

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

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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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Front cover

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

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What is the Christian hope for life after death?

Activities for students relating to Christian ideas about life after death.

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Six reasoned beliefs about the afterlife

Learning activities.

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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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A Christian responds to Rudolph Bultmann

A Christian response to Bultmann's theories and philosophy.

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Ways of looking at the truth

Simple images from p.20 with blank speech bubbles to be filled out by students.

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Epic of Atrahasis play script

Play script for the Epic of Atrahasis.

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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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A Buddhist talks about happiness

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

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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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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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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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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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Triads framework

Responses to Suffering: similarities and differences

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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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Hinduism - empathy game

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

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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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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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Goddess Durga

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

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Devi Mahatmya hymn

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

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Shiva Parvati image

A copy of the Shiva and Parvati image from Bristol Hindu temple.

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Activity 4 answers

Activity 4 answers

How does being a Hindu affect life in India?

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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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Lisa Kassapian Interview

An extended version of the interview with Lisa Kassapian.

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Spiral activity template

A blank template of p.10 for activity 2 on p.8.

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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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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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On the one hand

A blank version of the writing structure to support evaluative answers.

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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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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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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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Target Board

A target board to support students in thinking about responses to the question ‘Who am I?’ (p.13).

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The future of Christianity

John Hull’s article for class discussion A copy of the analysis sheet on (p.4).

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The future of Christianity activity

Analyse the article by John Hull and fill in the grid.

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Bible card game

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

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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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'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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What gap year would Jesus take?

Jennifer and Elanor’s accounts of their gap years (pp.26-31).

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The Myth of Sisyphus

The Myth of Sisyphus retold by Lat Blaylock.

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sisyphus

sisyphus

Storyboard

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Searching for meaning purpose and truth

Emma Bennett’s artwork (Coloured image)

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Searching for meaning purpose and truth black and white

Emma Bennett’s artwork (Black and White image)

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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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Thai Buddha

A copy of the Buddha image from the inside back cover for use in the classroom

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Trading values game

Trading Values board game (pp.6-8) Inc. the cards, board and rules for playing.

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Reverend Val’s diary

A week in the life of a Christian minister. Activities to explore the place and purpose of prayer for Christians.

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Voices on values and beliefs

Extended versions of the materials on p.11. Activity based on personal views

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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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Cover image

Cover image for Values and Commitments

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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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Art for display

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

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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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Interview

Interview with Sikh artist, Sewa Singh Khalsa.

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We are the shoes

In support of Activity 2 Thinking, feeling, sensing (p. 20) of Questions: Jewish People, from RE Today Services 2011.

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Comment decoder

Comment decoder

For Students use

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can of worms

can of worms

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discussion activity

discussion activity

A Serious of quotes

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photo shiva

photo shiva

A photograph

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Using Yell.com to investigate religious diversity

Using Yell.com to investigate religious diversity

This document explains how the Yell directory may be used as a tool for investigating places of worship and religious organisations, in order to stimulate reflection on the nature and range of religious diversity within a locality.

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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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writing frame 1: Muslim beliefs about God

writing frame 1: Muslim beliefs about God

Writing a report about Muslim beliefs

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writing frame 2 :Muslim beliefs about God

writing frame 2 :Muslim beliefs about God

Writing a report about Muslim beliefs

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bahai couple

bahai couple

Interview with May and Hooshmand

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muslim interview

muslim interview

Interview with Mohamed

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pagan interview

pagan interview

Interview with Cynthia

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Sikh Interview

Sikh Interview

Interview with Gurdev

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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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religious margin

religious margin

Druidry, Jehovah's Witnesses and the Baha'i faith

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Against Racism

Against Racism

Expanded version of article in Inclusive RE pages 26-27

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Slicing the RE cake

Slicing the RE cake

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Front cover

Front cover

Front Cover for spiritual RE

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Creative Poetry

Creative Poetry

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Creative Places

Creative Places

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Peace and Conflict

Peace and Conflict

exploring Global issues of peace and conflict

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Meditation template

Meditation template

Draw your own Mandala

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Why is there evil?

Why is there evil?

