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At Anglesey, we are a vibrant and nurturing school community, where children are given the skills to become , inquisitive, resilient, independent learners. Our curriculum provides a range of creative, challenging and inspiring experiences for all. This equips our children with the life skills to be happy, flourish and be successful...Today, tomorrow and in the future

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The schools total attendance is currently at:

95.34% Total

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RE SKILLS

 

Y1

Describe some of the teachings of a religion.

Describe some of the main festivals or celebrations of a religion.

Recognise, name and describe some religious artefacts, places and practices.

Name some religious symbols.

Identify the things that are important in their own lives and compare these to religious beliefs

Ask questions about puzzling aspects of life.

Identify how they have to make their own choices in life. 

Explain how actions affect others.

Y2

Explain the meaning of some religious symbols.

Describe some of the teachings of a religion.

Describe some of the main festivals or celebrations of a religion.

Recognise, name and describe some religious artefacts, places and practices.

Identify the things that are important in their own lives and compare these to religious beliefs

Relate emotions to some of the experiences of religious figures studied.

Show an understanding of the term ‘morals’.

Ask questions about puzzling aspects of life.

Identify how they have to make their own choices in life. 

Explain how actions affect others.

Y3

Present the key teachings and beliefs of a religion.

Refer to religious figures and holy books to explain answers.

Identify religious artefacts and explain how and why they are used.

Describe religious buildings and explain how they are used.

Show an understanding that personal experiences and feelings influence attitudes and actions.

Give some reasons why religious figures may have acted as they did.

Explain how beliefs about right and wrong affect people’s behaviour.

Describe how some of the values held by communities or individuals affect behaviour and actions.

Discuss and give opinions on stories involving moral dilemmas.

Y4

Present the key teachings and beliefs of a religion. •Refer to religious figures and holy books to explain answers.

Identify religious artefacts and explain how and why they are used.

Describe religious buildings and explain how they are used.

Explain some of the religious practices of both clerics and individuals.

Identify religious symbolism in literature and the arts.

Show an understanding that personal experiences and feelings influence attitudes and actions.

Give some reasons why religious figures may have acted as they did.

Ask questions that have no universally agreed answers.

Explain how beliefs about right and wrong affect people’s behaviour.

Describe how some of the values held by communities or individuals affect behaviour and actions.

Discuss and give opinions on stories involving moral dilemmas.

Y5

Explain how some teachings and beliefs are shared between religions.

Explain how religious beliefs shape the lives of individuals and communities.

Explain the practices and lifestyles involved in belonging to a faith community.

Show an understanding of the role of a spiritual leader. Explain some of the different ways that individuals show their beliefs.

Explain their own ideas about the answers to ultimate questions.

Explain why their own answers to ultimate questions may differ from those of others.

Explain why different religious communities or individuals may have a different view of what is right and wrong. Show an awareness of morals and right and wrong beyond rules (i.e. wanting to act in a certain way despite rules).  Express their own values and remain respectful of those with different values.

 

Y6

Explain how some teachings and beliefs are shared between religions.

Explain how religious beliefs shape the lives of individuals and communities.

Explain the practices and lifestyles involved in belonging to a faith community.

Compare and contrast the lifestyles of different faith groups and give reasons why some within the same faith may adopt different lifestyles.

Show an understanding of the role of a spiritual leader. Explain some of the different ways that individuals show their beliefs.

Recognise and express feelings about their own identities. Relate these to religious beliefs or teachings.

Explain their own ideas about the answers to ultimate questions.

Explain why their own answers to ultimate questions may differ from those of others.

Explain why different religious communities or individuals may have a different view of what is right and wrong. Show an awareness of morals and right and wrong beyond rules (i.e. wanting to act in a certain way despite rules). Express their own values and remain respectful of those with different values.

Welcome to Anglesey Primary School...Parents: If you emailed school before the deadline, you will be receiving a letter in the post shortly. If you do not receive the letter, then unfortunately your child will not have a place in school when we reopen on the 15th June...Follow us on Twitter @AngleseyP...Watch our videos on our school Youtube channel...If you want to check your free school meal entitlement go to www.cloudforedu.org.uk/ofsm/birmingham CHILDREN if you want to contact your teacher or share your work, email them at E.g. y1@anglesey.bham.sch.uk depending on your year group...Every day your teachers are putting work on the website and you can find videos on the school Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel or search Anglesey Primary School on Youtube. Go to CHILDREN, then CLASS PAGES and look in your Year Group...
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