Exhibition: Religious Education

Virtual Exhibition: Block Week 1, Autumn 2020

BELIEVING: Know about and understand a range of religions and worldviews

KS1:

Who is a Christian and what do they believe?

Who is a Muslim and what do they believe?

  • Recall and name different beliefs and practices, including festivals, worship, rituals and ways of life, in order to find out about the meanings behind them.
  • Retell and suggest meanings to some religious and moral stories, exploring and discussing sacred writings and sources of wisdom and recognising the traditions from which they come.
  • Recognise some different symbols and actions which express a community’s way of life, appreciating some similarities between communities

Year 1 Gallery

 

Year 2 Birch Gallery

 

Year 2 Holly Gallery

LKS2:

What do different people believe about God?

Christians, Hindus and Muslims

(Outcomes for KS2)

  • Describe and make connections between different features of the religions and worldviews they study, discovering more about celebrations, worship, pilgrimages and the rituals which mark important points in life, in order to reflect on their significance.
  • Describe and understand links between stories and other aspects of the communities they are investigating, responding thoughtfully to a range of sources of wisdom and to beliefs and teachings that arise from them in different communities.
  • Explore and describe a range of beliefs, symbols and actions so that they can understand different ways of life and ways of expressing meaning.

Year 3 and 4 Gallery

UKS2:

Why do some people think God exists?

Christians, Humanists, Jewish people, Hindus and Muslims

(Outcomes for KS2)

  • Describe and make connections between different features of the religions and worldviews they study, discovering more about celebrations, worship, pilgrimages and the rituals which mark important points in life, in order to reflect on their significance.
  • Describe and understand links between stories and other aspects of the communities they are investigating, responding thoughtfully to a range of sources of wisdom and to beliefs and teachings that arise from them in different communities.
  • Explore and describe a range of beliefs, symbols and actions so that they can understand different ways of life and ways of expressing meaning.

Year 5 Gallery

Sycamore Questions and Quotes

Why should you be a good person?

You should be a good person because it affects other people’s moods. If you smile, people will smile back. If you are grumpy, then people will wonder why.

I agree. You should be a good person because then you can hold your head high and know that you are in the right.

Why can this sometimes be difficult?

It can be difficult because if you are nice to people and they are unkind in return, then you may wish to retaliate or give up.

It can be difficult because if you are having a bad day, then it is sometimes tricky to uphold a positive attitude.

It can be difficult because no one can be expected to be perfect all of the time. We make mistakes to learn from them.