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Nursery More able Average Less able Some pupils will be able to: contribute really Most pupils will be able to: have fun Other pupils will be able to: have fun finding well to the topic ‘God’s wonderful world’ developing observational skills in the topic out about God’s wonderful world; enjoy the especially through questions and observations ‘God’s Wonderful World’ especially during autumn walk; collecting natural objects; help Autumn on the autumn walk; created a thoughtful the autumn walk; speak in a small group with make a collage; enjoy investigating baby toys collection of objects and be able to talk about enthusiasm and produce good follow up in a topic on babies it in detail; listen well to others; show ability work; participate well and creatively during to express self very creatively in preparation preparation for the Nativity for the nativity; develop appreciation of new life and Jesus as a special baby Some pupils will be able to: contribute very Most pupils will be able to: enjoy talking Other pupils will be able to: identify people well in discussions about people who care for about people who care for them and develop who care for them; enjoy activities and them and have grown in their understanding an understanding of their place within the celebrations on the theme of the family of Spring about their own and others place within the family of God; participate well in God family of God; participate in actively and celebrations and grow in their ability to sit enthusiastically in celebrations and are able to quietly during times of reflection. sit quietly during times of reflection. Some pupils will able to: be active and Most pupils will be able to: enjoy Other pupils will be able to: experience class enthusiastic participants in class celebrations; participating in class celebrations; enjoy and celebrations and with support join in and participate fully in discussion and role-play talk about baptism and become involved in enjoy role-play about Baptism; listen to a Summer about Baptism; listen attentively to bible role-play; listen well to bible stories and variety of bible stories and draw a picture of stories and talk about their detailed drawing recall some detail, for example in the drawing Joseph and his coat of many colours. of Joseph and his coat of many colours. of Joseph and his coat of many colours. Reception More able Average Less able Some pupils will be able to: express thoughts Most pupils will be able to appreciate and Other pupils will be able to: develop and feelings about the topic ‘God’s family listen well to other’s views; speak with confidence when speaking in a small group; extremely well in a variety of ways; after confidence in a group; co-operate well with try hard to sit and listen to other’s views; Autumn much thought produce detailed drawings; co- others in the preparation for the nativity; give begin to develop co-operative skills in operate well with others when preparing the a great performance as a shepherd preparation for the nativity play; give a great nativity play; understand and use new performance as a shepherd religious vocabulary readily and give a great performance as a shepherd Some pupils will be able to: enjoy their visit Most pupils will be able to: enjoy their visit Other pupils will be able to: enjoy their visit Spring to church, asked relevant questions and show to church and are able to recall some of its to church and with help draw a picture of one good observational skills; use the knowledge features and produce artwork from it; show of its features; show interest in the topic of gained in produce detailed artwork.; interest in the topic of Baptism, especially the Baptism, especially the visit of a mother and contribute well to discussion about Baptism visit of a mother and baby; use some new baby; start to become familiar with some new and were gather and share information about religious vocabulary in celebrations. religious vocabulary through celebrations. their own baptism; use new religious vocabulary with confidence in celebrations. Some pupils will be able to: make the sign of Most pupils will be able to: make the sign of Other pupils will be able to: make the sign of the Cross and join in enthusiastically in the Cross and enjoy singing hymns to Father, the Cross and join in some hymns to Father, hymns to Father, Son and Holy Spirit; listen Son and Holy Spirit; listen well to a variety of Son and Holy Spirit; listen to a variety of Summer attentively to bible stories and retell them bible stories and recall the main events in a bible stories and enjoy the visit by the priest. with some detail; respond to the visit by the story when asked; respond to the visit by the priest by listening well and asking interesting priest by listening carefully. questions. Year 1 More able Average Less able Some pupils will be able to: describe their Most pupils will be able to: become aware of Other pupils will be able to: develop an own and others’ talents; show a developing their own and others’ talents; visit Church awareness of their own talents; enjoy a visit awareness of the uniqueness of each person; and look more closely at the Lectionary, to church and look at the Lectionary, lectern, Autumn make observation and ask questions when lectern, altar and font altar and font visiting the church; show a growing understanding of the importance of the Lectionary, lectern, altar and font Some pupils will be able to: express Most pupils will be able to: express Other pupils will be able to: participate themselves confidently through their own themselves openly through prayer; know reverently in community prayers; listen prayers, relating to others when speaking some common prayers and be willing to share attentively to bible stories and participate Spring orally or through the written word; talk about their own prayers with others; know some willingly in their retelling; begin to show stories from the bible using religious stories from the Bible and be willing to awareness of the needs of others language and make sensible, ordered participate in re-enacting them and relate presentation of information expressing them to themselves; begin developing a sense themselves confidently; develop a sense of of fairness empathising with others in need; fairness and justice and a willingness to a some reasons why the Church Family collects help others through practical means of fund money and supports charities e.g. St. Joseph’s raising. 