Summer 1: Buddhism
Pupils will study the place of worship, holy books and the key beliefs and practices within Buddhism.
Summer 2: Judaism
Pupils will study the place of worship, holy books and the key beliefs and practices within Judaism.
SOUTHCOTE STEPS ASSESSMENT
- Can hear and use some basic religious key words.
- Can respond to questions about religious events or experiences.
- Can take part in activities involving two or three other learners.
- Can engage in moments of individual reflection.
- Can recognise key parts of a religious story.
- Can recognise a religious leader from a faith community.
- Can recognise some common religious symbols.
- Can recognise a place of worship.
- Can recognise a holy book.
- Can say if they like or dislike something.
- Can listen to, and begin to respond to familiar religious stories, poems and music.
- Can recall key parts of a religious story.
- Can relate a key story to something from their own experience.
- Can recognise a religious ritual or ceremony.
- Can select the correct name for a religious leader from a local faith group.
- Can select the correct name for a place of worship.
- Can select the correct name for a holy book.
- Can express and communicate their feelings in different ways.
- Can indicate if they agree or disagree with a simple argument.
- Can listen and follow religious stories.
- Can identify some religious objects and places.
- Can evaluate their own work and behaviour in simple ways.
- Can communicate their ideas about religion, life events and experiences in simple phrases.
- Can identify some actions as right or wrong based on the consequences.
- Can find out about aspects of religion through stories, music or drama, answer questions and communicate responses.
- Can communicate their feelings about what is special to them.
- Can understand that other people have needs and to respect these.
- Can make purposeful relationships with others in group activity.
- Can recognise a similarity and difference.
- Can express what is important to them.
- Can ask a relevant question during lessons.