• No tags were found...


• considering the value of silence, prayer, meditation and ritual for human life and for themselvesdeepening their understanding of what it means to belong to a community, including the globalcommunityrelating their knowledge and understanding of religion to other areas of the curriculum and totheir general knowledgeshowing sensitivity to the beliefs of others and valuing the contribution of different points ofview to an overall debatedeveloping confidence in their own religious or philosophical standpoint and cultural identityand extending their ability to defend their positiondeveloping a readiness to explore and engage with religious ideas and questionsstrengthening their sense of responsibility to the communityrecognising the interdependence of humanity and the rights and responsibilities of individualsshowing willingness to uphold and defend the rights of individuals and communities to practicetheir religion and hold their own beliefsbeing open to the richness and challenge of diversityEnd of Key Stage Statements far Key Stage 4The following statements describe the types and range of performance which pupils characteristicallydemonstrate by the end of Key Stage A. The statements are drawn from level 6 of the AgreedSyllabus levels of attainment. Teachers need to use their professional judgement as to whether pupilachievement adequately fits the following descriptions and thereby judge the extent to which theirpupils' attainment relates to the expected level. They should also be consulted to help teachers planlearning activities and pupils' progression.Attainment target I: Learning about religionStudents use knowledge and understanding to explain why there are different denominations andtraditions and what it means to belong to a faith community in the context of such groupings, Theycan use correct terms and concepts to explain how religious beliefs and ideas can be representedverbally and non-verbally.Attainment target 2; Learning from religionStudents use personal experience to reflect on and evaluate questions of meaning and purpose, arange of contemporary moral issues and the life and teachings of influential people. They present arange of relevant evidence to support their judgements.3.163

More magazines by this user
Similar magazines