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WHAT I WISH: I knew

Developing conceptual thinking, Sage advice for new teachers

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A STUDENT’S perspective

Religion: the remedy to inequality, not the source

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TEACHING FORDIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

DATA ETHICS in the classroom and beyond

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JEROME FLYNN: on the challenging new film, Land of Ahimsa

I met Dolly whilst attending a vegan and sustainability conference in Pune just before lockdown. I was drawn to supporting her film for several reasons. India is very dear to my heart, having spent much time there...

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THE LAND OF AHIMSA

A film to inspire and encourage people to live by THE PRINCIPLE OF AHIMSA, striving to cause no harm to any sentient being

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Introducing: Ian Nicholson

ReToday's New Advisor

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Linda Woodhead On How to Teach ‘values’

Values are visible everywhere these days. Whether it is a school, a university, Microsoft or GB News, for example, you can easily find their values statement. When I undertook research on Generation Z (the generation...

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BBC: Meet Daisy Scalchi

We hear PRACTICAL TIPS FOR TEACHERS from the BBC’s Head of Religion and Ethics for Television

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Inspiring Change

The 2023 Templeton Prize winner, EDNA ADAN ISMAIL, and the power of education and compassion

Peter Vardy and daughters This article is for paying subscribers

The Philosophers’ Daughters 

Peter Vardy is a theologian, philosopher and author well known for his RS conferences in UK schools. He was Vice-Principal of Heythrop College, a Jesuit college in London, from 1999 to 2011. His remarkable ability to...

Lat Blaylock interviewing Hazrat Mira Masroor Aham This article is for paying subscribers

Hoping for world peace 

His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad is the Fifth Caliph of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim community. It was my honour and privilege to interview him early in 2023 at the community’s headquarters in Tilford, near...

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Can Christianity hold its own within a worldviews paradigm for RE? 

Lord Griffiths of Burry Port is a member of the House of Lords. Now retired from active ministry, he served as President of the Methodist Conference in the 1990s. He is also known for his work as a politician, author...

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Making sense of the census 

James Holt, Associate Professor of Religious Education at the University of Chester, explores the complexities behind the headlines on religion from the 2021 Census, and reflects on the implications for teachers and...

The Singh Twins at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery with their 'Slaves of Fashion' exhibition, courtesy and copyright Denisa Ilie. This article is for paying subscribers

Uniqueness, Unity and the Power of Art

The Singh Twins are internationally acclaimed contemporary British artists whose distinctive ‘Past-Modern’ (as opposed to Post-Modern) art draws upon a huge range of historical, cultural and religious influences....

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Celebrating uncertainty in RE

My work in RE started as a schoolteacher, but for more than 25 years now I have been supporting teacher training in RE, and research on the subject. It is good to celebrate what the subject has achieved in those...

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A curiouscurriculum: why teaching for creativity matters, and is possible

Mick Waters and Claire Banks have jointly written A Curious Curriculum to challenge any teacher to keep their alertness to the sheer fascination that can drive education.

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Celebrating innovation and creativity

As Chief Executive of Culham St Gabriel’s Trust, one of the things I enjoy most about my job is sending confirmation of grant awards to successful applicants. Culham St Gabriel’s is an endowed charitable...

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10 REasons tobe cheerful:what can we celebratein RE/religion and worldviews?

Denise Cush admits to being an RE and study of religions enthusiast who still finds it exciting years after retiring, and loves visiting temples/mosques/synagogues/ churches, museums, archeological sites and art...

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‘Good RE is a cornerstone for a modern, tolerant Britian’

Shammi Rahman, NATRE Executive member, arranged this interview with Dame Rachel de Souza, whose high-profile role as Children’s Commissioner for England gives her access and influence on behalf of children in...

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Reality and other stories: the greatest stories, movies and plotlines – it’s all RE 

Peter Dray and Matthew Lillicrap explain their new book Reality and Other Stories (IVP 2022), which argues that the story of God in the Bible is well explained in the light of Christopher Booker’s theory of ‘seven...