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Our Vision at Corporation Road

Across the curriculum we aim to develop children’s skills of enquiry, reasoned argument and reflection. We are a multi-faith school and offer a curriculum to reflect this, with more emphasis placed upon the faiths of Christianity and Islam. We plan for a range of activities to engage all children in Religious Education. Our aim is that our children gain an understanding which allows them to develop positive attitudes, wonder, respect and tolerance which will enable them to live successfully in a multi- faith society that is reflected within Britain today. These values will enable our pupils to make a positive impact on their own lives and the communities in which they live.

DomainsKey Concepts
Authority and BeliefThinking About Religion and Beliefs and Enquiring, Investigating and Interpreting
Expression of BeliefsBeliefs and Teachings (what people believe), Practices and Lifestyles (what people do) and Expression and Language (how people express themselves)
Impact of BeliefsIdentity and Experience (making sense of who we are), Meaning and Purpose (making sense of life) and Values and Commitments (making sense of right and wrong)

End Points of the RE Map

Community

Enable our pupils to make a positive impact on their own lives and the communities in which they live.
Know that they can make positive contributions to their community and understand their place within the community.
Know that school is a central part to the local community- children can recognise how school contributes to the local community to ensure the people and children within it are safe and respected.

Legacy and Impact

Children learn about a range of major world faiths; although more emphasis is placed upon the faiths of Christianity and Islam.
To gain knowledge, insight and experiences of different world religions which will allow children to provide answers to key questions, be able to participate in discussions (sharing knowledge and informed opinions) and to share stories from different religions.

Citizenship

Our aim is that our children gain an understanding which allows them to develop positive attitudes, wonder, respect and tolerance and will enable them to live successfully in a multi- faith society that is reflected within Britain today
The fundamental British values are reflected in the teaching and learning therefore promoting: mutual respect, democracy, tolerance, liberty and the rule of law.

Gender and Equality

The teaching and learning promote: mutual respect, democracy, tolerance, liberty and the rule of law. Children understand that no matter of their chosen gender they are as equal as any other person and they have rights which they are entitled to exercise and practice.

National Curriculum

EYFS

Authority and Belief

Thinking about Religion and Beliefs

Special Books:

  • Bible stories
  • Quran
  • Festivals and celebrations
  • help them to develop a sense of place in their family and community, in the world and in the universe
  • help them learn about similarities and differences between themselves and others, and among families, communities

Different Beliefs: What is important to me? Why do people do things differently? Why does my family/community celebrate events like this and your family/community celebrate events differently or not at all? Which is the ‘right’ way?

Enquiring, Investigating and Interpreting

  • To support children in asking questions and explain answers
  • support children to develop emotionally, spiritually and morally
  • support their developing thinking skills, both abstract and imaginative
  • help them find out about themselves, their family and community

Expression of Beliefs

Beliefs and Teachings (what people believe)

Special People: Learn about belief, culture and explore faith through:

  • stories
  • visuals – photos, pictures toys and puppets
  • handling real artefacts
  • roleplay
  • creativity – dance, drama, art and design
  • non-fiction books
  • using ICT
  • discussion

Practices and Lifestyles (what people do)

Special Times: To learn about different religions and celebrations
including Eid, Christmas, Diwali, Easter, Harvest, Remembrance Day, Bonfire Night, Weddings, birthdays and Chinese New Year

Impact of Beliefs

Identity and Experience (making sense of who we are)

To talk about their own religions
To learn about other people’s views, cultures and beliefs to support children.

Meaning and Purpose (making sense of life)

Their spiritual wellbeing is enhanced by recognising that children develop spiritually by exploring answers to their questions, developing their sense of place in the world and beyond.

Values and Commitments (making sense of right and wrong)

What do I believe? Why do people have different opinions and views to me? What is right and what is wrong?

KS1 Year 1

Authority and Belief

Thinking about Religion and Beliefs

  • To recall features of religious, spiritual and moral stories and other forms of religious expression
  • To recognise and name features of religions and beliefs

Christianity: What does it mean to belong in Christianity? B, IoB, EoB
Why is Jesus special to Christians? B
What do Christians believe about God? B
Know the Bible is a special book.
The Bible is respected and read from in church.
Christians can read the bible at home.
Know the Bible contains stories.
God created the world- creation story.
Christians believe in God and Jesus
Christians may go to church.

Islam: What does it mean to belong to Islam? B, A.
The Quran is the holy book.
Allah is their God.
Eid is the celebration.
Prophet Mohamed is the word of God.
Halal diet (our certification in school).

Hinduism A: How do Hindus show belonging? B, EoB, IoB
What do Hindus believe? B,A
How and Why is Diwali special for Hindus? B, A, EoB.
Hindus believe in one god.
One God represented in many forms and images.
(Brahman and know the story of Svetaketu).
Know the story and Ganesh and how he got his elephant head.
The importance of the home and the family in developing Hindu values e.g. care for all living things; honesty; truthfulness; love; loyalty and respect within the extended family.
Know how Hindus show they belong and care. (rahki bracelet).
What is Diwali?

Christmas: Why are gifts given at Christmas? B,A,EoB
What gifts do people give?
What gifts did Jesus receive? Who gave Jesus gifts? Gifts from the shepherds, Gifts from the three kings.

Easter: What is the Easter story? B,A,EoB
Read understand and recall events from the Easter story.
What are the main events?

Enquiring, Investigating and Interpreting

  • To identify what they find interesting and puzzling in life
  • To recognise symbols and other forms of religious expression

Expression of Beliefs

Beliefs and Teachings (what people believe)

To recount outlines of some religious stories

Christianity: What does it mean to belong in Christianity? B, IoB, EoB Why is Jesus special to Christians? B, A
What do Christians believe about God? B
Know the Bible is a special book.
The Bible is respected and read from in church. Christians can read the bible at home.
Know the Bible contains stories.
God created the world-creation story.

Christians believe in God and Jesus

Christmas: Why are gifts given at Christmas? B, A, EoB
Story of Jesus’ birth

Easter: What is the Easter story? B, A, EoB
Main events within the Easter story-what happened to Jesus?

Islam: What does it mean to belong to Islam? B, A.
The Quran is the holy book.
Allah is their God.
Halal diet (our certification in school).

