The best of the rest

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Here we offer you the best software and websites for the remaining subjects not covered in this issue. Full coverage is on the Online website at ww.tes.co.ukonline

TOP 10 SOFTWARE

Christians: The Life of a Local Church. Price: pound;95 Write to: 256 Western Road, Sheffield. S10 1LF Email: reactmm@supanet.com

Aspects of Religions for key stages 34 from Granada Learning Price: pound;49

Exploring World Religions for key stages23 from GranadaLearning Price: pound;49 Tel: 0161 827 2927 www.granada-learning.com

Living Sikhism, Living Islam, Living Judaism, LIving Christianity, Living Hinduism, Living Buddhism and Living Without God. Suitable for key stages 34 from I-Seek Price: pound;34 each Tel: 0800 052 0900 www.i-seek.org

Investigating Christianity and Investigating World Religions from Heinemann Price: pound;52.50 each www.heinemann.co.uk

TOP 10 WEBSITES

Religious Education and Information Technology (Refit): refit.ucsm.ac.ukReligious Education Exchange Service (RE-XS): re-xs.ucsm.ac.ukThe religious education site:www.theresite.org.uk

Paul Hopkins own site, with advice and links: www.paulhopkins.org.uk

Church Net UK: www.churchnet.org.uk

Culham College Institute: www.culham.ac.uk

The RE Directory, online version: www.theredirectory.org.uk

Christian Education Movement: www.christianeducation.org.uk

Becta: www.becta.org.uk

Religious Education Network: www.cant.ac.ukrenet

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