Some perspectives from religion and belief

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Dance

Dance

Showing a religious view point via movement

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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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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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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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Teaching about Buddhism some points to bear in mind

Teaching about Buddhism some points to bear in mind

The full version of Professor Denise Cush’s Buddhism article from Professional REflection.

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RE:Challenging prejudice with knowledge

Teachers can use this with pupils aged 11–16. This presentation uses a quiz about British Islam today. Teachers can use this to get pupils to try out the quiz, and to give answers.

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Senior leaders and governors: a guide to fasting

Senior leaders and governors: a guide to fasting

In some schools, children (especially Year 6 and older pupils) will want to fast during the month of Ramadan. If this is the case in your school, you may want to consider the following points

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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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An extended interview with Hannah Hart

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

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What’s faith got to do with world issues?

This lesson features an interview with Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, and the current Chair of the international development charity Christian Aid.

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What kind of charity is Christian Aid?

This lesson considers Christian Aid’s foundations as a Christian charity, with reference to biblical teachings. It explores the practical work Christian Aid undertakes to tackle poverty, drawing attention to the wide range of projects which Christian Aid supports through partner organisations in countries worldwide. It also encourages students to think about the current global pressures of climate change, poverty, food insecurity, plus the impacts of conflict and natural disasters.

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What is the point of modern Christian mission?

This lesson explores the history of Christian mission, and different definitions of that word today. It considers the extent to which Christian Aid, a charity that expressly does not proselytize, might be said to engage in modern Christian mission.

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What is evil? Is there a solution to suffering?

This lesson explores the problems of evil and suffering in a Christian context. Students are encouraged to consider different forms of evil and to debate whether suffering is gendered. They will learn about theodicy and the different ideas of early Christians, before considering a theodicy to justify evil and suffering in the modern world.

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What is church?

This lesson presents different interpretations of the word ‘church’, exploring whether it relates more to buildings or to people. It considers the worldwide church, and Christian Aid’s place within that.

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Salvation - spiritual or practical?

This lesson explores a central belief of Christianity: that humans are sinful and that they can be ‘saved’. It looks at different Christian teachings about salvation: through faith (Paul) and through deeds/ action (James). It teaches that Jesus called for radical change, and examines some Bible passages where that is communicated, before explaining how Christian Aid puts faith into action through its work on climate change and gender justice.

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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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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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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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Why SACREs should pay careful attention to school workforce census

Why SACREs should pay careful attention to school workforce census

In response to our State of the Nation report in September 2017, the DfE has taken some small steps to improve schools’ accountability for their Religious Education. This documents provides more details. Published: June 2018

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Why schools should pay careful attention to the school workforce census.

Why schools should pay careful attention to the school workforce census.

In response to our State of the Nation report in September 2017, the DfE has taken some small steps to improve schools’ accountability for their Religious Education. In May 2018, the detail of what schools including academies must publish online was amended slightly to ensure there was absolutely clarity that Religious Education must be included in the published curriculum.

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Using art when delivering Secondary RE

Using art when delivering Secondary RE

This presentation showcases some superb RE work from a previous NATRE Spirited Arts’ competition.

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Question mark outline

Question mark outline

Question mark outline to support p. 13 of REtoday autumn 2018

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Questions from 9-11s

Questions from 9–11s in the Diocese of Leicester for Archbishop Justin Welby.

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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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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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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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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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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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Texts of 'The Seven of Consolation'

Extracts from ‘The Seven of Consolation’ from Isaiah. To apply to the microcalligraphy image by Ellen Miller-Braun. From Pp.90-91 REtoday Autumn 2018

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GCSE promo posters

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

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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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Support for subject leaders in writing reports on the exam performance

This analysis of data gathered in a one-week survey of secondary teachers was conducted in order to support subject leaders in writing reports on the examination performance in the autumn term 2018.

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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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Toolkit for Teachers of RE

RE and good community relations: What can RE learn from social psychology? A Toolkit for Teachers of RE

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Who should have been the successor to Prophet Muhammad - Lesson Notes

Lesson notes to support power point exploring the differences and similarities between Sunni and Shia Muslims.

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Who should have been the successor to Prophet Muhammad - Sorting cards

Sorting cards to support power point exploring the differences and similarities between Sunni and Shia Muslims.

