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Religious Education

Supporting secondary Religious Education teachers with resources for KS3, GCSE, A Level and more.

Religious Education

Supporting secondary Religious Education teachers with resources for KS3, GCSE, A Level and more.

Top up on GCSE and A Level Religious Studies resources

AQA GCSE Religious Studies

A tried and trusted approach to the new specifications from an expert author team

GCSE Religious Studies for Edexcel

A vibrant new course written by a specially-selected team of experts

Oxford A Level Religious Studies for OCR

Christianity, Philosophy and Ethics resources by renowned authors

Ethical theories

A Level Philosophy & Ethics Through Film

Helping your students to break down difficult concepts

NEW: The Oxford Teacher Handbook for GCSE Islam

View free sample pages from The Oxford Teacher Handbook for GCSE Islam

Written by a team of experienced teachers and Islam experts, this unique handbook is designed to cover everything you need to know about teaching Islam as a second religion for the new 2016 GCSE specifications.

With subject boosters on the beliefs, teachings and practices of Islam, as well as ready-made worksheets and practical teaching strategies, this brand new Teacher Handbook will help you deliver GCSE Islam with confidence.

NEW: Living Faiths Kerboodle bundle

Living Faiths Kerboodle: Lessons, Resources and Assessment for all six faiths

This new Kerboodle package gives you the flexibility to build and customize a bespoke KS3 course.

At the reduced price of £250+VAT, the bundle includes teacher access to the six Kerboodle Books as well as a wealth of time-saving resources for all six faiths.

Rachael Jackson-Royal: 'contact theory' in RE classrooms

Creating open and cohesive RE classrooms

In this article, the co-author of The Oxford Teacher Handbook for GCSE Islam, Rachael Jackson-Royal, tells us about her role in a 'contact theory' project in schools and RE classrooms.

The project identifies ways in which individuals from different backgrounds can interact meaningfully with their peers in shared social places, such as in a classroom.

Read on to find out how you can get involved with future research.