Hinduism A: How do Hindus show belonging? B, EoB, IoB
How and Why is Diwali special for Hindus? B, A, EoB.
Know what happens in a Hindu baby naming ceremony. (whisper, honey.)
Know how Hindus show they belong and care. (rahki bracelet).
How Hindus celebrate Diwali at home and in the mandir.

Practices and Lifestyle (what people do)

To recognise features of religious life and practice

Christianity: What does it mean to belong in Christianity? B, IoB, EoB
Know the Bible is a special book.
The Bible is respected and read from in church.
Christians can read the bible at home.

Christmas: Gifts and cards are given at Christmas. People celebrate the birth of Jesus at Christmas

Easter: What is the Easter story? B, A, EoB
Read understand and recall events from the Easter story.
Remember Jesus died on the cross and rose again.

Islam: What does it mean to belong to Islam? B, A.
Eid is the celebration.
Prophet Mohamed is the word of God. (Follow the teachings of Allah).

Hinduism A: How do Hindus show belonging? B, EoB, IoB
What do Hindus believe? B,A
How and Why is Diwali special for Hindus? B, A, EoB.
The importance of the home and the family in developing Hindu values e.g. care for all living things; honesty; truthfulness; love; loyalty and respect within the extended family.
Know how Hindus show they belong and care. (rahki bracelet).
Know what happens in a Hindu baby naming ceremony. (whisper, honey.)
Celebrate Diwali.
How Hindus celebrate Diwali at home and in the mandir.

Expression and Language (how people express themselves)

To recognise some religious symbols and words

Christmas: Gifts and cards are given at Christmas.

Easter: What is the Easter story? B, A, EoB
Remember Jesus died on the cross –crosses are a sign of belief in God and Jesus.

Islam: What does it mean to belong to Islam? B, A.
Eid(is the celebration).
Prophet Mohamed

Hinduism A: How do Hindus show belonging? B, EoB, IoB
What do Hindus believe? B,A
How and Why is Diwali special for Hindus? B, A, EoB.
Know how Hindus show they belong and care. (rahki bracelet).
Know what happens in a Hindu baby naming ceremony. (whisper, honey.)
How Hindus celebrate Diwali at home and in the mandir.

Impact of Beliefs

Identity and Experience (making sense of who we are)

To identify aspects of own experience and feelings, in religious material studied

Christianity: What does it mean to belong in Christianity? B, IoB, EoB
Christians believe in God and Jesus
Christians follow the teachings of the bible.
Christians may go to church

Islam: What does it mean to belong to Islam? B, A.
Eid is the celebration.
Halal diet (our certification in school).

Hinduism A: How do Hindus show belonging? B, EoB, IoB
The importance of the home and the family in developing Hindu values e.g. care for all living things; honesty; truthfulness;love; loyalty and respect within the extended family.

Meaning and Purpose (making sense of life)

To identify things they find interesting or puzzling, in religious materials studied

Values and Commitments (making sense of right and wrong)

To identify what is of value and concern to themselves, in religious material studied

KS1 Year 2

Authority and Belief

Thinking about Religion and Beliefs

  • To retell religious, spiritual and moral stories
  • To identify how religion and belief is expressed in different ways
  • To identify similarities and differences in features of religions and beliefs

Christianity: What can we believe from visiting a church? A, EoB
What can we believe from visiting a church? A, EoB
Leaders of a church are Vicars, Priests, minister, Reverend.
Some features of the church, cross, lectern, pulpit, altar, font, pew, kneeling cushion.
What happens during a church service?
Commitment to faith-belonging.
First communion, adult baptism, confirmation, membership.
What can we learn from the story of St. Cuthbert? IoB
Who Was St. Cuthbert?
Why is he remembered?
Why is he special?
Where is St Cuthbert now?

Islam: How do Muslims worship at home and at the mosque? A, B, EoB, IoB
When do Muslims go to mosque? A, B, EoB
Pray at home (space).
Animals
Mosque (men).
Women are allowed in big cities as there are different entrances and spaces.
Call to prayer.
Friday is their special day.
Five times a day.
Cover head and body (loose clothes).
Saying thanks to God before and after they eat.
Say thank you to God regularly.

Buddhism B: How do Buddhists show their beliefs and practice? B, A, EoB IoB
How do Buddhists worship? B, A, EoB
Buddha as an enlightened teacher (not as a God).
Buddha’s life-his birth, growing up as Prince Siddharta, giving up his palace life to search for truth and an answer to suffering; symbol of the Bodhi tree.
Understand the importance of the natural world to Buddhists.
Characteristics of Buddha-wisdom, courage, compassion.
Buddhist teaching-compassion, respect for living things, no stealing or telling lies.
People who are Buddhist demonstrate compassion, generosity, honesty and patience.
Buddhist stories to illustrate these values-e.g. Siddharta and the Swan, The monkey King.
Dharma, or law of life-as a law of cause and effect: karma (kamma).
Worship in the home-home shrine. (Statue of Buddha (rupa) or mandala, incense, candles, water, food, bell –to engage all of the senses).
Meditation as a form of worship.
Symbols and aid to worship e.g. prayer beads, prayer wheel, prayer flags.
Lotus flower.

Christmas: How and why is light important at Christmas? B, A, EoB
What does the light symbolise?
Christingle?
Why are these made?
What do they represent?
When are they made?
How are they used?
Christingle service.

Easter: How do Christians celebrate Easter? B, A, EoB
The cross, egg are symbols of Easter
Why do we have Easter egg?
Simnel cake.
11 balls-12 apostles minus Judas.

Enquiring, Investigating and Interpreting

  • To recognise that some questions about life are difficult to answer
  • To ask questions about their own and others’ feelings and experiences
  • To identify possible meanings for symbols and other forms of religious expression

Expression of Beliefs

Beliefs and Teachings(what people believe)

To retell religious stories and identify some religious beliefs and teachings

Christianity: What can we believe from visiting a church? A, EoB
What happens during a church service?
Commitment to faith-belonging.
First communion, adult baptism, confirmation, membership.

