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LATEST ISSUE OF RETODAY Autumn 2021

Theme: RE and Research

In this issue:

  • ‘Dear England’ – Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell is interviewed, and gives his response to pupils’ own classwork inspired by his letter to the nation
  • 30+ active RE lesson ideas for 4–19s using research
  • Professional REflection: academic research applied to the RE classroom
  • Prince of Egypt: Y3 pupils interview Luke Brady, star of the West End musical, plus lots of other great ideas around the story of Moses for 5-14s
  • Buddhism and tolerance: the way of the Buddha, with suggestions for class discussion
  • Inside a faith: a Muslim, Christian, Humanist, Buddhist and Hindu provide their perspectives on how their religions and worldviews can be authentically represented in RE
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' 'The Bible: The Big Story' covers RE in Key Stage 3 for 11–14 year olds - in some ways the hardest age-group to motivate. GCSE is still some way off, and the joyous enthusiasm of primary school years is beginning to fade. 'Big Society, big story', this is a lovely volume to which no one could possibly object. The book is worth every penny.'

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