Below is a list of free websites that will help you with all aspects of teaching RE, from providing interesting source material for use in lessons to guidance on best practice.
REquest – A bank of source material for teaching Christianity to students aged 4 – 16. Includes stories, interviews with Christians and interactive games. (Also includes downloadable teaching plans.)
BBC Bitesize KS1 – Short clips on a range of religions and topics for KS1.
BBC Bitesize KS2 – Short clips on a range of religions and topics for KS2.
BBC Bitesize – KS3 – Short clips on a range of religions and topics for KS3.
TrueTube – Films and written resources on a range of religions for upper primary and secondary students.
Let’s Celebrate! – Short films and games on a range of religions from CBeebies. Suitable for early years.
The Philosophy Tube – Films to support teaching A-level philosophy.
CLEO (Cumbria and Lancashire Education and Online Archive) – A range of interactive resources for use throughout RE.
Resources recommended by NATRE: #REChat April 2020
For a comprehensive list of online, multimedia resources that can be accessed by pupils at school or home to support independent learning, please click here.
RE Online – Written articles to help teachers deepen their subject knowledge.
RE Today – A range of services to support excellence in RE, from resources and research to consultancy. (Some services involve a fee.)
NATRE – Website for the National Association of Teachers of RE.
Understanding Humanism – Contains information and teaching resources to support learning about Humanism.