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agreeing with Matryoshadoll's post on feedback, is there any possibility like with social networking that if a comment or feedback rating is given on your resources that it could generate a NOTIFICATION so you can respond quickly or bask ones own achievements! :)
Until recently, I thought of our website as being mainly relevant for PSHE and Healthcare subjects, however I've just discovered how much we have in common with the RE curriculm. Please check out the resources I've just posted and let me know your feedback. The resources are video clips of people talking about their experiences of death and dying and their belief in the afterlife, thoughts on euthanasia. There are also some clips of young people discussing opinions of abortion.
Thanks very much
Jo - Youthhealthtalk.
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