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1 St Mary s Bryanston Square CE Primary School Religious Education Policy December 2016 Excellence with compassion Love your neighbour as yourself Mark Our Vision To provide an excellent learning environment, which promotes achievement in every area, and nurtures the social, emotional and spiritual well-being of the whole school community. 1

2 1. THE AIMS OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AT ST MARY S SCHOOL (Why do we do it?) Through the teaching of Religious Education, we seek to address children s understanding of themselves and of others, to prepare them for life in an ever-changing world. It is distinct from, but enhanced by, the school s programme for Collective Worship. Our core aims are: A. to nurture pupils spiritual development so that children: develop a secure sense of identity and belonging engage with questions of meaning and purpose in life explore the feelings, behaviour, life choices and difficulties they encounter gain a deep understanding of God and role faith plays in life have opportunities for awe, wonder and mystery B. to develop pupils religious literacy so that children: are prepared for life as citizens in a multi-faith society understand what the core teachings and practices of Christianity and other principal religions/ world views represented in Great Britain are, and what they are not can interact respectfully with people of all faiths or world views, whilst retaining an understanding of the distinctive nature of their own and others beliefs can explore issues within and between faiths to help them understand different religions, beliefs, values and traditions understand how people s religious or non-religious beliefs impact on individuals, societies, communities and cultures C. to secure a deep theological understanding of the Christian faith of the school as understood by St Mary s Bryanston Square Church, and the practices of the Church of England, so that children: know what Christians believe about God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and the difference He makes to the lives of believers have a good knowledge of the Bible and can make links between Biblical texts and behaviour know that there are special times in the Church s year, and particular practices which help Christians worship and live out their faith understand their intrinsic value as made in the image of God, and the value of others who they should love as themselves D. to make learning from and about religions enjoyable and interesting, so that children: form positive attitudes about the practice of faith see reflection and thinking deeply about themselves and their lives as a meaningful activity, which supports their mental health and emotional well-being love learning, and develop the curiosity to keep learning beyond St Mary s school Christian Values in Religious Education Our 6 core Christian Values have been agreed through discussion with the whole school community, and are designed to include the whole school community, whilst also remaining distinctively Christian. This is shown in the way they are underpinned by Biblical texts, which are reinforced through Worship, displays and celebrations of children s behaviour. It is expected that teachers will make reference to these when teaching Religious Education as appropriate. We study each value in depth half-termly through Collective Worship. 2

3 Curiosity - Let the wise listen and add to their learning. Proverbs 1:5 Love - Now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love. 1 Corinthians 13:13 Respect - And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them. Luke 6:31 Forgiveness - For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. Matthew 6:4 Honesty - Whatever is true, whatever is honourable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. Philippians 4:8 Feeling Safe - They will live safety, and no one will make them afraid. Ezekiel 34:28 2. PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT (What do we do?) Early Years The teaching of Religious Education in the EYFS centres mainly around the children themselves: who they are, who is special to them and the families and communities they belong to. They learn about different religious festivals, a range of Biblical and other religious stories, and begin to learn who Jesus is. Delivery of RE is usually through either circle times or through play activities throughout the day, both planned and child-initiated. The new LDBS scheme of work is due to be implemented for F2 (Reception) in September Key Stage 1 RE in Key Stage 1 is taught weekly by class teachers, according to the school scheme of work. RE is taught for at least 1 hour a week (ie 5% of curriculum time), and is discrete from Collective Worship. There may also be opportunities for cross-curricular learning across the curriculum. This should be in addition to the weekly RE lesson. Children share their experiences of faith and belonging, learn about the place of prayer in religion, understand the role of the Church and learn the significance of major religious festivals. Two thirds of RE teaching in KS1 is Christian. Islam, Judaism and Hinduism are also studied. There is a balance between learning about religions, and also learning from religions, with an emphasis on children learning how to think for themselves based on what they have understood about faith. For , some units from the new LDBS scheme of work are being trialled in classes, with full implementation planned for September Key Stage 2 RE in Key Stage 2 is taught weekly by class teachers, or school support teachers, according to the school scheme of work. RE is taught for at least 1 hour 20 minutes a week (ie 5% of curriculum time), and is discrete from Collective Worship. Children learn more about Jesus as the central figure of Christianity and about other key religious leaders, about the role of Sacred Texts within religions, about the history and significance of the Church and other places of worship, and about sacraments and rites of passage. Christianity forms thirds of what is studied, both in discrete Christian units and through thematic units such as The Journey of Life and Death. Due to the religious make-up of our school, the children are taught for a whole term (2 half terms) on Islam, and study Judaism at both lower and upper KS2. There is a balance between learning about religions, and also learning from religions, with an emphasis on children learning how to think for themselves based on what they have understood about faith and understanding the similarities and differences between religions to encourage our school values of love, honesty and respect. For , some units from the new LDBS scheme of work are being trialled in classes, with full implementation planned for September