Christmas: How and why is light important at Christmas? B,A,EoB
What does the light symbolise?
Christingle?
What do they represent?
The star is a symbol used to show where Jesus was born.
Nativity story.

Easter: How do Christians celebrate Easter? B, A, EoB
People celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus at Easter-Easter story.

Islam: How do Muslims worship at home and at the mosque? A, B, EoB, IoB
When do Muslims go to mosque? A, B, EoB
Cover head and body (loose clothes).
Saying thanks to God before and after they eat.
Say thank you to God regularly.

Buddhism B: How do Buddhists show their beliefs and practice? B, A, EoB, IoB
How do Buddhists worship? B, A, EoB
Worship in the home-home shrine. (Statue of Buddha (rupa) or mandala, incense, candles, water, food, bell –to engage all of the senses).
Meditation as a form of worship.
Buddha’s life-his birth, growing up as Prince Siddharta – giving up his palace life to search for truth and an answer to suffering;

Practices and Lifestyles (what people do)

To identify some religious practices, and know that some are characteristic of more than one religion

Christianity: What can we believe from visiting a church? A, EoB
Commitment to faith-belonging.
First communion, adult baptism, confirmation, membership.

Christmas: How and why is light important at Christmas? B, A, EoB
Christians make Christingles and attend Christingle service.

Easter: How do Christians celebrate Easter? B, A, EoB
People celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus at Easter-Give eggs give cards.
celebrate together

Islam: How do Muslims worship at home and at the mosque? A, B, EoB, IoB
Pray at home (space).
Pray Five times a day.
Cover head and body (loose clothes).
Saying thanks to God before and after they eat.
Say thank you to God regularly.

Buddhism B: How do Buddhists show their beliefs and practice? B, A, EoB IoB
How do Buddhists worship? B, A, EoB
Meditation as a form of worship.
Symbols and aid to worship e.g. prayer beads, prayer wheel, prayer flags.
Lotus flower.

Expression and Language (how people express themselves)

To suggest meanings in religious symbols, language and stories

Christmas: The star is a symbol used to show where Jesus was born.

Easter: How do Christians celebrate Easter? B, A, EoB
The cross, egg are symbols of Easter

Islam: How do Muslims worship at home and at the mosque? A, B, EoB, IoB
Saying thanks to God before and after they eat.
Say thank you to God regularly.

Buddhism B: How do Buddhists show their beliefs and practice? B, A, EoB IoB
How do Buddhists worship? B, A, EoB
Meditation as a form of worship.
Symbols and aid to worship e.g. prayer beads, prayer wheel, prayer flags.
Lotus flower.

Impact of Beliefs

Identity and Experience (making sense of who we are)

To respond sensitively to the experiences and feelings of others, including those with a faith

Christianity: What can we learn from the story of St. Cuthbert? IoB
The impact of St Cuthbert upon Christians and why he is important to them.

Islam: How do Muslims worship at home and at the mosque? A, B, EoB, IoB
Say thank you to God regularly.

Buddhism B: How do Buddhists show their beliefs and practice? B,A, EoB IoB
Some show belonging and commitment (impact of belief) by living in communities (monastic communities), special clothing, shaven head, alms bowl.
Mutual support and responsibility.

Meaning and Purpose (making sense of life)

To realise that some questions that cause people to wonder are difficult to answer

Values and Commitments (making sense of right and wrong)

To respond sensitively to the values and concerns of others, including those with a faith, in relation to matters of right and wrong

KS2 Year 3

Authority and Beliefs

Thinking About Religion and Beliefs

  • To make links between beliefs, stories and practices
  • To identify the impacts of beliefs and practices on people’s lives
  • To identify similarities and differences between religions and beliefs

Christianity: What do Christians believe about Jesus? B, EoB, IoB
What do Christians believe about God? B, EoB, IoB
Jesus is the son of God
Jesus is a teacher-parables and stories, healer, miracle worker, one who helped, cared for others.
Love God love thy neighbour.
God came to earth through Jesus.

Islam: Why is Mohammed important to Muslims? A, B, IoB
Mohammed is the Prophet of Allah.
Tells God’s word (messenger).
Mohammed told God’s word and it was written into the Quran (by the scribes/companions).
Follow Gods word.
There are four important companions (like Jesus’ disciples).

Sikhism A: What do Sikhs believe? B, A
How do Sikhs express their belief? B, EoB, IoB
Sikhs believe in one God-creator of all things, the supreme truth-sustainer, without image, without fear, timeless.
Belief of equality-all humans are equal in the sight of God.
Belief in life after death.
What happens at the Amrit (initiation ceremony) ceremony? –shows commitment, belonging and religious identity.
What are the 5Ks and what do they mean?
What is the Guru Granth Sahib and how is it treated? (The importance of the holy book as a living Guru is shown through the way it is treated)
Who were the Sikh Gurus (10 human Gurus) and why are they important to Sikhs?
How do Sikhs worship in the Gurdwara?
To know about worship in the Gurdwara: removing shoes, covering head, singing, listening to hymns, prayers, role of Granthi, congregation/community (sangat).
Prashad.
Know about Guru Granth Sahib: how the importance of the holy book as a living guru is shown through the way it is treated (through ritual, ceremony, artefacts).

Christmas: How and why is Advent important to Christians B, A, EoB
What is Advent?
When does it begin?
What is remembered during the time of advent?
Advent is a period of preparation.
Each Sunday, four Sundays before Christmas, churches light an Advent candle, each representing how different Biblical figures prepared for God: the prophets, John the Baptist, the patriarchs, and Mary.
On Christmas Day a fifth candle is lit to symbolise Christ’s birth.

Easter: What do Christians remember on Palm Sunday? B, A, EoB
Jesus rode onto Jerusalem on a donkey-to honour him as king and messiah.
Palm crosses are given on Palm Sunday.

https://www.christianity.com/wiki/holidays/what-is-palm-sunday-and-why-do-christians-celebrate-it.html

Enquiring, Investigating and Interpreting

  • To investigate and connect features of religions and beliefs
  • To ask significant questions about religions and beliefs
  • To describe and suggest meanings for symbols and other forms of religious expression

Expression of Beliefs

Beliefs and Teachings (what people believe)

Christianity: What do Christians believe about Jesus? B, EoB, IoB
What do Christians believe about God? B, EoB, IoB
Jesus is the son of God Jesus is a teacher-parables and stories, healer, miracle worker, one who helped, cared for others.
Love God love thy neighbour.
God came to earth through Jesus.

