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Padre Fran is interviewed by 6J about the Easter story

Padre Fran is interviewed by 6J about the Easter story  1
Padre Fran is interviewed by 6J about the Easter story  2

Rice Lane Primary RE Curriculum

 

Religious Education Syllabus:

It is law that we, as a school, provide religious Education, something that we enthusiastically agree with. The school follows the Liverpool Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education. The syllabus aims to allow pupils to explore themes and concepts within religion drawing on beliefs from a range of different faiths and world views.
The Liverpool SACRE has produced a syllabus which is intended to be fully inclusive. The aim of Religious Education is not to make believers out of our pupils but to educate and inform. The syllabus is designed in a way to be reflective and inclusive and we hope that this will mean that parents do not feel it necessary to withdraw children from RE. However, it is the right of Parents to request that their child be withdrawn from RE lessons if they so wish and any requests of this nature will be fully respected and adhered to.
Structure of the Liverpool Agreed Syllabus:
The agreed syllabus sets out what pupils should study in Religious Education.
Foundation Stage – Although not statutory RE can be used to contribute towards the Early Learning Goals
Key Stages 1 and 2 – The syllabus follows the same format as the National Curriculum programmes of study with sections on knowledge, skills and understanding and breadth of study.
 

Knowledge Skills and Understanding:
These are the key aspects of what pupil’s will learn in RE. These aspects are described as ‘learning about religion’ (AT1) and ‘learning from religion’ (AT2)

Attainment Target 1: Learning about religion
In the syllabus AT1 “covers pupil’s knowledge and understanding of individual religions and how they relate to each other…”
Attainment Target 2: Learning from religion
AT2 is “concerned with developing pupils’ reflection on and response to their own and others’ experiences in light of their learning about religion.”

 

Nursery

Autumn Term 1

Focus - All About Me (learning about own family and cultural backgrounds)

Autumn Term 2

Focus - Party Time (festivals and Celebrations)

Spring Term 1

Focus - People Who Help Us

 

Reception

Autumn Term 1

Focus - Ourselves

Autumn Term 2

Focus - Festivals and Celebrations

Spring Term 1

Focus - Bible Stories, Joseph's Colourful Coat

Spring Term 2

Focus - Easter

Summer Term 1

Focus - Similarities and Differences

Summer Term 2

Focus - Communities and Traditions

 

Year 1

Autumn Term 1

Focus - Our Liverpool

Autumn Term 2

Focus - Our Liverpool

Spring Term 1

Focus - Poles Apart, Bible, Bible Stories

Spring Term 2

Focus - Easter

Summer Term 1

Focus - Religious Practices

Summer Term 2

Focus - Helping Each Other

 

Year 2

Autumn Term 1

Focus - Christian, Jewish and Hindu Responses to the Natural World

Autumn Term 2

Focus - Festivals

Spring Term 1

Focus - Sacred Writings

Spring Term 2

Focus - Easter Celebrations and Symbols

Summer Term 1

Focus - Religious Practices

Summer Term 2

Focus - Friendship

 

Year 3

Autumn Term 1

Focus - Faith Stories

Autumn Term 2

Focus - Christmas (Jesus the Light of the World)

Spring Term 1

Focus - Symbols

Spring Term 2

Focus - Easter (Symbols/Cross)

Summer Term 1/2

Focus - Inspirational Figures

 

Year 4

Autumn Term 1

Focus - Wisdom from Sacred Texts

Autumn Term 2

Focus - Christmas (Stories from the Bible)

Spring Term 1

Focus - Prayer/Special Place

Spring Term 2

Focus - Easter Prayers/On the Cross

Summer Term 1/2

Focus - Journey of Life

 

Year 5

Autumn Term 1

Focus - Authority Figures/Sacred Texts Creeds

Autumn Term 2

Focus - Gifts/Charity

Spring Term 1

Focus - Places of Worship, Signs & Symbols, Festivals, Food, Music

Spring Term 2

Focus - Lent/Food

Summer Term 1/2

Focus - Rights and Responsibilities, Daily Life

 

Year 6

Autumn Term 1

Focus - Sacred Texts/Authority FIgures

Autumn Term 2

Focus - What do people believe?

Spring Term 1

Focus - Places of Worship, Signs and Symbols, Festivals, Food

Spring Term 2

Focus - Easter Denial/Remorse

Summer 1/2

Focus - Belonging, Meditation, Journeys, Ethical Issues

KS1 RE Pathway

KS2 RE Pathway

Collective Worship in Rice Lane Primary School


Collective worship takes place each day, either as a class, year group or key stage.
Whole school assemblies, in partnership with Dave Willis (Pastor from Orrell Park Baptist Church), are planned on a termly basis and follow the Christianity. Dave Willis visits once a week to present a story of faith and songs to both KS1 and KS2. 
All members of teaching staff are involved in the delivery of collective worship which can be in the form of reflection and prayer. Collective Worship has a multi faith approach.

Nativity by Reception and Years 5 and 6 - St John's Church

Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 1
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 2
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 3
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 4
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 5
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 6
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 7
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 8
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 9
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 10
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 11
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 12
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 13
Nativity by Reception and Years  5 and 6 - St John's Church 14
We have also had a lovely time practicing for the Christingle and hope that you enjoyed our Christingle service at St. Johns Church.

Collective Worship - 1J

Collective Worship - 1J  1
Collective Worship - 1J  2
Collective Worship - 1J  3
Collective Worship - 1J  4
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