4 Assessment In the Nursery and Reception classes (F1 and F2) the Early Years Profile is used as a means of recording significant achievement in relation to the EYFS Curriculum. Assessment is through the areas of UTW and PSED in the EYFS profile. From January 2017 F2 (Reception) will also record assessments through the school s RE assessment system. From Year 1 to Year 6, teacher assessment, based on the national I Can statements (which incorporate both learning about and learning from RE), is recorded on the school s RE assessment grids. These should be updated three times a year (termly) and can be found on the network in Assessment and Test data/ 2015 Life After Levels/ RE. Teachers should use these grids to conduct a gap analysis to see which areas the children are weaker in, so that they can plan accordingly. It is important to note that RE is unlike any other subject; what we are assessing is not just content, knowledge or skills, but the children s ability to apply what they have learnt to their own lives and their on-going spiritual development. Assessment systems are a tool to underpin this, but examples of children s work, displays and conversations with pupils are just as valid. Teachers are encouraged to use post-it notes to capture pupils responses to RE, as these are often in the moment and not at convenient assessment times! Progress is tracked through the school by SLT using both pupil data, and the qualitative evidence from books and reflections, to ensure that standards are high. Pupils learning in RE is reported at the end of the year in the annual report to parents. Teachers will employ Assessment for Learning techniques throughout their teaching of RE to enable the children to make at least good progress. 3. MONITORING THE QUALITY OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (How do we know?) RE is monitored as part of the school s yearly monitoring cycle to ensure high quality teaching and learning. Where possible, staff are involved in this process so it is developmental, not critical. Eg Work scrutiny in INSET meetings, for staff to learn from each other s practice. Scheduled monitoring is as follows: Medium term (half-termly) planning is monitored by: SLT Weekly planning is monitored by: ARTS team leader and SLT as part of SLT monitoring schedule; RE Subject Leader as part of termly subject leader monitoring Children s books are monitored: termly by the RE Subject Leader + additional checks by SLT according to monitoring schedule Quality of teaching is monitored by Learning Walks and Lesson observations by: SLT/ RE Subject Leader Governors/ LDBS 4. EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES/ WITHDRAWAL Teachers should be aware of the different religious and faith groups represented in their class. This is a key strength of our school and can be an invaluable resource for teaching. In all discussions about faith and religion we always speak respectfully, whilst recognising that there are differences in what different children (and staff) believe. This is a subject to which children can respond with knowledge and interest, even when they have newly arrived in the country with little or no English. Visual and hands-on activities as well as art, music and drama can be very helpful to support EAL children with their spiritual development and understanding of faith. Therefore creativity is central to much of the work done in this subject. Religious Education is a subject which is especially important for children with Special Educational Needs, as it directly addresses issues such as equal opportunities and self esteem, and invites personal responses. In this subject, success should be genuinely independent from attainment in formal curriculum skills. 4

5 As a Church of England School, we see Religious Education as a crucial element of promoting the community cohesion we value so highly, and it is our aim that all the children in our care will participate in the RE lessons we provide. However, we do appreciate that parents have the legal right to withdraw their children from Religious Education, including trips, and we respect that right. We would always ask parents with a concern in this area to discuss the matter with the Headteacher. Reviewed and amended December 2016 For approval by GB in March 2016 RE Subject Leader: Emily Norman Responsible Governor: Revd Ben Jones Responsible Committee: Community and Values 5

