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At Townfield Primary School we follow the National Curriculum and use the 2019 Wirral Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education and Worldviews Association programme of study to tailor it to the needs of our pupils.  This is enhanced by visits from people people of all faiths and trips to various religious establishments which adds an extra dimension to pupils’ learning about different faiths.

 

All pupils at Townfield Primary School study Religious Education including those who have SEN and/or disabilities and those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds.  The outcomes and expectations are the same for all pupils.

 

We recognise the importance of pupils learning about the diverse nature of worldviews and so from KS1 onwards, other principal religions are introduced (Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism). In learning about other religions, pupils develop British values by showing mutual respect and tolerance for alternative beliefs. Our curriculum ensures that pupils acquire knowledge about religious beliefs, teachings, ways of life, practices and forms of expression and can build upon these skills and knowledge year on year.  Knowledge and skills are constantly revisited and updated to ensure that they become embedded. To aid understanding subject specific vocabulary is taught explicitly within every lesson. 

 

Assessment criteria for RE at Townfield Primary School has been developed in line with the expectations laid out in the 2019 Wirral Agreed Syllabus.  This enables class teachers to assess the progress of the children as they move through the key stages. A variety of activities/methods are used to ensure that the planned curriculum has been taught and understood by our pupils.

 

At different points throughout a unit of work, teachers will use assessment activities such as verbal discussions, group presentation, role plays and/or mind maps. This formative assessment will help teachers to identify which elements of the unit of work are well developed and which may need further reinforcement. It also helps to inform future planning where further differentiation and support may be needed for pupils.

 

Pupils at Townfield Primary School come from a mixed urban area of Wirral. Our core values; resilience, respect and responsibility are continually developed through all religious learning experiences.

 

Autumn Term

Year 1: Harvest of Hands

Year 1's looked at Harvest time and how it is special to Christians all over the world.  They also looked at communities, the different communities they belong to and how they show they belong to different communities.

 

   

 

Year 2: Hindusim - Diwali

Year 2 learnt all about Hinduism and the Hindu 'festival of light', Diwali.  They looked at the 'Ramayana' (the story of Rama and Sita celebrated at Diwali) and also made their own symmetrical rangoli patterns.

    

 

Year 3: Sikhism

Year 3 learnt about Sikhism.  The looked at the 5Ks of Sikhism and how they impact on the life of a Sikh person.  They also learnt the importance of the 10 Gurus, the Gurdwara and the Guru Granth Sahib.

     

 

Year 4: Journeys

Year 4 thought about journeys that are special to them and others.  They learnt the meaning of the word 'Pilgrimage' and looked at the similarities and differences between Hindu and Christian pilgrimage.

   

 

Year 5: Islam

Islam was the RE topic for Year 5 this term. The learnt about the Prophet Muhammad, the importance of the Qur'an for Muslims and the way Muslims live their lives according to the Five Pillars of Islam.

   

 

Year 6: Judaism

Year 6 learnt about how the religion of Judaism first came into being, the role of Abraham and God in the creation of Judaism and the importance of the Torah to Jews .

     

 

 

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Townfield Primary School

Townfield Lane, Prenton, Wirral, CH43 2LH

T: 0151 652 8498

E: schooloffice@townfield.wirral.sch.uk

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