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R.E. websites

 

Educhurch is a Web site which allows pupils to find out more about the Christian faith. It features three churches, all very different from each other: an Anglican church, a Salvation Army citadel, and a free church.
theRESite Separate sections for Infants and Juniors covering a variety of topics including festivals, symbols, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and much more.
[Christine O’Keeffe’s  Easter Page] Find out about Easter eggs, history, customs, legends, May Day and more.
[Christine O’Keeffe’s Christmas Page] Covers history, customs, legends, Saint Nicholas, Twelfth Night and includes carols and games
Christmas.com Home! Christmas.com's WorldView started in 1994 as an effort to share how Christmas is celebrated around the world. This year they've combined the best music, recipes, features and information of the past in a new community based format. Their goal is to have some amount of information for every country in the world.
Welcome to REfuel - www.refuel.org.uk

Religious Education in the classroom

Contains links to -

Themes and Topics
Collected resources, mapped to the national expectations in RE

Calendar of Religious Festivals

Curriculum Resources for RE

Other RE sites: Content, Advice and Support

Other Educational sites and services with RE content

WaterAid WaterAid has produced a pack called 'Water for Harvest, Water for Life' to accompany Harvest celebrations.  Focusing on the work it is doing in Madagascar, the pack contains an assembly outline, drama sketches, poems and suggested activities to be carried out during the harvest period.
A wealth of resources for RE teachers including the RE directory - which allows you to search for material by faith and local authority - and the What's On? guide to TV and radio and religious festivals.
REEP Teaching Resources

REEP resources for schools

This section is at the heart of the REEP website. You will find materials for primary and secondary levels; Special features; Assemblies; Seasonal activities for Advent and Easter as well as web links, and contact details for some important sources of RE material in the 'More Resources' section.