6 Key Concepts in Christianity St Mary s Bryanston Square Christians believe that: 1. TRINITY God is 3 in 1; God the Father, the creator of the universe, God the Son (Jesus) who came to earth in human form, God the Holy Spirit, who lives inside Christians giving them the power they need to live their lives. 2. CREATION God created the world; everything he made was good and perfect. He made people in His own image, therefore they are expected to love and value everyone. 3. OLD TESTAMENT SIN People are created with free will and don t always choose to be friends with God. Anything that gets in the way of our friendship with God is called sin. The consequence of sin is being disconnected from God. Adam was the first person to sin in the Bible. BLESSING God chose a special person (Abraham) and his family/ descendants (Israel) to bless all people and help them to be friends with God. He promised that if they did this, he would also bless them. LAW God gave his people laws (10 Commandments) to show them how they should act if they wanted to be friends with God, because they had gone their own way. 4. JESUS = God sent His son, Jesus, to bring people back into friendship with God and to show people what God is like. LIFE = He showed us how to live a perfect life, so we would know how to live, too. = He died on a cross to demonstrate the extent of God s love for us, showing that people could be forgiven for their sin whatever they had done. He rose again to show God s power over death, and lives forever in heaven. Anyone can become a Christian by believing in Jesus and saying sorry for their sin (ie going away from God and his ways). Anyone can be forgiven, whatever they have done. 5. HOLY SPIRIT God sent the Holy Spirit to earth to live inside believers so that they could participate with God in spreading His word to people all over the world. The Holy Spirit guides Christians and changes them so that they become more holy (like God), and gives them the power they need to change and influence the world around them. 6. Prayer is how Christians talk to God and hear from Him like having a conversation with a friend. They can ask God to help them in difficult situations and to give them what they need. Worship is living our lives in a way that puts God first; often they sing and read the Bible to help them to do this. The Holy Spirit helps us understand what the Bible is telling them to do, how to live their lives. CHURCH The church is where Christians grow in their faith, and serve each other and people outside the church. Churches are all different, but they all have special festivals and activities they use to help them remember what God has done for us and to help us live a Christian life. The Church of England calls these activities sacraments (eg Holy Communion, Baptism, Funerals). 7. HEAVEN When a believer dies, they will go to be with God in Heaven. At the end of time, Jesus will return to the earth and make a new heaven and a new earth where everything will be made new again, as it was when God created the earth. This gives Christians hope, whatever circumstances they face.

7 Curriculum Map for Religious Education EYFS Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Autumn Term 1 Autumn Term 2 Spring Term 1 Spring Term 2 Summer Term 1 Summer Term 2 Who made the Why is Christmas special for Why do Christians Why is Easter important Who is special to Who cares for this wonderful world? Christians? believe Jesus is to Christians? you? special world? CREATION special? CREATION (image of CREATION What responsibility has God given people about taking care of creation? CREATION Why are they having a Jewish Party? JUDAISM What are the miracles of Jesus? LIFE Who was Noah? What is the importance of the symbols, beliefs and teachings in Hinduism? HINDUISM What are the Beatitudes and what do they mean for Christians? LIFE Which Nativity character are you and why are you important? Where is the light of Christmas? How do Advent and Epiphany show us what Christmas is really about? LIFE What does the Lord s Prayer mean? - Why did Jesus tell stories? LIFE What is Buddhism? BUDDHISM Why do Christians celebrate Mothering Sunday? - CHURCH What is the Trinity? TRINITY What are the Greatest Commandments? LIFE Why is Good Friday good? How do Easter symbols help us to understand the true meaning of Easter? Easter people Who is the most important person in the Easter story? God) What is it like to live as a Jew? JUDAISM Why are Baptism and Marriage important to Christians? - CHURCH Why was important? (People from the Old Testament) What is the importance of the symbols, beliefs and teachings in Hinduism? HINDUISM What are God s rules for living? What does it mean to be a Hindu? HINDUISM What is do Sikhs believe? SIKHISM St Mary s Bryanston Square School RE Scheme of Work Excellence with Compassion

8 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Autumn Term 1 Autumn Term 2 Spring Term 1 Spring Term 2 Summer Term 1 Summer Term 2 What is the Bible What is peace What Who is Jesus? ( I am What does it mean and how does it (at Christmas)? makes a sayings) to be a Sikh? guide Christians? Christian? LIFE SIKHISM - HOLY SPIRIT What does it mean to be a Jew? JUDIASM What does it mean to be a Buddhist? BUDDHISM What is special about Remembrance Day? - CHURCH How does Wisdom Literature help believers? (including Proverbs) What do the monastic traditions within Christianity show us about living in community? How is Christmas represented through Music and art? How would Christians advertise Christmas? Why do Christians use special words when they worship? + CHURCH (Liturgy & prayer) How has the Christian message survived for over 2000 years? HOLY SPIRIT - CHURCH What is the meaning of life and what happens when we die? HEAVEN Should every Christian go on a pilgrimage? How does the contemporary Anglican church help Christians to worship? CHURCH Why is Holy Communion important for Christians? & CHURCH What happens in churches at Easter? CHURCH How does Easter give Christians hope? JESUS HEAVEN What does it mean to be a Muslim? ISLAM How is faith practised in Westminster? COMPARISON OF RELIGIONS What are the 5 Pillars of Islam and why are they important to Muslims? ISLAM Transition unit: What is the relationship between rules and responsibilities? (Law) - CHRISTIAN CONCEPTS: 1. Trinity 2. Creation 3. (Old Testament): Sin, Blessing & Law 4. Jesus Incarnation, Life, Salvation 5. Holy Spirit 6. Worship personal, church 7. Heaven St Mary s Bryanston Square School RE Scheme of Work Excellence with Compassion

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