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Your RE for Key Stage 3

Your KS3 RE revolution!

Your RE is a revolutionary Key Stage 3 course that brings RE into the classroom like no other. With the use of innovative teaching materials this resource makes RE relevant for pupils in today's world.

This unique course combines a Pupil Book and our best-selling ActiveTeach technology to provide you with a bank of multi-faith resources all instantly available at the click of a button.

Your RE can be successfully used in Scotland to deliver an RE course that fulfils the criteria of a Curriculum for Excellence. View matching charts now.


Unique flexibility to create your own lessons

Teach RE your way - you can design your own lessons from our bank of inspiring multi-faith resources or teach with the aid of ready-made pathways organised by religion.

Best-selling ActiveTeach CD-ROM for exciting whole-class teaching

Captivate the whole class with the innovative on-screen Pupil Book. Dynamic, interactive content at your fingertips to help you deliver exciting whole-class lessons and motivate your pupils. Try a free slice of ActiveTeach for yourself now!

Assessment tools to help you work effectively with the
8-level scale

A complete assessment package to help your pupils progress through the 8-level scale. Your Assessment sections at the end of each chapter will help your pupils understand the criteria to meet each level.


Trialled and tested with teachers and pupils every step of the way

Trialled and tested with teachers and pupils at Cherwell School, Oxford, this revolutionary new Key Stage 3 course is set to transform the way RE is taught.

Check out the video to see what the pupils and teachers and Cherwell School thought of

Your RE.







Try before you buy

Evaluation copies and free trials allow you to try our products before you buy and are available to all our UK educational establishment account holders.  Find out more .

Series Includes

x1 Pupil Book
x1 ActiveTeach CD-ROM

Customer Review

"It looks good, it's very relevant, it's very contemporary and we haven't really had things like that, certainly not at Key Stage 3, in all the time I've been teaching."
Patrick Garton, Head of RE, Cherwell School, Oxford
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