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Volume 37, Number 3
In this issue:
- Professor Richard Swinburne on the reality of God
- Packed with over 40 practical RE classroom ideas
- Six viewpoints from different faiths and worldviews on visionary living
- Professional REflection: from Paul Smalley and 6 others
- 20 ideas for GCSE learning
- Julian Stern on insight
- Stephen Asma on religion as therapy
Volume 37, Number 2
Theme: Intent, implement, impact in RE
In this issue:
- Discovering Sacred Texts:
the brilliant new RE offer from the British Library
- Intent, implement, impact:
Three ‘I’s from the inspectors
- 25+ ideas for your classroom today
- Professional REflection:
academic research applied to the RE classroom
- Developing the place and status of RE:
how is it done?
Julie Grove, of the RE Today Editorial Team, provides learning ideas from the Big Picture.
The title of this article is taken from a 12-mark question at GCSE, and it raises an interesting question. We will think about answering this question to GCSE standard using the music of Canadian Muslim hip hop duo...
The comic-book genre taps into children’s ease with combining visual and text information, and comics have become a useful supplementary resource in today’s classroom. They are considered a great way of engaging...
At the Cobbs Infant and Nursery School in Warrington, Higher Level Teaching Assistant Janet Lever taught her 6–7s about Christian understandings of God using music. The personal and thoughtful responses suggest that...
Staff at Selby Community Primary School wanted to deepen their pupils’ understanding of Islam, so they invited Imran to come and run some workshops there. We asked how it went.
His majesty was puzzled. He thought to himself, ‘A great king
like me should not just be able to win battles and make laws.
I ought to be able to make sense of life.’ Every time he went
St Dominic’s School, Brewood, in Staffordshire ran a Gifted and Talented pupil day for 60 students from three different schools in September, including a creative challenge: to express and explore religious beliefs...