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Narnia writing competition

We are holding a creative writing competition to celebrate all that we can learn from C.S. Lewis's famous The Chronicles of Narnia stories.

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RE Council report

Barnabas in Schools supports the RE benchmark curriculum framework as proposed from a study of RE by the RE Council of England and Wales

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Statement from Barnabas in Schools

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Realising the potential

Barnabas in Schools resources RE gap as identified by the Ofsted report

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Why Narnia?

A Barnabas RE Day, INSET package and teaching resource to help schools explore awe and wonder and the nature of good and evil.

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Books & resources

What Price Peace?

What Price Peace?

A teaching resource for primary schools exploring issues of war and peace Chris Hudson £8.99

Provides ten units of classroom material and three assemblies for 5-11s based around the theme of the First World War.

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Wow! Our Amazing Planet

Wow! Our Amazing Planet

A cross-curricular resource for primary RE teachers David Chandler £9.99

An interactive RE resource to explore the theme of caring for our environment.

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Teaching Narnia

Teaching Narnia

A cross-curricular classroom and assembly resource for RE teachers Olivia Warburton £6.99

A wealth of creative and interactive ideas for use in the classroom and in collective worship.

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Why Narnia?

Our new programme for 2013-14 helps schools explore Christian responses to awe and wonder and the nature of good and evil.

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Recommended websites

We're interested in helping you provide the best possible RE, Assemblies and Collective Worship in your school.

We hope you'll find our developing set of resources useful - here are some others.

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Popular Barnabas RE Day themes

Whose world?

Whose world?

Exploring the order and beauty of our world as a sacred gift.

Who is my neighbour?

Who is my neighbour?

Exploring issues involved in caring for others, the nature of compassion and community.

Who am I?

Who am I?

Exploring issues relating to our identity as individuals, each person's unique and special gifts.