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Visitor Ideas for a Sixth Form RE Day?

Discussion in 'Religious Education' started by durgamata, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. durgamata

    durgamata Occasional commenter

    Hey, This is something I really can do well. I can tailor workshops to any aspect of RE you would like and any length of time you wish - and any group-size within reason.


    If you want to use role-play activities and encourage 'random' RE discussion, try my Lotusbuds Game 'What Can You Say? I used this at an RE day with year 11 at a high-achieving girls school in Birmingham and they loved it. But I really can work to your needs and budget. If money is tight I will give you a special offer.


    Contact me on info@bluelotus.co I will also give you a pm.


    I gave some free workshops during RE month - which were taken up by primary schools. I can't continue to offer things free but will consider giving a good discount.
     
  2. Speakers from faiths outside the "Big Six" can be a good way of raising new ideas, the Baha'i Faith is one that pupils may find of interest and they will always provide someone if you get in touch with the NSA of the Baha'is of the UK (google 'em) or the Pagan Federation can be relied upon to stir it up!
    These forums can be a really great opportunity to try something new, but make sure you remain within the locally agreed syllabus!
     

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