Key Stage 3 Knowing Religion

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Encourage a thirst for knowledge in your Key Stage 3 RE students with engaging, content-rich lessons that lay a firm foundation for the new Religious Studies GCSE.

Student Books
  • Ensure students gain a firm grounding for future GCSE success through building knowledge and explanations of key terms and concepts.
  • Inspire an interest in religion through a compelling narrative, fascinating facts and extraordinary people.
  • Help all students to think critically about religion and assess their understanding with extended writing and essays with questions for each topic.
  • Aid pupil memory with a ‘Knowledge organiser’ at the end of each unit with key dates, vocabulary and significant people.
Teacher Guide:
  • Save time with additional supporting materials for free online, containing short quizzes, activities, ‘Knowledge organisers’, and suggestions for additional resources.
About the Authors
  • Robert Orme has taught at a number of secondary schools in the UK. He is currently Head of Religious Education at a mixed state school in London. His writings on RE and secondary education have been featured in a number of publications including TES, Schools Week, The Telegraph and RE:Online.
  • Neil McKain is Head of Religious Studies at a UK secondary school. He has served on the NATRE executive for the last three years and is an educational adviser to TrueTube and the British Humanist Association.
  • Andy Lewis is an Assistant Headteacher and Director of RE in St Bonaventure's in East London. He has been teaching for over 12 years and has recently written a textbook for the Edexcel GCSE Catholic Christianity specification. He has led the London RE Hub network and worked on regional and national projects to help improve the standard of RE.
  • Tristan Elby is an RE teacher, most recently at Shiplake College. He is currently completing a D.Phil in Theology at the University of Oxford. He holds a degree in Theology and Religious Studies from the University of Cambridge and a M.St. in the study of Religion from the University of Oxford.