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Who should have been the successor to Prophet Muhammad - power point

A power point exploring the differences and similarities between Sunni and Shia Muslims, sorting cards and lesson notes included.

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Sample: Guidance: dealing with withdrawal from RE

FREE sample pages: This guide, produced by NATRE, clarifies the law and offers suggestions for dealing with specific withdrawal scenarios. Like what you see give us your email by clciking the link at the end of the document and we will send to you. NATRE members - no need to sign up just login and download the complete resource.

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Religion and belief

Religion and belief

In this article from Governing matters, John Hall outlines reasons why it’s time to rethink religious education.

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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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Was Jesus God on earth? If he was, then so what?

Was Jesus God on earth? If he was, then so what?

In these pages, two activities are provided to enable students in the 11–14 age range to think for themselves about the significance of Jesus for Christians and for others. From RE Today 'Christians' publication from the Questions series.

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SHAP Jubilee Award

Shap is seeking up to 3 teachers (aged under 35), ideally one each from the primary, secondary and special sectors, to award with the accolade ‘RE teacher of the future’. We are seeking nominees- you can nominate yourself – to receive an award of £500 for yourself and £250 for your school to spend as you wish, but ideally on further RE development and innovation.

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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 timeline-sorting activity for use by students

The rise of Western atheism: a timeline

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THE Big Picture - can you see Jesus in other people?

Theresa Borg works in a school with a Christian character, and describes here her use of the work of art Je Cherche Ton Visage to explore a spiritual idea from Christianity – that Jesus can be seen in others.

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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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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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The importance of sewa

Here are some of the key ideas about service based on words from the Sikh holy book – the living Guru – the Guru Granth Sahib. They talk about the importance of sewa, or selfless service.

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True or false? Making sense of Sikh teachings about how to live

Take the statements on this page and match them to the extracts on p. 10. Decide which statements are true and which are false, according to Sikh teachings. Explain why.

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Inference square

Inference square

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Examining All That I Am

Examining ‘All That I Am’: timeline activity

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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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British Sikh roots

Timeline - British Sikh roots

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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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Teaching about Sikhism: Points to bear in mind

Most of us teach about religious traditions with a degree of trepidation: there is so much to reveal and yet so many pitfalls, real or imagined. So, we have decided to ask experts across the range of religious traditions to give us advice on 'what to bear in mind' in our teaching. And who better to ask about Sikhism that Eleanor Nesbitt?

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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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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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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: Expressing - blank cover

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

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The good life

This presentation enables learners in RE to explore what TV adverts tell viewers will make them happy, and whether this is true or false.

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Where, when and how do Christians pray?

Page 6 of the RE Today publication. An article on Christian prayer.

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Unravelling quotations

Page 33 of this RE Today publication. Extension activities to help students get to grips with learning those essential quotations for examination success.

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Weapons of mass destruction powerpoint

Weapons of mass destruction powerpoint

A presentation for 14-16s. CND offers education about peace and education for peace.

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Where, when and how do Muslims pray?

Page 8 of the RE Today publication. An article on Muslim prayer.

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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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Front cover

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

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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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What do we do when unhappiness comes?

What do we do when unhappiness comes?

A retelling of the story of Job, with artwork by Si Smith (pp. 18-23).

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What does 'God' mean?

What does 'God' mean?

PowerPoint to support unit on pages 4-9, 'What does 'God mean? What is God like?'.

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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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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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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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York Minster

York Minster

PowerPoint presentations showing the architecture and decorative interiors of York Minster cathedral.

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Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral

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

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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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Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral

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

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SMSCD via displays PowerPoint

A good model for learning outside the classroom anywhere. From REtoday Autumn 2012 'Spirituality in the classroom (p.46)'

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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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Who am I becoming? PPT

a PDF of the article by Ellie Ellis on pp.30-1

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Essential RE: Origins & Destiny - front cover

Front cover image of this RE Today title.

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Religion in Britain Today - PPT

This PowerPoint 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.

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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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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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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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Two stories about prayer PPT

In a group choose one of the stories and make a small picture book out of the story – plan four or five simple images.

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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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Learning preferences

An extended version of the article by Kate Martin including a much fuller set of data.

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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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Muhammad’s Night Journey and Ascension

This tells the story of Lailat al Miraj in Islam.

