Religious Education (RE) is compulsory part of school life in the UK. Many people regard it as important because it promotes the spiritual, moral, social, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils. Whilst schools have to teach RE, parents can withdraw their children for all or part of the lessons, and pupils can choose to withdraw themselves once they’re 18. This blog post is designed for students taking GCSE Religious Education, and provides them with what we see as the best resource websites on the internet. GCSE Bitesize Religious Education: This site runs through the tenets of various religions, including Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism, providing students with revisions of main topics, as well as online tests. The tests not only indicate wrong and right answers, but also provide useful explanations of why an answer is wrong, which is very useful in a subject which delves into definitions and theories that can be quite complex to grasp. This reso
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