Christmas: How and why is Advent important to Christians? B, A, EoB
Advent is a period of preparation.

Easter: What do Christians remember on Palm Sunday? B, A, EoB
Jesus rode onto Jerusalem on a donkey-to honour him as king and messiah.

Islam: Why is Mohammed important to Muslims? A, B, IoB
Mohammed told God’s word and it was written into the Quran (by the scribes/companions).
Follow Gods word.

Sikhism A: How do Sikhs express their belief? B, EoB, IoB
How do Sikhs worship in the Gurdwara?
To know about worship in the Gurdwara: removing shoes, covering head, singing, listening to hymns, prayers, role of Granthi, congregation/community (sangat).
Prashad.
Know about Guru Granth Sahib: how the importance of the holy book as a living guru is shown through the way it is treated (through ritual, ceremony, artefacts).

Practices and Lifestyles (what people do)

To describe how some features of religions studied are used or exemplified in festivals and practices

Christianity: What do Christians believe about Jesus? B, EoB, IoB
What do Christians believe about God? B, EoB, IoB
Jesus is a teacher-parables and stories, healer, miracle worker, one who helped, cared for others.
Love God love thy neighbour.
God is ever present.

Christmas: How and why is Advent important to Christians? B, A, EoB
Christmas – the practice of Advent and Epiphany
Churches light an Advent candle, each representing how different Biblical figures prepared for God: the prophets, John the Baptist, the patriarchs, and Mary.
On Christmas Day a fifth candle is lit to symbolise Christ’s birth.

Easter: What do Christians remember on Palm Sunday? B, A, EoB
Palm crosses are given on Palm Sunday.
Christians receive a palm cross on Palm Sunday.

Islam: Why is Mohammed important to Muslims? A, B, IoB
Read / learn the Quran-Follow Gods word.

Sikhism A: How do Sikhs express their belief? B, EoB, IoB
How beliefs of equality and service are expressed through the shared meal (langar).
What is the story of Baisakhi? (expression of belief through the celebration of Vaisakhi/ Baisakhi)

Expression and Language (how people express themselves)

Christmas: How and why is Advent important to Christians? B, A, EoB
Churches light an Advent candle
Christians have advent calendars / candles at home.

Easter: What do Christians remember on Palm Sunday? B, A, EoB
Christians receive a palm cross on Palm Sunday.

Islam: Why is Mohammed important to Muslims? A, B, IoB
Read / learn the Quran-Follow Gods word.

Sikhism A: How do Sikhs express their belief? B, EoB, IoB
Know about Guru Granth Sahib: how the importance of the holy book as a living guru is shown through the way it is treated (through ritual, ceremony, artefacts).

Impact of Beliefs

Identity and Experience(making sense of who we are)

To compare aspects of their own experiences and those of others, identifying what influences their lives

Christianity: What do Christians believe about Jesus? B, EoB, IoB
What do Christians believe about God? B, EoB, IoB
Jesus is a teacher-parables and stories, healer, miracle worker, one who helped, cared for others.
Love God love thy neighbour.

Islam: Why is Mohammed important to Muslims? A, B, IoB
Tells God’s word (messenger).
Mohammed told God’s word and it was written into the Quran (by the scribes/companions).
Follow Gods word.

Sikhism A: How do Sikhs express their belief? B, EoB, IoB
What happens at the Amrit (initiation ceremony) ceremony? –shows commitment, belonging and religious identity.
What are the 5 Ks and what do they mean?
Know about Guru Granth Sahib: how the importance of the holy book as a living guru is shown through the way it is treated (through ritual, ceremony, artefacts).

Meaning and Purpose (making sense of life)

To compare their own and other people’s ideas about questions that are difficult to answer

Values and Commitments (making sense of right and wrong)

To make links between values and commitments, including religious ones, and their own attitudes or behaviour.

KS2 Year 4

Authority and Belief

Thinking about Religion and Beliefs

  • To comment on connections between questions, beliefs, values and practices
  • To describe the impact of beliefs and practices on individuals, groups and communities
  • To describe similarities and differences within and between religions and beliefs

Christianity: What can we learn about Christian symbols and beliefs by visiting churches? B, A, EoB
Why symbols are there in church?
Why are the signs and symbols used?
What do they represent?
The nature of God as creator, ruler, provider, just loving, powerful, shown through metaphors for God: potter (shaping and moulding and creating), Father (caring, loving, protecting-parent, guidance), Rock (strong, strength, unmoving, firm), Shepherd (protector, guide, leader) , shield (protect, shelter, defend )
How building, symbolic objects and actions are used to express beliefs and feelings e.g. praying hands, kneeling, raised hands, liturgical colours, special clothes, cross, candle, the rosary, windows, banners,statues.
How Christians show commitment, belonging to faith community-regular church worship, voluntary work within the church, giving money (Sunday school, church organisations, charities).

Islam: How and why do Muslims pray? B, A, EoB.
Pray five times a day.
Routines and rituals of prayer (washing -wudu, men and women being separate).
Different prayers.
Face Meccah.
Prayer mats.
Call to prayer.
Optional prayer beads to count for extra prayer.
Have to know and read the first verse of the Quran.

Hinduism B: What can we learn by visiting a Mandir? B, A, EoB
How do Hindus show their beliefs? B, EoB
How and why do Hindus celebrate Holi? B, A, EoB
What is the mandir?
What is a mandir like?
Worship in the mandir: puja, arti, the role of the murtis (images), imagery and symbolism in the mandir, the importance of community worship.
One God-worshipped in many forms (refer back to prior learning in year 1).
Nature of God expressed in murtis, pictures, symbols, Aum. (Male, female, animal representations of God).
Trimrti (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva).
Concept of avatars-(Rama, Krishna).
and respect for all living things (ahimsa) has an impact on behaviour and actions e.g. vegetarianism / food laws (no beef-cow is holy).
Non-violence.
Belief in atman (individual soul), karma.
How a belief in karma has an impact on behaviour and actions e.g. seva (service for others).
(Possible link to prior learning idea –Buddhism, karma in year 2).