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The Sunni-Shi'a divide - sources of authority

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - The Sunni and Shi'a divide information worksheet.

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United Planet with Twin Moons - Razwan Ul-Haq

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol.2 -An image of United Planet with Twin Moons - Razwan Ul-Haq

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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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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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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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Scholarly Views: Classroom Activities

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims V.2 - Four classroom activities to engage and excite your pupils

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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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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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The imam’s in-tray worksheet activity

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - The imam’s in-tray worksheet activity

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Traditional and Western scholarship on the Qur’an

Examining Religion and Belief: Muslims Vol. 2 - How is the meaning of the Qur’an understood? Over its history, different people have interpreted the Qur’an in different ways. Leading educators look at some of the main developments (extended version)

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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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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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The big picture of St Francis and the wolf

From REtoday summer 2019 'Religion and animals'. PDF version of the image

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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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Religion and AI

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

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What is human

Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson A: What is human word grid)

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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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Would utilising time travel conflict with God’s will?

Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson B: Would utilising time travel conflict with God’s will? Information sheet)

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Word association

Supporting lessons for article in REtoday summer 2019 'Animal, vegetables and minerals'. (Lesson starter)

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Time travel and sin

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

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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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The big picture of St Francis and the wolf PPT

PowerPoint to support the article in REtoday summer 2019 'Religion and animals'.

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Ten short films from BBC for RE: A day in the life…

A dcoumnet to signpost you to some great films produced by the BBC for RE.

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Science and Belief – The Big Issues

Science and Belief – The Big Issues

Professor Russell Stannard, Emeritus Professor of Physics at the Open University and licensed lay minister in the Church of England, explores the issues in science and religion in a series of specially filmed videos.

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Visual learning from Hajj

A classroom resource from RE Today. Looking at a persons journey from Manchester to Makkah to complete the Muslim Hajj, the pilgrimage that makes the fifth pillar of Islam.

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What is belief?

Five simplified writing frames to enable pupils to access the work on beliefs, to complement the copiable sheets in the book (pages 3, 4, 17, 21 & 24).

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The purpose of life

Is the purpose of life found in our work, our minds, our heart? The story of Sisyphus.

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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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If the Buddha came to Surrey

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

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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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Aung San Suu Kyi’s dilemma

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

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Sisyphus cartoon

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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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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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Angels

Who believes in angels? Expressing meaning through images.

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Disentangling Buddhist and Christian ideas

Classroom activity: identify Christian and Buddhist statements.

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The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis

This PowerPoint explore 'Temptation: a universal phenomenon? Still relevant today? What might drag your students to hell? '

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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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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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Thinking hats

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Kali

The female goddess Kali in Hindu traditions.

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Artwork - beliefs about God

Four images that illustrate different beliefs about God.

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Understanding spirituality

What does ‘spiritual’ mean?

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Spirituality Insight Game

This game is designed to enable children to be clear about their own spirituality, and to relate to the spirituality of other people.

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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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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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GCSE examination results 2019

GCSE examination results 2019

Data to support the writing of examination reports

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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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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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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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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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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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Unetaneh Tokef prayer and activities: digging deeper

Sheet with text in English from the Unetaneh Tokef prayer, with activities for thought and discussion. To support Examining Religion and Belief: Jews (an RE Today publication). Suitable for 11-14s.

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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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Understanding the new Ofsted framework in the RE classroom

This document has been written to support teachers of RE, subject leaders and coordinators in all school subject to the new Ofsted framework, published in May 2019 for inspections from September 2019.

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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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Who is it? Where is it? Why?

Julie Grove is wondering why a picture of Jesus has been painted on the ceiling of a Hindu temple in Leicester. She is a member of the RE Today Editorial Team.

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The view from the grassroots of Islam

Interview with Dr Hany El Banna, founder of Islamic Relief, from REtoday Autumn 2019.

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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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The Big Bible story

Article by Jane Whittington and Rachel Boxer from the Diocese of Guildford about The Big Bible story resource, from REtoday Autumn 2019.

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A Hindu creation story

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

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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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To fight or not to fight? Owen Thomas case study

A story on Owen Thomas, a Bristolian orphan who took a stance during World War One. Part of the remembrance suite of resources originally created for the Diocese of Wakefield.

