RE

Oxford university Press Learning from home pack

 Peped – a site aimed at the OCR specification, managed by a highly respected RE writer. The site provides a full range of materials from simple summaries to challenging extended reading. It also contains excellent revision materials including sample essays and is organised in-line with the three components

Logos – a blog created by the author and scholar Charlotte Vardy specifically for the OCR specification, providing excellent essay advice, model answers and an exhaustive list of possible exam questions from all three components of the course.

 BBC Religion and Ethics website – a good clear start on any religious topic

 

Trustworthy encyclopedias

www.newadvent.org   The Catholic Encyclopedia

http://www.utm.edu/research/iep/   The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

http://plato.stanford.edu/  The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

http://www.epistemelinks.com/index.aspx   A comprehensive ethics and philosophy site

http://www.classicspage.com    Guide to Roman and Greek thinkers

 

 Aimed at A Level Students

www.philosophicalinvestigations.co.uk An exceptional site aimed at AS/A2 students

http://www.missbadgersphilosophysite.com/blog/tag/evolution Another exceptional site aimed at AS/A2 students

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtOLJIWPWAcxFa37iQOUtOA Engaging revision videos on a range of philosophy topics

http://www.mel-thompson.co.uk/Ethics.htm

http://www.rsrevision.com

http://www.philosophyofreligion.info/ Good overview of key ideas

www.tutor2u.net Range of A Level revision notes (don’t rely on this though!)

http://www.learningscientists.org/ The Learning Scientists (specialists in strategies for effective study)