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Some pupils will be able to: participate fully Most pupils will be able to: retell the story of Other pupils will be able to: participate in in retelling the story of Mary Magdalene Mary Magdalene and participate willingly in retelling the story of Mary Magdalene; know relating their own feelings of loss and its dramatisation; recognise some of the that the parish priest is a worker for God who Summer sadness; list a range of activities the parish feelings Mary had on finding the tomb empty; helps people; recognise the Bible as Gods priest performs and know he is continuing the realise that the parish priest is continuing the special book; use religious objects to help work of Jesus; understand the hierarchy of the work of Jesus and recognise that other them pray church and appreciate its global nature with religious people are also helping them to the Pope as head; handle the Bible and other know God; recognise the Bible as the Word religious artefacts with genuine reverence and of God and to handle it and other artefacts know why they help us in prayer to talk with with respect God; Year 2 More able Average Less able Some pupils will be able to: begin to Most pupils will be able to: appreciate the Other pupils will be able to: learn about the appreciate the wonder of God’s creation and wonder of God’s creation; understand how wonder of God’s creation; have been shown some ways of caring for it; show awareness they can become involved in its care; show how to become involved in looking after it; Autumn of the family that God has given; listen well awareness of the family that God has given be aware of the family that God has given to stories from the OT; show some them; ask appropriate and interesting him; produced a lovely picture of St Frances understanding about the part played by questions about the stories from the OT; write and the animals; begin to show appreciation Moses, Mary and St Francis in the story of about a person who has done special work for of the meaning of Christmas celebrations God’s people God Some pupils will be able to: talk about the Most pupils will be able to: act out the story Other pupils will be able to: listen attentively Jewish faith; show respect for the differences of the ‘Presentation’; talk about the ‘Temple’ and respond to bible stories through role- in culture; use a variety of media to express as the place where Jewish people went to play; say they belong to the ‘Church Family’ Spring ideas; know that they and others belong to the pray ; write about the part of the story they and that it meets together at Mass; say that ‘Church Family’ which meet together at liked the best giving reasons why; relate Jesus suffered and died on the cross on Good Mass; discuss ‘Church Family’ by showing themselves and others to ‘Church Family’; Friday respect for others and a willingness to learn acknowledge others right not to ‘belong’; from their insights; relate to Jesus’ friends retell parts of the passion and death of Jesus who suffered the loss of Jesus at the chronologically. crucifixion. Some pupils will be able to: write a prayer to Most pupils will be able to: write a simple ‘Lord Jesus’ using that name to express how prayer beginning with the special name ‘Lord Other pupils will be able to: use the special important he is to them; retell imaginatively Jesus’ and know why we use it; talk about name ‘Lord Jesus’ when creating prayers the story of Pentecost giving clear the feelings of Jesus’ friends before the Spirit orally; participate in the retelling of the Summer understanding of, and empathy with, Jesus’ came at Pentecost and use this to participate Pentecost story; know they belong to the friends feelings both before and after the willingly in role-play; write a few sentences parish family through Baptism; know there Spirit came; have a feeling of belonging to showing the feelings of Jesus’ friends after have been important people in the Church’s the parish family through an increased the Spirit came; have a feeling of belonging history and that the Holy Spirit works through understanding of Baptism and the bond this to the parish family through an increasing them and in other peoples lives; know that creates between us the Church Family; retell understanding of Baptism; retell the story of Jesus commanded us to ‘Love one another;’ the stories of some important people in the an important person in the Church’s history; participate in periods of stillness and quiet Church’s history; have an understanding of have an understanding of fairness and relate it thought. fairness and relate it to the way they treat to their own lives; recognise that we must others; suggest ways in which the Spirit helps value all of God’s family if we ‘Love one them ‘Love one another;’ participate in another;’ participate in periods of stillness periods of stillness and quiet thought. and quiet thought. Year 3 More able Average Less able Some pupils will be able to: have confidence Most pupils will be able to: gain in the Other pupils will be able to: start to gain to explore own feelings and emotions relating confidence to explore their own feelings and confidence to explore own feelings and back to events fron their own experience and emotions and relate them to events in their emotions; relate them to own experiences; Autumn share them with others; have the ability to life; begin to recognise passages from the learn more about Jesus through