I'm currently working as Head of Humanities at a school in Bristol, England. I've always been passionate about my specialist subject, RE and have a keen interest in producing Philosophy resources which are suitable for children. I also endeavour to upload as much as I can for the new GCSE specs, as I produce new resources. Come back and visit again soon for my own versions of specimen papers, glossaries, homework and extension tasks, as well as lesson ideas for AQA GCSE RE Spec A.

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This is engaging activity aimed at KS4 and KS5 students. Students use the A3 data collection sheet to read the four case studies, which ideally are posted around the room. They complete the questions and then share answers as a class. Should terrorist groups be allowed to speak in public? What about Far Right politicians? Freedom of Speech is a Human Right, but should some views be kept private?

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