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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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Two stories of Christians from the Great War

Read the story of Albert and Florence, and George and their experiences during the war in relation to faith. Part of the remembrance suite of resources originally created for the Diocese of Wakefield.

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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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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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Aung San Suu Kyi’s dilemma - additional resource

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

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The Ramayana: emotion graph

Inspiring RE: Hindus- The Ramayana: emotion graph

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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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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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Big ideas found in the Ramayana

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

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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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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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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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Three key Hindu ideas about human purpose and destiny

Exploring Religion and Beliefs: Hindus-: Case study: Three key Hindu ideas about human purpose and destiny

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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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Respectometer drawing

Drawing of 'Respectometer' which members can print onto A3. Supports article on p. 34 of REtoday Spring 2020 issue.

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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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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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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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Spirited Arts & Poetry for KS3 (home learning)

A piece of home learning using NATRE's annual Spirited Arts & Poetry competition for pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).

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The Bible (home learning)

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

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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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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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Religion, science, creation and Charles Darwin (home learning)

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

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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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Science and Belief (home learning)

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

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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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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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Topical Film: Africa United (home learning)

A piece of home learning using 'Africa United' 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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Topical Film: Noah (home learning)

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

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Topical Film: Africa United KS4 (home learning)

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

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Topical Films: Room and the LEGO Movie (home learning)

A piece of home learning using 'Room' and 'The LEGO Movie' for pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).

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Topical Film: Adjustment Bureau

A piece of home learning using 'Adjustment Bureau' for pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).

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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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Topical Film: Adjustment Bureau KS4 (home learning)

A piece of home learning using 'Adjustment Bureau' for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds)

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Topical Films: 'Room' and 'The LEGO Movie' KS4 (home learning)

A piece of home learning using 'Room' and 'The LEGO Movie' for pupils in KS4/GCSE (14-16 year olds).

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Think PINC 5 Year Marriage Contract

'Think PINC' Five year marriage contract exercise from page 31 of ERB Christians vol. 2

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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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What is God's Kingdom Like?

Sheet to support activity on page 22 of ERB Christians vol. 2

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Data on Christians in UK and beyond (vol 2)

Infographic spread from ERB Christians vol. 2

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Topical film: using Silence

Notes about the Martin Scorsese film 'Silence' to support discussion around why people die for their faith, to support pages 12-15 in ERB Christians vol. 2

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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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The (un)feminine divine: presentation

PowerPoint presentation: 'The (un)feminine divine' to support article of same title by Cecilia Scott in REtoday Summer 2020, about the Hindu goddess Durga.

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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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The (un)feminine divine

Article by Cecilia Scott in REtoday Summer 2020: 'The (un)feminine divine', about the Hindu goddess Durga

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Q is for Qur'an and other holy books

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) The Quran, Torah, Guru Granth Sahib and other sacred writings using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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R is for Rituals

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on rituals and how humans find symbols in their rituals to make sense of life using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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S is for Saints

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on Saints: who says a person is holy and why do others look up to them? using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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T is for Temples

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at what makes temples, sacred spaces and holy buildings great achievements for humanity? using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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U is for Uncertainty

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on Agnostics, and why saying ‘don’t know’ to questions about God might make sense using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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V is for Virtue

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on virtues, values and how to be good using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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W is for Wealth

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on wealth, poverty and why giving money away is popular in many religions using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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X is for Xenophobia

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) on xenophobia and why many religions try to teach people not to live as if they are in a tribe using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Y is for Yom Kippur

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at how the Jewish day of Yom Kippur and other religious festival mark out important moments in life using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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Z is for Zoroastrianism and other smaller religions

A piece of home learning for KS3 (age 11-14) looking at smaller religions and why they matter using the BBC A to Z of Religion and Beliefs.

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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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Topical Film: Noah KS3 (home learning)

A piece of home learning using 'Noah' for pupils in KS3 (11-14 year olds).

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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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RE defender toolkit

Resources to support teachers secure provision for RE helping you to fight your corner.

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Ten questions to evaluate your RE provision

Does your school provide an appropriate level of provision for RE? Here are ten questions think about.

