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Recommended websites

At Barnabas, 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.

Please note: websites are subject to change, so we take no responsibility for their content - and you should always first check out the suitability of any website for yourself, before using it with pupils.

REQuest REQuest

An excellent collection of resources for teaching and learning about Christianity.

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Visit the King James Bible 1611 website Bible for Schools

The King James Bible Trust has been established to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible which was completed in 1611. Their school resources are excellent.

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Visit BiblegatewayBibleGateway

An online tool for reading and researching scripture in a variety of languages and translations. Readers can find & compare particular passages in scripture based on keywords, phrases, or scripture reference. Very useful for anyone studying the history of the Bible in English, or any other language - but do keep an eye out for American spellings.

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Visit the REonline website


A portal site, providing information for all those working and interested in Religious Education, with many excellent links to a range of materials.

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Visit the Assemblies websiteThe Assemblies website

High-quality, instant access primary and secondary school assemblies for teachers and others leading collective worship.

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Visit the Worship Workshop websiteWorship Workshop

A project created by the National Society, The Royal School of Church Music (RSCM) and the Liturgical Commission. It aims to empower and enrich the practice of worship in our schools. A very good way in to planning Collective worship in primary schools.

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Visit the NATRE website


The National Association of Teachers of Religious Education is the subject teacher association for RE professionals in primary and secondary schools and higher education, providing a focal point for their concerns, a representative voice at national level and publications and courses to promote professional development.

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Visit the TES website

TES - Times Educational Supplement

Lots of RE teaching resources from the Times Educational Supplement, created and shared by other teachers.

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Visit website - KS2 resources

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