1 edition of Hertfordshire agreed syllabus of Religious Education. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Hertfordshire County Council|
|Publishers||Hertfordshire County Council|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
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Religious Education Religious Education Students are taught RE in their tutor groups in Key Stage 3 one lesson a week. Recognise and explore the diversity which exists within and between religious traditions B. KS3 RE Long Term Plan Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2 HA Year 1 How do different religions celebrate the birth of a baby?
How do we know what is right and wrong? Wealth and Poverty- Homelessness in the UK and local agencies• Year 8: During this year we look at Christianity, Judaism and Buddhism• Unit 7d The importance of food to religious practices and lifestyles• Unit 8d The importance of food to religious practices and lifestyles: Christianity and Hinduism• Martin Luther King A life for a life?
It also enables them to develop respect for and sensitivity to others, in particular those whose faiths, beliefs and world views are different from their own. Is it ever right to fight?
KS3 Religious Education Students study Religious Education for one hour each week. Unit 9b Capital Punishment: Sin or Crime• Students are encouraged to reflect on their own beliefs and values whilst acknowledging that other people may hold beliefs different to their own. links to the previous Hertfordshire non-statutory schemes of work Exemplars of long and medium term planning to support teachers in writing plans for their individual settings are available to.
Know, understand and explore the significance and impact of sacred texts, other sources of wisdom and ways of expressing meaning• How do different religions look at death? Pupils take part in activities to raise money for charities and are part of a harvest festival where we collect and share food donations to a local foodbank.
Capital Punishment LA Year 1 Christianity Hinduism What does it mean to be religious? Students learn through discussion and research and collect evidence to show their knowledge and understanding in each unit studied.
Religious Charities Contentious Issues in the Modern World The Effects of Consumerism US10 Climate Change — Causes, Effects and Responses Places of Worship Portfolio Building.