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The Chalk Circle of Enquiry (socially distanced learning)

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

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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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The walk of faith exploration (socially distanced learning)

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

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The Shouted Story (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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RE in Action Ages 10 to 12 presentation slide sample

RE in Action examples of work in RE ages 10 to 12

PowerPoint presentation detailing and assessing examples of achievement in RE for age group 10 to 12 years. Supports the title: RE in Action, to help teachers to clarify progress and the impact of RE.

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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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Reincarnation

Example of work: Reincarnation

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Ages 13-16 RE in Action support presentation sample slide

RE in Action examples of work in RE ages 13 to 16

PowerPoint presentation detailing and assessing examples of achievement in RE for age group 13 to 16 years. Supports the title: RE in Action, to help teachers to clarify progress and the impact of RE.

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Slide from Greta and Pope presentation

When Greta met the Pope

PowerPoint presentation about climate justice: 'When Greta met the Pope' to support article 'When Greta Thunberg met Pope Francis' in REtoday Autumn 2020.

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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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Writing frame: When Greta Thunberg met Pope Francis

Writing frame - supports article about climate justice from pages 30-31, 'Classroom' section in REtoday Autumn 2020. An activity for the classroom, to inspire observations and reflections.

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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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The big picture: the future of Miami

Article about climate climate from page 50, 'Big Picture' section in REtoday Autumn 2020. With classroom ideas inspired by the image.

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Tweets from the future presentation

Presentation: Five tweets from the future

PowerPoint presentation supporting article about climate justice from page 46, 'Instant RE' section in REtoday Autumn 2020. Idea for the classroom, with a selection of examples of pupil work.

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Presentation - If the Earth was only a metre ...

Presentation: If the Earth were only a metre in diameter

PowerPoint presentation supporting article about care for the environment from page 48, 'Instant RE' section in REtoday Autumn 2020. Idea for the classroom.

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Slide from presentation: The future of Miami

Presentation: The big picture - The future of Miami

PowerPoint presentation supporting article about climate change from page 50, 'The Big Picture' section in REtoday Autumn 2020. Ideas for the classroom, inspired by photoreal images of predicted sea level rises in Miami and London, and by the story from Genesis of the great flood.

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The Golden Rule (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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Secondary: Lesson 1 - Dartboard Resource

Dartboard resource - secondary anti-bullying resources

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Secondary: Lesson 1 - Nelson Mandela Quote

Nelson Mandela Quote - Anti-bullying secondary resource

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Secondary: Lesson 1 Plan 'Why Do some people bully others'

'Why Do some people bully others' - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 1 - Reasons for bullying

Reasons for bullying - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 1 - Starter quiz on religion

Starter quiz on religion - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 2 ‘Living with difference thought piece’

‘Living with difference thought piece’ - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 2 Plan 'How should we treat others'

'How should we treat others' - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 2 - Venn Diagram

Venn Diagram - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 3 PowerPoint Top Tips

Solutions for Religious Bullying- Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 3 Secondary Dart Board Cards

Secondary Dart Board Cards - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 3 Secondary Dartboard resource

Secondary Dartboard resource - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 3 Plan 'what would you do'

Lesson 3 Plan 'what would you do'- Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 4 ‘What are we worth’

‘What are we worth’ - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 4 - Answers for quotations for sorting copy

Answers for quotations for sorting copy - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 4 Human rights PowerPoint

Human rights PowerPoint - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 4 Picture quotations for sorting

Picture quotations for sorting- Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 4 PowerPoint Respect Quotes

PowerPoint Respect Quotes- Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 4 Quotations word version for sorting answers

Quotations word version for sorting answers- Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 5 Plan ‘Why do our beliefs matter’

‘Why do our beliefs matter’ - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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Secondary: Lesson 5 Themed poems

Themed poems - Secondary anti-bullying resource

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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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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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Quizzes for RE learning

Quizzes - Are they effective? and a selection of ready-made quizzes

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Using the visual arts in RE

To engage in the use of religious art and iconography as a means of exploring the wealth of creative expression that stems from an exploration of faith and spirituality.

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Special People Presentation

Special People Presentation - This activity is designed to be carried out over several short sessions

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Special Places Presentation

Special Places Presentation

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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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