Christmas: Why do Christians call Jesus the light of the world? B, A, EoB
Why is Jesus the light of the world?
Why was Jesus created and born?
Why did God give him to the people of the World?
God came to earth in Jesus to give light to the world-to bring love and hope.

Christmas: is a festival of light, God illuminating the world with love and hope.
Have candles to show Jesus and God are the light of the world.

Easter: Why is Lent such an important period for Christians? B, A, EoB
What is Lent?
Why is an important period of time?
How long does it last (40 days)?
What do people do during Lent?

Enquiring, Investigating and Interpreting

  • To gather, select, and organise ideas about religion and belief
  • To suggest answers to some questions raised by the study of religions and beliefs
  • To suggest meanings for a range of forms of religious expression, using appropriate vocabulary

Expression of Beliefs

Beliefs and Teachings(what people believe)

To describe the key beliefs and teachings of the religions studied, connecting them accurately with other features of the religions making some comparisons between religions

Christianity: What can we learn about Christian symbols and beliefs by visiting churches? B, A, EoB
Understand why the metaphors (Potter, Father,Rock, Shepherd, and Shield) are used to describe God.
The nature of God as creator, ruler, provider, just loving, powerful, shown through metaphors for God: potter( shaping and moulding and creating), Father (caring, loving, protecting-parent, guidance), Rock (strong, strength, unmoving, firm), Shepherd (protector, guide, leader) ,shield (protect, shelter, defend )

Christmas: Why do Christians call Jesus the light of the world? B, A, EoB
Jesus is the light of the world?
God gave him to the people of the World?
God came to earth in Jesus to give light to the world-to bring love and hope.
Christmas is a festival of light, God illuminating the world with love and hope.

Easter: Why is Lent such an important period for Christians? B, A, EoB
People ‘give something up’ during the period of lent.

Islam: How and why do Muslims pray? B, A, EoB.
Pray five times a day.
Routines and rituals of prayer (washing -wudu, men and women being separate).
Different prayers.
Face Meccah.
Prayer mats.
Call to prayer.
Optional prayer beads to count for extra prayer.
Have to know and read the first verse of the Quran.

Hinduism B: What can we learn by visiting a Mandir? B, A, EoB
How do Hindus show their beliefs? B, EoB
Belief in atman (individual soul), karma.
How a belief in karma has an impact on behaviour andactions e.g. seva (service for others).
(Possible link to prior learning idea –Buddhism, karma in year 2).
How and why do Hindus celebrate Holi? B, A, EoB
How beliefs and feelings are expressed through the communal celebration of Holi (refer to prior learning of Diwali-Year 1).
What is Holi?
What is being celebrated?
When is the celebration?

Practices and Lifestyles (what people do)

To show understanding of the ways of belonging to religions and what these involve

Christianity: What can we learn about Christian symbols and beliefs by visiting churches? B, A, EoB
How building, symbolic objects and actions are used to express beliefs and feelings e.g. praying hands, kneeling, raised hands, liturgical colours, special clothes, cross, candle, the rosary, windows, banners, statues.
How Christians show commitment, belonging to faith community-regular church worship, voluntary work within the church, giving money (Sunday school, church organisations, charities).

Christmas: Why do Christians call Jesus the light of the world? B, A, EoB
Have candles to show Jesus and God are the light of the world.
Candles for Christmas and advent.

Easter: The practice of Lent-give something up for the period of lent (usually something that they enjoy-making it a challenge).

Islam: How and why do Muslims pray? B, A, EoB.
Pray five times a day.
Routines and rituals of prayer (washing -wudu, men and women being separate).
Different prayers.
Face Meccah.
Prayer mats.
Optional prayer beads to count for extra prayer.
Have to know and read the first verse of the Quran.

Hinduism B: How do Hindus show their beliefs? B, EoB
Ahimsa-respect for forms of life.
How belief and respect for all living things (ahimsa) has an impact on behaviour and actions e.g. vegetarianism / food laws (no beef-cow is holy).
Non-violence.

Expression and Language (how people express themselves)

To show, using technical terminology, how religious beliefs, ideas and feelings can be expressed in a variety of forms, giving meanings for some symbols, stories and language

Christmas: Christmas is a festival of light, God illuminating the world with love and hope.
Have candles to show Jesus and God are the light of the world.
Candles for Christmas and advent.

Easter: The practice of Lent-give something up for the period of lent (usually something that they enjoy-making it a challenge).

Islam: How and why do Muslims pray? B, A, EoB.
Pray five times a day.
Routines and rituals of prayer (washing -wudu, men and women being separate).
Different prayers. Have to know and read the first verse of the Quran.

Hinduism B: How and why do Hindus celebrate Holi? B,A, EoB
How beliefs and feelings are expressed through the communal celebration of Holi (refer to prior learning of Diwali-Year 1).
What is Holi?
What is being celebrated?
When is the celebration?

Impact of Beliefs

Identity and Experience (making sense of who we are)

To ask questions about the significant experiences of key figures from religions studied and suggest answers from own and others’ experiences, including believers

Christianity: How Christians show commitment, belonging to faith community – regular church worship, voluntary work within the church, giving money (Sunday school, church organisations, charities).

Islam: How and why do Muslims pray? B, A, EoB.
Pray five times a day.
Have to know and read the first verse of the Quran.

Hinduism B: How do Hindus show their beliefs? B, EoB
Ahimsa-respect for forms of life.
How belief and respect for all living things (ahimsa) has an impact on behaviour and actions e.g. vegetarianism / food laws (no beef-cow is holy).
Non-violence.
Belief in atman (individual soul), karma.
How a belief in karma has an impact on behaviour and actions e.g. seva (service for others).
(Possible link to prior learning idea –Buddhism, karma in year 2).

Meaning and Purpose (making sense of life)

To ask questions about puzzling aspects of life and experiences and suggest answers, making reference to the teaching of religions studied

Values and Commitments (making sense of right and wrong)

To ask questions about matters of right and wrong and suggest answers that show understanding of moral and religious issues

KS2 Year 5

Authority and Beliefs

Thinking about Religion and Beliefs

To explain connections between questions, beliefs, values and practices in different belief systems -To recognise and explain the impact of beliefs and ultimate questions on individuals and communities -To explain how and why differences in belief are expressed.

