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R.E. Curriculum Plan

R.E. Progression

Buddhism

The whole of Year 4 had the opportunity to find out about the Buddhist diet and life choices. Lucy from Gracious Grub came to talk about her family customs and routines. Everybody got the chance to design, make and evaluate a Buddha Bowl.

 

Hinduism

Once again we were lucky enough to have Krishna from the Hinduism Workshop come to see us and allow us to look at saris, prayer shawls, festival dolls and much more. Children took part in storytelling , dressing up in traditional costumes, festival paint and hand painting and drama.

 

 

Diwali activities in EYFS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Easter Story

Children experienced The Easter story and were given the opportunity to talk about Easter and it’s meaning. They spoke about Jesus and that this was the time that he died and went to heaven. It was explained that we give eggs at Easter to show new life.

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Easter

Children enjoyed joining in with family customs and routines, they made bonnets with their families who were then invited to come and watch the parade.

During the school holiday children again had the opportunity to join in with family customs and routines. They were then given the opportunity to write about this once they were back in school.

During the school holiday children again had the opportunity to join in with family customs and routines. They were then given the opportunity to write about this once they were back in school. 1
During the school holiday children again had the opportunity to join in with family customs and routines. They were then given the opportunity to write about this once they were back in school. 2

Heaven Sent at Kirkby Christian Fellowship

In December, Reception and Year 2 went to Heaven Sent. They had an amazing time searching for a new born baby.

 

The Roman soldiers made all the children pay their taxes before they let them enter Bethlehem and then the children were allowed to go around the market place. They visited stalls selling bread, fish, perfumes and clothes as well as a Carpenters workshop. They also met some animals on their travels as well as some important visitors from the East who said they were following a star to help them search for the baby.

 

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