Welcome to the HIAS RE Moodle site

The RE Moodle provides a high quality, easily accessible, collaborative site which contains information and downloadable resources for teachers of RE. These resources have been written according to Living Difference Revised 2011, the locally agreed syllabus for Hampshire, Southampton and Portsmouth. This site offers a channel of communication between the HIAS RE team and RE teachers, co-ordinators and departments.

Every effort has been made to ensure that material on this site is accurate, relevant and appropriate, and meets copyright requirements. Some of the material is in draft form, however, and any errors will be edited in due course.

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  • Imam Monawar Hussain, Founder of The Oxford Foundation, has issued the following statement following the release of an Open Letter signed by over 100 of the Sunni world’s religious authorities to the leader and fighters of the extremist terrorist group named IS:
    I am a signatory, with some of the leading religious Sunni authorities in the Islamic world, to the open letter to the leader and fighters of IS. This open letter, point by point, undermines the claim of IS to any religious legitimacy for their violence perpetrated against the weak and helpless in Syria and Iraq. It demonstrates categorically that their actions have nothing to do with the religion of Islam but in fact do great violence to its teachings and principles.This open letter supplemented with the counter-narrative part of my ‘Oxford Muslim Pupils’ Empowerment Programme’ is a significant resource for schools, colleges, seminaries, mosques and universities throughout the UK to challenge the narrative of these violent extremists. I would urge that these are utilised within these and other establishments to discuss and debate the ideas of violent extremists, so as to challenge, confront and defeat this extremist ideology.

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Welcome to the HIAS RE Moodle site
by Lydia Revett - Thursday, 1 May 2008, 2:36 PM
 

This site is being used to pilot the use of interactive website technology based on Moodle. It is in its early stages of development. Our intention is to provide a high quality, easily accessible, collaborative site which contains information and resources for Hampshire teachers. Most importantly, it will offer a fast and effective channel of communication between the HIAS RE team and RE teachers, co-ordinators and departments.

This site is under construction.