bible stories; use a wide range of media to express ideas; bible and realise that they can be used as recognise that Jesus came into the world as a recognise passages from the bible that can be prayer and celebration; recognise that Jesus baby, like them used as prayers or part of celebrations; realise grew up as a boy with human feelings; make that Jesus grew up as a boy who had human a good attempt at writing an account of a day feelings and experiences; write an excellent with Jesus account of ‘a day with Jesus’ Some pupils will be able to: reflect on their Most pupils will be able to: reflect on their Other pupils will be able to: explain how they own baptism, recognising its importance as a own baptism; recognise the role of the Holy were baptised; be aware that the Holy Spirit personal calling to follow Jesus; explore the Spirit in the baptism of Jesus; recall the last has a role in baptism; relate the story of the Spring role of the Holy Spirit in the baptism of Jesus supper in scripture; increase their last supper and see the Mass as a celebration and at their own baptism; appreciate the Mass understanding of the symbolic meaning of of that meal; participate in a celebration by as a special meal in which God’s family bread, wine, meal and altar; participate in a singing and using known responses remembers Jesus and the part played by the celebration by singing, reading and praying Holy Spirit in the changing of bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus; take a leading part in the preparation and delivery of a celebration by choosing readings, hymns and prayers Some pupils will be able to: begin to Most pupils will be able to: retell the story of Other pupils are able to: recall the story of appreciate the effect of the Holy Spirit on the Pentecost; recognise what happens at Pentecost and begin to link it to the apostles and link that to their own Confirmation; recognise that through celebration of Confirmation; know that by Summer confirmation; understand that through participation in the Eucharist they celebrate participating in the Eucharist they are participation in the Eucharist they continue to as full members of God’s family; respond to celebrating as part of God’s family; know that celebrate life in Christ as full members of the needs of others by supporting charitable they can help people in need by supporting God’s family; investigate the support given groups charitable groups by Christian organisations and themselves to others; explore the life of individuals or groups whose faith and work has helped the Church grow in our Diocese Year 4 More able Average Less able Some pupils will be able to: listen attentively Most pupils will be able to: listen carefully Other pupils will be able to: begin to show and use imagination to enter into stories from and use imagination to think about stories respect for the bible; know that the bible is the bible; know the bible is the word of God; from the bible; know the bible is the word of the Word of God; show willingness to reflect Autumn locate scripture references; show reverence God; find the book of psalms; be silent during during prayer time; recognise that people during prayer time; identify from experience prayer time; identify ways in which they feel keep pictures of them because they are ways in which they feel valued; unterpret the valued; beginning to show respect for others; important; know that advent means coming penitential nature of advent as a time of know that advent as a time of getting ready and is a time for getting ready for Jesus preparation; begin to develop awareness of for christmas; demonstrate a sense of wonder their sense of mystery and wonder when thinking about babies Some pupils will be able to: have deepened Most pupils will be able to: show respect for Other pupils will be able to: begin to enjoy their appreciation understanding and response the church as a place of worship; appreciate and appreciate time for quiet prayer and to a variety of ways to pray; use quiet, time for quiet prayer and reflection; join in reflection; know and join in the traditional Spring reflective time well and participate fully in well with the traditional prayers of the prayers of the Church; know that people the traditional prayers of the Church; Church; be aware that there are other other than followers of Christ also pray; understand that the Our Father sums up all religions and that people within those know that the Our father was taught by Jesus. prayer, praises God and express trust and a religions also pray; understand that that Our They participate through drama in the Easter desire for forgiveness; show an openness to father includes praise to God and asking for story and can describe happy and sad times. ways in which people of other faiths pray; forgiveness; enter imaginatively through show empathy with the feelings of Jesus and drama into the story of Easter and relate this the disciples at the time of Easter. to happy and sad times in their own life. Some pupils will be able to: examine the Most pupils will be able to: know that the Other pupils will be able to: know that the bible and widen their knowledge and bible contains many books and different bible contains many books; know that it appreciation of its books and styles of styles of writing; understand that its contents contains story and poetry; with help, find Summer writing; understand that its contents were were passed on orally before being written scripture reference; show a growing passed on orally before being written down; down; know that the Acts of the Apostles awareness of the need for rules and fairness; can use scripture references to find tells us about the lives of early Christians; are more aware of their own feelings and information about early Christians; have show a deeper understanding of fairness and those of others and are beginning to share deepened their understanding of justice and. the reasons foe rules; be open to the feelings them in