Christianity: What can we learn about Christian faith through studying the lives of Northern Saints? IoB
Who were the Northern saints?
What are they important?
What did they do?
Stories about the northern saints-how their faith affected their lives and their significance then and now e.g. St. Cuthbert, St Aidan, Venerable Bede and St. Hild.
What is their relevance to Christians today?

Islam: Why is the Qur’an important to Muslims? B, A
What can we learn from visiting a mosque? B, A, EoB
Qur’an is respected – high shelf.
Not allowed to be on the floor.
Some people wrap it.
Most people have a stand for it.
Teachings from Allah.
Time clocks – follow the clocks for prayer times-pray five times a day.
Kaba –God’s house
Prayer mats face Kaba – it is a carpet of prayer mats.
Simple, no furniture
Storage space for shoes-take off their shoes

Non-religious: What does a being a ‘good person’ mean? B, EoB IoB
Why should people care for others? B, IoB, EoB
Why should people care for the environment? B, IoB, EoB
Humanism is a philosophy or a way of thinking about the world. Humanism is a set of ethics or ideas about how people should live and act.
People who hold this set of ethics are called humanists. Humanists prefer critical thinking and evidence (rationalism and empiricism) over acceptance of dogma or superstition.
Views held by many humanists include: Humans deserve respect. Every human should be treated with respect and allowed to have dignity. If all people act with respect for others, then people will live in peace and trust.
People should all be able to decide how they want to live their lives. They should use reasoning to make decisions and solve problems.
Humanists decide what choices are good by whether those choices will help make human life better and the world around them.
Explore the questions – why should we care for others? (What would good people do? Why?)
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Christmas: What are the themes ofChristmas? B, A, EoB
Nativity-the story of Jesus’ birth.
Christmas story shows the vulnerability of human existence and the delicacy of faith, represented in a baby lying in a manger, surrounded by shepherds and strangers.
It reminds Christians that life is vulnerable and precious; yet even on the edge of community and the edge of life, God is present.
Advent – preparation for Jesus’ birth.
Candles – light of the world-God coming to Earth through Jesus.
Carols – sing and celebrate the messages of Christmas.
Gifts-sharing love,

Easter: Why is the Last Supper so important to Christians? B,A,EoB
When during holy week does the last supper take place?
Maundy Thursday (Holy Thursday).
The story of the last supper.
Why was there a ‘Last supper’?
Who was at the last supper?
What happened at the ‘last Supper’?
During the meal Jesus predicts his betrayal by one of the apostles present, and foretells that before the next morning, Peter will thrice deny knowing him.
First Eucharist performed by Jesus.:

Enquiring, Investigation and Interpreting

  • To suggest lines of enquiry to address questions raised by the study of religions and beliefs
  • To suggest answers to questions raised by the study of religions and beliefs, using relevant sources and evidence
  • To recognise and explain diversity within religious expression, using appropriate concepts

Expression of Beliefs

Beliefs and Teachings (what people believe)

To explain how some beliefs and teachings are shared by different religions and how they make a difference to the lives of individuals and communities

Christianity:

Christmas: What are the themes of Christmas? B, A, EoB
Nativity-the story of Jesus’ birth.
Christmas story shows the vulnerability of human existence and the delicacy of faith, represented in a baby lying in a manger, surrounded by shepherds and strangers.
It reminds Christians that life is vulnerable and precious; yet even on the edge of community and the edge of life, God is present.
Advent-preparation for Jesus’ birth.
Candles-light of the world-God coming to Earth through Jesus.

Easter: Why is the Last Supper so important to Christians? B, A, EoB
The story of the last supper.
During the meal Jesus predicts his betrayal by one of the apostles present, and foretells that before the next morning, Peter will thrice deny knowing him.
First Eucharist performed by Jesus.

Islam: Why is the Qur’an important to Muslims? B, A
What can we learn from visiting a mosque? B, A, EoB
Qur’an is respected -high shelf.
Not allowed to be on the floor. Some people wrap it.
Most people have a stand for it.
Teachings from Allah.
Kaba –God’s house
Prayer mats face Kaba-it is a carpet of prayer mats.

Non-religious: What does a being a ‘good person’ mean? B, EoB IoB
Why should people care for others? B, IoB, EoB
Why should people care for the environment? B, IoB, EoB
Humanism is a philosophy or a way of thinking about the world. Humanism is a set of ethics or ideas about how people should live and act.
People who hold this set of ethics are called humanists.
Humanists prefer critical thinking and evidence (rationalism and empiricism) over acceptance of dogma or superstition.
Views held by many humanists include: Humans deserve respect. Every human should be treated with respect and allowed to have dignity.
If all people act with respect for others, then people will live in peace and trust.

Practices and Lifestyles

To explain how selected features of religious life and practice make a
difference to the lives of individuals and communities

Christmas: What are the themes of Christmas? B, A, EoB.
Advent- preparation for Jesus’ birth.
Candles- light of the world- God coming to
Earth through Jesus.
Carols- sing and celebrate the messages of Christmas.
Gifts- sharing love

Easter: Why is the Last Supper so important to Christians? B, A, EoB
Remember and tell the story of the last supper.
First Eucharist performed by Jesus (Eucharist performed in church).

Islam: Why is the Qur’an important to Muslims? B,A
What can we learn from visiting a mosque? B, A, EoB
Qur’an is respected – high shelf.
Not allowed to be on the floor. Some people wrap it.
Most people have a stand for it.
Teachings from Allah.
Time clocks- follow the clocks for prayer times- pray five times a day.
Prayer mats face Kaba- it is a carpet of prayer mats.
Storage space for shoes- take off their shoes

Non-religious: What does a being a ‘good person’ mean? B, EoB IoB
Why should people care for others? B, IoB, EoB
Why should people care for the environment? B, IoB, EoB
Views held by many humanists include: Humans deserve respect. Every human should be treated with respect and allowed to have dignity. If all people act with respect for others, then people will live in peace and trust.
People should all be able to decide how they want to live their lives. They should use reasoning to make decisions and solve problems.
Humanists decide what choices are good by whether those choices will help make human life better and the world around them.
Explore the questions- why should we care for others? (What would good people do? Why?)
Why should people care for the environment?

