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Volume 38, Number 2
In this issue:
- 30+ active RE lesson ideas Identities: a theme for RE
- Samira Ahmed: BBC journalist, on CoRE
- Professional REflection: academic research applied to the RE classroom from four key thinkers
- Being trans, being Christian: four interviews for your exam classes to consider
- Four perspectives on identities from different religions
Volume 38, Number 1
Theme: Climate Justice
In this issue:
- Jonathan Bartley, Green Party co-leader
- Greta Thunberg and the Pope: using our cover picture in your classroom
- 30+ learning ideas for ages 4-19 on faith and the love of the earth
- Laura D’Olimpio on teaching ethics in a green age
- Pupil art for climate justice
- Cat Stevens Yusuf Islam: where do the children play?
Sept 2018: The initial parental complaint The complaint focused on the academy’s failure to comply with its Funding Agreement (FA) with the DfE (Department for Education) regarding provision of RE. A subsidiary...
The British Library recently launched its exhibition of Hebrew manuscripts – amazing online resources go with this. Have a look: www.bl.uk/events/hebrew-manuscripts. The big picture here shows the traditional silver...
Multiculturalism/critical multiculturalism 1960s–1970s: integration of non-European cultures, rather than assimilation. Aim: cultural diversity, mutual tolerance. Method: learn about non-European cultures. Critique:...
The 2020 Art in Heaven and Spirited Poetry competitions attracted record entries – lots of teachers sent them during lockdown
To study for a degree in Theology or RS is to open up a vast range of options for worthwhile careers. TRS-UK is launching a set of recently-filmed interviews with TRS graduates in fields as varied as television...
What are worldviews? What could this mean in practice? What could a worldviews curriculum look like?
The University of Cambridge is delighted to announce an innovative project creating high-quality RS resources to inspire secondary school students and bring Cambridge into your classroom.
Read this poem (is it a poem?) aloud with your class, and then look at Amelia’s responses to it. She is 12.
Sophie Smith teaches at George Eliot School in Warwickshire. She wanted to use more creative hooks for her RE lessons. Here are some examples of what worked.
This example of work on the meaning of being British asked every pupil to contribute to a collage of the union flag, a piece of torn card in red and another in blue. All the contributions were to reflect children’s...
Rachel Buckby leads RE at St John’s School in Leicester, and is a member of the NATRE Executive. We asked her how she has built such a successful subject base in her school. Can you pick up tips?
It’s Friday afternoon. Outside it’s cold, with an occasional lightly falling drop of rain hinting at imminent snowy weather, just in time for the weekend. Excited children, full of anticipation for tobogganing and...