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UC: Understanding Christianity LAS: Lincolnshire Agreed Syllabus

Year Group

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

EYFS

LAS Unit: Myself

Start with the child then Introduce people who belong to a religious group.

LAS Unit: Special people to me. (Significant people in a religious faith) Introduce prophet Mohammed and Jesus. As well as those important people around the children.

 

LAS Unit – Our Special Books

Stories from religions. Focus on the important books for members of a religious group (My First Qur’an Story book’)

Salvation UC F3 (Core) Why do Christians put a cross in the Easter Garden?

 

Creation UC F1 (Core) Why is the word ‘God’ so important to Christians?

LAS Unit Our Beautiful World

Exploring beliefs about the natural world.

Christian and other Creation Stories. What is our duty to the natural world?

Year 1

UC 1.1 (Core) God

What do Christians believe God is like?

UC 1.2 (Core) Creation

Who do Christians believe made the world?

LAS Compulsory

Islam – God

How is Allah described in the Qur’an?

What do Muslims learn about Allah and faith from the Qur’an?

LAS Compulsory

Islam – Community

What do Muslims do to express their beliefs? Which celebrations are important to Muslims?

LAS – Additional

Places of worship including Christianity.

Must include one other faith or world view

(New Mosque opened in Lincoln)

Year 2

LAS Compulsory

Islam – Being Human

Belonging - What does it mean and why does it matter?

When being part of the community what does that mean and how do Muslims behave?

 

LAS Compulsory –

Islam - Life JourneysMuslims celebrating birth, how does this enhance the sense of belonging?

Family life

LAS Additional

Thankfulness (Including Christianity)

Eg: Harvest in Christianity, Sukkot in Judaism, Holi in Hinduism

UC 1.5 (Core)

Salvation

Why does Easter matter to Christians? (link back to thankfulness)

UC 1.3 (Core)

Incarnation

Why does Christmas matter to Christians?

Who was Jesus? Where did he come from? Who was this person? What was he like as an individual?

Year 3

LAS Compulsory

Hinduism and Islam –God.

How are deities and key figures described in sacred texts ad stories? What might Hindus understand about the Divine through these stories?

What does the Qur’an say about how Muslims should treat others and live their lives?

How can Muslim faith and beliefs be seen in inspirational Muslims?

How do the main concepts in Islam reveal the truth about Allah? (Purpose of religious and visual symbols in a mosque)

UC 2a.3 (Core and digging deeper)

What is the Trinity?

(Also think about making connections to the previous term)

UC 2a.5 (Core)

Salvation

Why do Christians call the day Jesus died ‘Good Friday’?

(Deeper aspect of the Son as part of the Trinity)

 

LAS Additional

Big Questions (Including Christianity)

How do we know what it means to live a good life?

Year 4

LAS Additional

Big Questions (Including Christianity) Why do we celebrate?

Is celebration just about happiness?

Wedding funerals etc.

LAS Compulsory

Hinduism and Islam – Community

Worship and celebration. Ways in which worship and celebration engage with/affect the natural world. Beliefs about creation and natural world.

 

Hinduism: How is Hindu belief expressed personally and collectively? How do Hindus worship and celebration build a sense of community - and what is the environmental impact?

 

Islam: How is Muslim worship expressed collectively? How does Muslim worship and celebration build a sense of community?

UC 2a.1 (core)

Creation

What do Christians learn from the creation Story?

 

 

LAS Additional Pilgrimage (Including Christianity)

Environmental impact of Pilgrimage

Christianity – Lourdes, Iona

Mecca – Hajj

 

 

 

 

Year 5

LAS Compulsory

Hinduism/Islam – Being Human

The ways in which beliefs impact on action: expectations of behaviour, ways in which people act, examples of contemporary individuals.

Hinduism and ethics – how they reflect faith in the way they live. What is karma how does it drive the cycle of samsara? How might a Hindu seek to achieve Moksha?