appropriate ways. show a growing willingness to understand of others and try to respond to them. and respond to the needs of others. Year 5 More able Average Less able Some pupils will be able to: express feelings Most pupils will be able to: show great Other pupils will be able to: study ways in meaningfully about and towards God through respect and compassion for all members of which Jesus wants them to behave towards interpreting and writing psalms; knows that the community; beginning to realise that their others; show some understanding of those in Autumn praying is talking and listening to God; listen attitudes can effect their behaviour towards need; beginning to be able to express feelings and discuss about the qualities Jesus taught others; develop the skill to express feelings about and towards God through listening and and portrayed and show the ability to struggle towards God through writing psalms; identify writing a psalm with the challenges of religious thinking and different types of psalms Christian living Some pupils will be able to: listen and Most pupils will be able to: explore and Other pupils will be able to: enjoy listening to respond appropriately to bible stories and discuss bible stories; begin to show biblical stories and are beginning to see empathise with characters from the story of understanding how God’s love is reflected in examples of how God shows his love for Spring Moses and the Hebrews; understand that the the story of Moses and the Hebrews; gain people; begin to become aware of the Mass is a celebration of Jesus Resurrection more understanding of the significance of significance of the Mass, the importance of and that God’s love, care and presence is Mass, Sunday as a day of Worship and of Sundays and some of the ministries seen in demonstrated through the Sacraments; show some ministries seen in parish life; be aware parish life. an openness and respect for the importance of of God’s love and are beginning to appreciate Sunday to Catholics/Christians and some of that this is shown through the Sacraments. the ministries seen in parish life. Some pupils will be able to: give reasons why Most pupils will be able to: learn to Other pupils will be able to: begin to we need to be concerned about human appreciate the need to care for God’s world appreciate the need to preserve God’s world responsibility for conserving God’s world; and the role human being can play in it; and make some suggestions as to how they Summer make considered, intelligent observations in listen carefully to and write about the can help; listen carefully to the Gospel class discussions when comparing accounts different Gospel accounts of the Resurrection stories about the Resurrection and of the Resurrection and appearances; and appearances; begin to understand the appearances; begin to understand the recognise and appreciate the people and connection between these stories and their connection between these stories and their events connected with their own faith journey own faith journey. own faith journey. and how they themselves have grown and changed; write excellent accounts of how SS Peter, Philip and James spread the Good News. Year 6 More able Average Less able Some pupils will be able to: discuss and Most pupils will be able to: through study of Other pupils will be able to: listen to, reflect reflect on God’s spoken and written word; the Old and New Testament show on and write a short prayer; beginning to show great understanding of the need and understanding of how people learnt to speak understand the significance and reward of Autumn value of payer; interpret and rewrite a to God: write a meaningful psalm; grown in prayer and how the practice of praying can traditional prayer in contemporary language; understanding of God’s relationship with shape lives; begin to appreciate how the early explain how periods of silence and stillness people; able to retell a story from the Old church community spread the news of God’s may be used for reflection and prayer. Testament; appreciate how the early church love; write an account of St Paul’s started to spread God’s love; grow in conversion; gain confidence in self understanding of God’s relationship with expression; learn to be open to the signs of people; retell stories from the Old Testament; the presence of God; identify band use a appreciate how the early church community focus for reflection during times of prayer. started to spread God’s love; identify places and situations which may be conducive to prayer Some pupils will be able to: have a sound Most pupils will be able to: begin to Other pupils will be able to: show some understanding of how their relationship with understand how a relationship with God may awareness of how a relationship with God God may influence their future; become lead to a vocational life; develop an may be linked to a vocational life; enjoy and Spring aware of vocation as part of Christian life. understanding and appreciation for the respond well to how God called Isaiah and St Through the study of Judaism they are attitudes and beliefs of the Jewish way of life. John Bosco to do His work. developing the ability to see life from another’s point of view and understand why some people believe as they do. Some pupils will be able to: have a sound Most pupils will be able to: have a sound Other pupils will be able to: show knowledge understanding of how the Holy Spirit guided understanding of how the gifts of the Holy of the events surrounding the appearance of and empowered the disciples; after study of Spirit have helped them growth as Christians; the Holy Spirit to the disciples and have Summer someone who continues Jesus’ work today, develop awareness of how following Jesus shown interest in how the apostles spread the express thoughtful personal responses to may shape their life and beliefs and values. Word of God. questions about belief and values using evidence and argument.
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