Expression and Language (how people express themselves)

To explain how some forms of religious expression are used differently by individuals and communities

Christmas: What are the themes of Christmas? B, A, EoB
Nativity-the story of Jesus’ birth.
Candles-light of the world-God coming to Earth through Jesus.
Carols-sing and celebrate the messages of Christmas.
Gifts-sharing love

Easter: Why is the Last Supper so important to Christians? B, A, EoB
First Eucharist performed by Jesus (Eucharist performed in church).

Islam: Why is the Qur’an important to Muslims? B, A
What can we learn from visiting a mosque? B, A, EoB
Qur’an is respected -Teachings from Allah.
Time clocks-follow the clocks for prayer times-pray five times a day.
Prayer mats face Kaba-it is a carpet of prayer mats.

Non-religious: What does a being a ‘good person’ mean? B, EoB IoB
Why should people care for others? B, IoB, EoB
Why should people care for the environment? B, IoB, EoB
Humanists decide what choices are good by whether those choices will help make human life better and the world around them.
Explore the questions-why should we care for others? (What would good people do? Why?)
Why should people care for the environment?

Impact of Beliefs

Identity and Experience (making sense of who we are)

To make informed responses to questions of identity and experience in the light of their learning

Christianity: What can we learn about Christian faith through studying the lives of Northern Saints? IoB
Who were the Northern saints?
What are they important?
What did they do?
Stories about the northern saints-how their faith affected their lives and their significance then and now e.g. St. Cuthbert, St Aidan, Venerable Bede and St. Hild.
What is their relevance to Christians today?

Islam: Why is the Qur’an important to Muslims? B, A
What can we learn from visiting a mosque? B, A, EoB
Qur’an is respected
Teachings from Allah.
Why is the Qur’an so important and respected?
Time clocks-follow the clocks for prayer times-pray five times a day.
Kaba –God’s house
Prayer mats face Kaba

Non-religious: What does a being a ‘good person’ mean? B, EoB IoB
Why should people care for others? B, IoB, EoB
Why should people care for the environment? B, IoB, EoB
Humanists decide what choices are good by whether those choices will help make human life better and the world around them.
Explore the questions – why should we care for others? (What would good people do? Why?)
Why should people care for the environment?

Meaning and Purpose (making sense of life)

To make informed responses to questions of meaning and purpose in the light of their learning

Values and Commitments (making sense of right and wrong)

To make informed responses to people’s values and commitments (including religious ones) in the light of their learning

KS2 Year 6

Authority and Belief

Thinking About Religion and Beliefs

  • To use religious and philosophical terminology and concepts to explain religions, beliefs and value systems
  • To explain some of the challenges offered by the variety of religions and beliefs in the contemporary world
  • To explain the reasons for, and effects of, diversity within and between religions, beliefs and cultures.

Christianity: What do we know about Christianity?
Y6 bridging unit. B, A, EoB, IoB.
God is ever present
Understand the Trinity (Father, Son, Holy spirit).
The wafer represents the body of Christ.
The wine represents the blood of Christ
Belonging to the faith-prayers, pilgrimage.
How Christian values will affect views on moral issues e.g. the environment.
Helping and caring for others and charity work.

Islam: How do Muslims express beliefs? B, EoB, IoB.
What can we learn about the five pillars? B, EoB
Shaada –Declaration of FaithSalat –PrayerZakat – Charity (only for rich people, 2.5% of savings to poor people)
Sawm –Fasting Ramadan – Festival of Fasting (Eid Ul Fitr) – not allowed to eat during day light.
Hajj –Pilgrimage to Meccah (Eid Al Hajr –to feed the poor people –buy a cow, share with family and poor people)
Hajj –should be completed once in your life time.
You need to save money so may only be once in your life)

Judaism: Why is the Torah important? A, B, EoB
Why do Jewish people remember Moses? A, B, EoB, IoB.
How are Jewish beliefs expressed in Sukkot and Pesach? A, B, EoB
The Torah-sacred scrolls, how are they read?
Treated with respect (their place use and significance in the synagogue).
The giving of the Torah to Moses on Mt Sinai10 commandments; 613 commandments (mitzvah).
Synagogue is a place of worship, education and community.
Importance of Moses-chosen by God-the burning bush, leading the Israelites out of Egypt (Passover), receiving the 10 commandments.
Daily prayers including the significance of kippah, tallit.
What is Sukkot and Pesach (Passover)?
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Pesach-celebration ofthe story of Exodus.
Pesach-seder (meal) seder plate-six items.
Matzah, wine.
Sukkot-giving thanks for the autumn harvest.

Christmas: What do the Gospels tell us about the birth of Jesus? B, A, EoB
Who are the Gospels? (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John).Matthew and Luke are correct in regard to their accounts of Jesus’ birth.
Their different but complimentary writings not only shows their record was true (and not simply copied) but gives us added details regarding one of the greatest events in the Bible
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Easter: Why are Good Friday and Easter Day the most important days for Christians? B, A, EoB
Jesus died on the cross and rose again on Easter Sunday
Holy week marks the festival and the events of Easter.
What are the events and significance of the events in Holy Week?

Enquiring Investigating and Interpreting

  • To identify the influences on, and distinguish between, different viewpoints within religions and beliefs
  • To interpret religions and beliefs from different perspectives
  • To interpret the significance and impact of different forms of religious and spiritual expression

Expression of Beliefs

Beliefs and Teachings (what people believe)

To make comparisons between the key beliefs, teachings and practices of the Christian faith and other faiths studied, using a wide range of appropriate language and vocabulary

Christianity: What do we know about Christianity?
Y6 bridging unit. B, A, EoB, IoB.
God is ever present
Understand the Trinity (Father, Son, Holy spirit).
The wafer represents the body of Christ.
The wine represents the blood of Christ
Belonging to the faith-prayers, pilgrimage.

