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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?
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
Martin Buber (1878–1965), a great Jewish philosopher of personhood, says in his book I and Thou (Touchstone 1970): ‘Inscrutably involved, we live in the currents of universal reciprocity.’ Perhaps a part of his...
Mark Chater argues for radical reform of RE. Abbreviated from a keynote given to the Humanists UK RE conference, 28 November 2020.
In March, Ben Wood passed the leadership of NATRE to Katie Freeman. We asked them both to look backwards and forwards from their position as Chair of our subject teacher association.
Dr Kathryn Wright, CEO of the Culham St Gabriel’s Trust, which supports RE across the country, wants RE – maybe under a new name, ‘Religion and Worldviews’ – to be justly treated.
Alexandra Brown is an RE teacher, academic and poet whose work focuses on theologies of liberation, Islam within the black American experience, and issues of social justice pertaining to gender, race, class and...
We invited people from different religions and worldviews to respond to some questions about this term’s theme of ‘religion and justice’. Why not give the questions we asked to your students and ask them to...
It is great to welcome back Ben Wood to these pages. Ben has written here before, including a reflection on taking up the role of Chair of NATRE in the Summer 2019 edition. This time he looks back and reflects upon...
One reason teachers of RE are struggling with the new GCSE specifications is because the longer essay-style answers required of students are taxing the skills students have gained in putting together their thoughts in...
The teaching resources from the Salvation Army are often referred to as hidden gems, and they are well worth exploring.
The Hadith: a Hadith is a saying or example of the Prophet, remembered and written down to help Muslims know how to live. Here is one example:
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...
Exploring identity questions with 11–14s is an important part of enabling pupils to develop their own understanding of their position in relation to the world, including the worlds of religion and belief. These two...