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Religious Education

 

Religious Education develops pupils’ knowledge and understanding of religion and their ability to respond to different religions presented in Great Britain. By exploring issues within and across faiths, pupils learn to understand and respect different religions, beliefs, values and traditions and their influence on individuals, societies, communities and cultures.

 

The Agreed Syllabus of Religious Education seeks to support children in Rochdale in reflecting upon, developing and affirming their own beliefs, values and attitudes through an exploration of shared human experiences and of the place and significance of religion in the contemporary world. In order that such an aim is fulfilled, the programme of Religious Education will provide pupils with an opportunity to:

(i) develop principles for distinguishing right from wrong.

(ii) promote equality of opportunity and enable pupils to challenge discrimination and stereotyping

(iii) develop pupils’ ability to relate to others and work for the common good..

(iv) respond positively to opportunities and responsibilities, to manage risk and to cope with change throughout their lives

(v) approach with sensitivity and respect the beliefs, actions and feelings of other believers.

(vi) appreciate relationships between personal and shared religion.

(vii) develop appropriate ways of communicating their own thoughts, feelings and responses.

(viii) apply the insights derived from the process of Religious Education to the development of their own beliefs, values and attitudes.

(ix) develop pupils’ skills of enquiry and response through the use of distinctive language, listening and empathy.

 

 

An overview of R.E. topics covered across each year group can be viewed below.

NC

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Reception

F5: Where do we belong?

F2: Which people are special and why?

F4: Which times are special and why?

F6: What is special about our world?

F4: Which times are special and why?

F3: Which places are special and why?

F1: Which stories are special and why?

Year 1

Key Question: 1:7

What does it mean to belong to a faith community?

Religion: Christianity/Islam

Key Question: (D.RE)

What gift would I have given to Jesus if he had been born in my town, not Bethlehem?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: 1:1

Who is a Christian and what do they believe?

 

Religion: Christianity

(Spring 1 continued)

Key Question: (D.RE)

Why was Jesus welcomed like a king or celebrity by the crowds on Palm Sunday?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: 1:5

What makes some places sacred?

 

Religion: Christianity

VISIT

Key Question: 1:5

What makes some places sacred?

 

Religion: Islam

Year 2

Key Question: 1:4

What can we learn from sacred books?

Religion: Christianity/Islam

Key Question: (D.RE)

Why did God give Jesus to the world?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: 1:4/1:3

What can we learn from sacred books?

Who is Jewish and what do they believe?

Religion: Judaism

VISIT

Key Question: (D.RE)

Why was Jesus welcomed like a king or celebrity by the crowds on Palm Sunday?

Religion: Christianity

 

Key Question: 1:2

Who is a Muslim and what do they believe?

Religion: Islam

 

Key Question: 1:2

Who is a Muslim and what do they believe?

Religion: Islam

 

Year 3

Key Question: (L2:2)

Why is the Bible important to Christians?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (D. RE)

Has Christmas lost its true meaning?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (L2:1)

What do people believe about God?

Religion: All

Key Question: (D.RE)

What is ‘good’ about Good Friday?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (L2:4)

Why do people pray?

Religion: All

VISIT

Key Question: (L2:7)

What does it mean to be a Christian today?

Religion: Christianity

Year 4

Key Question: (L2:3)

Why is Jesus inspiring to some people?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (D.RE)

What is the most significant part of the nativity story for Christians today?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (L2:9)

What can we learn from religions about deciding what is right and wrong?

Religion: All

Key Question: (D.RE)

Is forgiveness always possible?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (L2:8)

What does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today?

Religion: Hinduism

Key Question: (L2:6)

Why do some people think that life is a journey?

Religion: All

Year 5

Key Question: (U2:2)

What would Jesus do? Can we live by the values of Jesus in the 21st century?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (D.RE)

Is the Christmas story true?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (U2:4)

If God is everywhere, why go to a place of worship?

Religion: All

Key Question: (D.RE)

Did God intend Jesus to be crucified?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (U2:6)

What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?

Religion: Islam

Key Question: (U2:1)

Why do some people believe God exists?

Religion: Christianity/Humanist

Year 6

Key Question: (U2:3)

What do religions say to us when life gets hard?

Religion: All

Key Question: (D.RE)

How significant is it that Mary was Jesus’ mother?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (U2:7)

What matters most to Christians and Humans?

Religion: Christianity/Humanist

Key Question: (D.RE)

Is Christianity still a strong religion 2000 years after Jesus was on earth?

Religion: Christianity

Key Question: (U2:8)

What difference does it make to believe in Ahimsa, Grace and Ummah?

Religion: All

Key Question: (U2:5)

Is it better to express your religion in arts and architecture or in charity and generosity?

Religion: All

 

 

R.E. Blog

Below is a selection of blog posts from the school blog linked to the work children have enjoyed in this subject.