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KS3 Knowing Religion - Christianity

Robert Orme, Series edited by Robert Orme

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Provide students with a strong understanding of religion with high quality, engaging and knowledge-rich resources building a firm foundation for the new GCSE 9-1 Religious Studies.

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”'Knowing Religion provides essential grounding and practice for the demands of the new GCSE course.”- Lisa James, Curriculum Leader of Religion and Philosophy, Cardiff High School
”'A very detailed, yet highly accessible source, with interesting facts and differentiated questions to check the understanding of all abilities. This book will save hours of planning.”- Mr Blair Richard Carter, Teacher of Philosophy & Head of Year
”'Knowing Religion not only provides a good grounding for further RE studies but also equips students with skills that will be transferable to a wide variety of learning contexts”- Debbie Smith, R.E. Co-ordinator, Ovingham Middle School
'I have found the structure of Christianity lends itself to engaging lessons and swift progress' - Liam Maher, Head of Religious Studies, Southchurch High School
”'The structure of the books is excellent, and the explanations of religious concepts and practices are concise and succinct.”- Prabhjap Singh Jutla, The British Sikh School
”'The structure and organisation of the information in Knowing Religion is very logical which makes it easy to understand. The chronology of events enables students to get a deeper understanding of the background of religious beliefs and teachings.”- Ms. Shazia Iqbal, Director of Humanities, Whitworth Community High School