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Ringwood

Junior School

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RE

RINGWOOD JUNIOR SCHOOL – RE LONG TERM PLAN

 

 

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Autumn 1

Symbol

 

Stones

 

Across religions

Community

 

Neighbour

 

Christianity

Belonging

 

Shahada and Salat

 

Muslim Traditions

Peace

 

Revelation of The Qur’an and Ramadan

 

Muslim Traditions

Autumn 2

Angels

 

Christianity

Symbol

 

Hanukkah

 

Judaism

Interpretation

 

Christmas - The two birth stories

 

Christianity

Incarnation

 

An extraordinary baby

 

Christianity

Spring 1

Good and Evil

 

Holi

 

Hindu Traditions

Creation

 

Creation Stories

 

Christianity and Hindu Traditions

Love

 

The Golden Rule

 

Humanism

Love

 

Sewa

 

Sikhi Traditions

Spring 2

Love

 

Changing Emotions at Easter

 

Christianity

Freedom

 

Passover

 

Judaism

Salvation

 

The Christian Story

 

Christianity

Resurrection

 

The Empty Cross

 

Christianity

Summer 1

Sacred (Special)

 

Places of Worship

 

Christianity and Hindu Traditions

Myth

 

Myths

 

Christianity and Hindu Traditions

Sacred (Special)

 

Placed of Worship

 

Muslim and Sikhi Traditions

Prophethood

 

Leadership

 

Christianity

Summer 2

Belonging as Identity

 

Jewish Traditions

 

Judaism

Special

 

Special as God

 

Across Religions

Umma (Community)

 

Hajj and Zakat

 

Islam

River of Life

 

Humanism

 

The RE curriculum is an enquiry based model of study. At its core is the enquiry cycle – a Hampshire RE model, which has been used successfully for many years and it taken from the Living Difference IV agreed syllabus. The model creates the opportunity for children to show progression in their learning and the ability to relate what they are studying to their own lives and things that matter to them.

The model starts with an enquiry into a big idea (the concept) and then uses this knowledge to develop understanding within the sphere of a particular religious story (birth narratives) or way of life (pilgrimages). Children are then encouraged to reflect on the importance of the big idea to believers of the faith being studied. The cycle then moves onto its last two phases, which involve children reflecting on the big idea, both in terms of their own lives and the lives of others.

RE is blocked at Ringwood Junior, so that study occurs during a limited period of time to enhance the continuity of thought across the learning cycle. Three religions are taught: Christianity across all year groups (this being our main religion) and Islam in the lower year groups and Hinduism in the upper year groups.

Assessment is carried out by teachers, who use the ARE standards contained with the planning for each term. Progression is shown where children move from the simple description of the concept to more advanced reasoning, and even the identification of issues that may arise.

Resources, such as planning packs and resource boxes are available, either at school or from county. Religious visitors are encouraged by year teams to come to school and give pupils first-hand experience of the concept being studied.

Attainment of the children at Ringwood is good. An inspection (Autumn 2017) undertaken by the county inspector found, “evidence of good planning and progression".

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Ringwood Junior School

Hightown Road

Ringwood

Hampshire

BH24 1NH

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