Christmas: What do the Gospels tell us about the birth of Jesus? B, A, EoB
In Jesus’ birth and the different but complimentary writings shows their (the Gospels) record was true (and not simply copied) but gives us added details regarding one of the greatest events in the Bible

Easter: Why are Good Friday and Easter Day the most important days for Christians? B, A, EoB
Jesus is the son of God.
The death and resurrection of Jesus and its meaning to Christians. Why did God let this happen to his son?

Islam: How do Muslims express beliefs? B, EoB, IoB.
What can we learn about the five pillars? B, EoB
Shaada –Declaration of Faith
Salat –Prayer
Zakat –Charity (only for rich people, 2.5% of savings to poor people) Sawm –Fasting Ramadan -Festival of Fasting (Eid Ul Fitr) –not allowed to eat during day light.
Hajj –Pilgrimage to Meccah (Eid Al Hajr –to feed the poor people –buy a cow, share with family and poor people)
Hajj –should be completed once in your life time.
You need to save money so may only be once in your life)

Judaism: Why is the Torah important? A, B, EoB
Why do Jewish people remember Moses? A, B, EoB, IoB.
How are Jewish beliefs expressed in Sukkot and Pesach? A, B, EoB
The Torah-treated with respect (their place use and significance in the synagogue).
The giving of the Torah to Moses on Mt Sinai
10 commandments; 613 commandments (mitzvah).
Synagogue is a place of worship, education and community.
Importance of Moses-chosen by God-the burning bush, leading the Israelites out of Egypt (Passover), receiving the 10 commandments.
Daily prayers including the significance of kippah, tallit.
Pesach-celebration of the story of Exodus.
Pesach-seder (meal) seder plate-six items.
Matzah, wine.
Sukkot-giving thanks for the autumn harvest.

Practices and Lifestyle (what people do)

To explain in detail the significance of Christian practices, and those of other faiths studied, to the lives of individuals and communities

Christianity: Know the places Christians like to visit.
Know why these places are significant to Christians – pilgrimage.
Pilgrimage – why do people completed pilgrimages?

Christmas: What do the Gospels tell us about the birth of Jesus? B, A, EoB
Celebrate Jesus’ birth and the different but complimentary writings of the event (the Gospels) regarding one of the greatest events in the Bible – celebrate the birth of Jesus and attend services of worship.
Midnight mass on Christmas Eve.

Easter: Why are Good Friday and Easter Day the most important days for Christians? B, A, EoB
Celebration-Holy week-the lead up to Easter Sunday.
What Christians do to mark the events of Holy Week?
The death and resurrection of Jesus and its meaning to Christians.
God sacrificed his son?

Islam: How do Muslims express beliefs? B, EoB, IoB.
What can we learn about the five pillars? B, EoB
Ramadan -Festival of Fasting (Eid Ul Fitr) –not allowed to eat during day light.
Hajj –Pilgrimage to Meccah (Eid Al Hajr –to feed the poor people –buy a cow, share with family and poor people)
Hajj – should be completed once in your life time.
You need to save money so may only be once in your life)

Judaism: Why is the Torah important? A, B, EoB
Why do Jewish people remember Moses? A, B, EoB, IoB.
How are Jewish beliefs expressed in Sukkot and Pesach? A, B, EoB
The Torah-treated with respect (their place use and significance in the synagogue).
Synagogue is a place of worship, education and community.
Daily prayers including the significance of kippah, tallit.
Pesach-celebration of the story of Exodus.
Pesach-seder (meal) seder plate-six items.
Matzah, wine.
Sukkot-giving thanks for the autumn harvest.

Expression and Language (how people express themselves)

To compare the different ways in which people of faith communities express their faith

Christmas: What do the Gospels tell us about the birth of Jesus? B, A, EoB
Celebrate Jesus’ birth and the different but complimentary writings of the event (the Gospels) regarding one of the greatest events in the Bible – creates the story of the birth of Jesus.

Easter: Why are Good Friday and Easter Day the most important days for Christians? B, A, EoB
The death and resurrection of Jesus and its meaning to Christians.
God sacrificed his son?
Celebration-Holy week-the lead up to Easter Sunday.
What Christians do to mark the events of Holy Week?

Islam: Pilgrimage-why do people completed pilgrimages?
Hajj-pilgrimage one in a life time.
Once of the Five Pillars of Islam.

Judaism: Why is the Torah important? A, B, EoB
Why do Jewish people remember Moses? A, B, EoB, IoB.
How are Jewish beliefs expressed in Sukkot and Pesach? A, B, EoB
The Torah-Synagogue is a place of worship, education and community.
Pesach-celebration of the story of Exodus.
Pesach-seder (meal) seder plate-six items.
Matzah, wine.
Sukkot-giving thanks for the autumn harvest.
Belonging to faith community and care for others e.g. tzedaka –charity.
Caring for those in the community, Mitzvah Day.

Impact of Beliefs

Identity and Experience (making sense of who we are)

To discuss and express their views on some fundamental questions of identity, meaning, purpose and morality related to Christianity and other faiths

Christianity: What do we know about Christianity?
Y6 bridging unit. B, A, EoB, IoB.
How Christian values will affect views on moral issues e.g. the environment.
Helping and caring for others and charity work.

Islam: How do Muslims express beliefs? B, EoB, IoB.
Hajj –Pilgrimage to Meccah (Eid Al Hajr –to feed the poor people –buy a cow, share with family and poor people)
Hajj –should be completed once in your life time.
You need to save money so may only be once in your life)
Lead your life as a good person and the teachings of their faith.

Judaism: Why is the Torah important? A, B, EoB
Why do Jewish people remember Moses? A,B, EoB, IoB.
How are Jewish beliefs expressed in Sukkot and Pesach? A, B, EoB
Jewish laws including The 10 commandments; the impact on an individual and community life.
Daily prayers including the significance of kippah, tallit.
How Jewish people show commitment, belonging to faith community and care for others e.g. tzedaka –charity.
Caring for those in the community, Mitzvah Day.

Meaning and Purpose (making sense of life)

To express their views on some fundamental questions of identity, meaning, purpose and morality related to Christianity and other faiths

Values and Commitments (making sense of right and wrong)

To make informed responses to people’s values and commitments (including religious ones) in the light of their learning They will use different techniques to reflect deeply

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