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What did the Dalai Lama say when asked whether to pray for Paris?

Before we find out what he said, let’s check who the Dalai Lama is! The Dalai Lama is the head monk of Tibetan Buddhism and traditionally has been responsible for the governing of Tibet, until the Chinese government took control in 1959. 274 more words

Religious Education

What is climate change?

Okay, if all the world cared about were GCSE grades, this is a useful thing to know for your Religious Studies GCSE. Probably as an ‘a’ style question. 298 more words

Religious Education

Stardust, Life & Death

The stars we see are not the same ones that twinkled when dinosaurs walked the Earth.  Our bodies – and everything around us – are made of elements formed when ancient stars exploded and died.   75 more words

Youth RE

RE for REal... or what's in a name?

Last week the “RE for REal” report was launched and attracted some comment in the press… comment which merged with that generated by the High Court’s ruling… 1,353 more words

Zara writes for the love of it

Year 5 student Zara Greenwood plans her poems as she falls asleep, then writes them in the shade of a tree.

Zara is a prolific writer having already filled seven journals with her poetry and prose. 163 more words

Teaching And Learning

Bringing Experts into the Classroom

One of the main purposes of this blog is to raise awareness within the college of innovative pedagogy, with the overall aim of inspiring others. I was excited this week to spend a bit of time in a Year 6 Religious Education classroom, where I saw evidence of exactly that. 276 more words