Islam – How Qur’an teaches Muslims to treat others, how teachings guide how Muslims act in the world.

Muslim beliefs expressed in practice. Ways in which beliefs impact on actions and expectations of behaviour.

UC 2b.7 (core)

Salvation

What difference does the resurrection make for Christians?

 

How do Christians act or behave because of their beliefs about Jesus and the resurrection?

UC 2b.4 (Core)

Incarnation

Was Jesus the Messiah?

 

Was Jesus who he said he was? Did the resurrection happen? Does it matter if it didn’t?

LAS – Additional

Expressing Beliefs through the Arts (Including Christianity)

Reasons why some people may not use pictoral representation to express belief, eg Muslims. Spirited Art competition run by NATRE

 

Think about Impact of acts on beliefs or beliefs on acts

Year 6

UC 2b.1 (Core)

God - What does it mean if God is loving and holy?

Forgiveness and Justice

Do you always have to be loving?

Also look at how God is not always loving or holy.

Being a judge and holding people to account.

Also – How do we know God is holy and loving? Also stories where God is good, so if you don’t believe in God can you still be good?

LAS Additional

Unit designed by School (Including Christianity)

Do you have to believe in God to be good?

 

Include study of Humanism/ atheism

Exploring issues of social justice.

UC 2b.2 (core)

Creation

Creation and science: Conflicting or complementary?

 

Discus whether these views are totally opposite – Darwin origins of the species, Can a scientist believe in God?

UC 2b.2 (Digging Deeper) Creation.

Creation and Science: Conflicting or Complementary?

LAS Compulsory

Life Journey – Hinduism and Islam

Rites of passage; including other religions eg: Bar Mitzvah in Judaism, confirmation in Christianity,

(Already have looked at whether religious claims are true or not - this unit considers whether their truth or otherwise actually matters – what impact does religion have on people’s lives, regardless of whether they can prove their beliefs to be true or not)

Is the sense of social identity – of community and values, belonging and marking key moments in life’s journey.

 

 

 

Boston St. Nicholas CE Primary School Collective Worship Long Term Plan

Academic Year 2018-2109

Notes: This overview is designed to help you plan your work for these events around your class teaching and other commitments.

Everybody is expected to present their class Collective Worship on the allotted Wednesday.

The work done in conjunction with the themed Bible story must be physically evident in each child’s RE book. This will be monitored as part of the RE monitoring and evaluation timetable this year.

Please remember, class contributions to Collective Worship, religious or otherwise, must be to the best of your class’ ability so that the children can talk about the impact of this work and how it ties in with our values and church school distinctiveness

Term 1 - Family

Term 2 - Peace

Term 3 - Justice

Term 4- Forgiveness

Term 5 - Love

Term 6 – Responsibil

ity

Focus Bible Story

linked to termly

theme to be covered

in RE with evidence

in books.

Focus Bible Story

linked to termly

theme to be covered

in RE with evidence

in books.

 

Focus Bible Story

linked to termly

theme to be covered

in RE with evidence

in books.

 

Focus Bible Story

linked to termly

theme to be covered

in RE with evidence

in books.

Focus Bible Story

linked to termly

theme to be covered

in RE with evidence

in books.

Focus Bible Story

linked to termly

theme to be covered

in RE with evidence

in books.

 

Preparation for Harvest

Christmas, Nativity/ Carol Service

Advent

Christingle service at Church

Shrove Tuesday,

Ash Wednesday

Start of Lent

Prepare for Easter Service at church

Pentecost

 

Leavers Service at church

WB 08.10.18 - Making a cairn – each child to paint a pebble to create school cairn as a focused contemplative areas

Stained glass window

 

Whole School Lent Challenge – eg giving up chocolate etc – to emphasise the meaning behind Lent

Easter Extravaganza

Supporting Local food banks/charities.

Whole School tidy up

 

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