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Brian Gates explains how he came to formulate the "Ten Characteristics of RE" in the way that he did.£CALL Out of stock
'How can children understand the concept of God when it is so abstract?' John Hull proceeded to answer these questions using illustrations of conversations with small children.£CALL Out of stock
A 6-slide PowerPoint presentation for spiritual learning.£CALL Out of stock
Does your school provide an appropriate level of provision for RE? Here are ten questions think about.£CALL Out of stock
A dcoumnet to signpost you to some great films produced by the BBC for RE.£CALL Out of stock
Who says small children can’t access big thoughts, ask big questions and understand big ideas? Below we present ten techniques to show your pupils that their big questions matter. This resource is from REtoday Spring 2019. Suitable for 5-11s£CALL Out of stock
Here are ten simple, flexible ideas for building more reflection into some popular RE topics for 5–14 year olds.£CALL Out of stock
Examples of what young people did with their spirituality and photography project in Newham.£CALL Out of stock
Here, as a supplement to the REtoday article, we provide you with numerous examples from Newham students who worked with Claire. Each one is worth looking at, and worth questioning.£CALL Out of stock
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£CALL Out of stock
A copy of the Buddha image from the inside back cover for use in the classroom£CALL Out of stock
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.£CALL Out of stock
Article by Cecilia Scott in REtoday Summer 2020: 'The (un)feminine divine', about the Hindu goddess Durga£CALL Out of stock
PowerPoint presentation: 'The (un)feminine divine' to support article of same title by Cecilia Scott in REtoday Summer 2020, about the Hindu goddess Durga.£CALL Out of stock