Year 1: Big question: Why is Easter the most important ...

Year 1: Big question: Why is Easter the most important ...

SPRING TERM EASTER UNIT RE ASSESSMENT CRITERIA Assessment criteria for schools using the model RE curriculum map Year R: Big question: What is so special about Easter? Week 1: What was the donkeys special job? Week 2: What was special about Jesus meal with his friends? Week 3: Why did Jesus go to a special garden? Week 4: Why is the cross special? Week 5: What is special about the stone? Week 6: What is so special about Easter? Remembering The meaning of the core concept : Salvation to save To know the Easter story. To know what Christians believe about the Easter story. Begin to recognise the importance of bread and wine. To know how Christians celebrate Easter Religious vocabulary What enquiry based questions do they need to be able to answer by the end of the unit? Beliefs, teachings, sources of wisdom and authority: I can talk about the Easter story. (Exp) I can remember the Easter story and can talk about it. (Exceeding) Questions of purpose, meaning and truth: I can say what makes me sad and happy. (Exp) I can talk about important occasions for me. (Exceeding) Christian Easter Palm Sunday

Disciple Last Supper Garden of Gethsemane Cross Prayer Tomb Risen Festival celebrate Year 1: Big question: What is Easter the most important festival for Christians ? Week 1: What happened on Palm Sunday and what does it teach us about Jesus? Week 2: What happened at the Last Supper and what does it teach us about Jesus? Week 3: What happened on Good Friday and what does it teach us about Jesus? Week 4: What happened on Easter Sunday and what does it teach us about Jesus? Remembering The meaning of the core concept : Salvation to save To know what happened on: Palm Sunday - Jesus entry into Jerusalem Maundy Thursday The events of the Last Supper Good Friday Jesus death and the build up to this Easter Sunday Jesus Resurrection Religious vocabulary What enquiry based questions do they need to be able to answer by the end of the unit? Beliefs, teachings, sources of wisdom and authority: I can talk about the Easter story (WT) Can retell the Easter story in order of events and talk about it. (Exp) I can retell the Easter story and give some meaning about what each event teaches us about Jesus and why it is the most important festival for Christians. (GD) Eg Palm Sunday Kingship of Jesus. Last Supper Jesus came to serve. Good Friday Jesus was prepared to suffer for the world because He loved humanity. Easter Sunday Jesus is able to conquer death because Christians believe He is God. Questions of purpose, meaning and truth: I can recall an occasion and say whether it made me feel happy or sad. (WT) I can think and talk about special things that have happened to me and what they mean. (Exp) I can talk about the events that occur in the Easter story and ask and answer questions about what they might mean for a Christian and why Easter is the most important festival for Christians. (GD)

Palm Sunday Last Supper Good Friday Easter Sunday Holy Week Cross Tomb Resurrection Jesus Mary Magdalene Disciples Holy Communion Eg: Palm Sunday what does seeing Jesus as a King mean for a Christian? The Last Supper Jesus came to serve what is Jesus saying about how people should treat one another? Good Friday Jesus suffered because he loved humanity. How do people show love to others? Easter day resurrection new life. What do Christians do to remember Jesus is alive today in the lives of people eg go to church, try and be like Jesus through their actions and words. Year 2: Big question: How do Easter symbols help us to understand the meaning of Easter for Christians? Week 1: How do different symbols help us to remember the story of Easter? Week 2: What do the symbols of bread and wine teach us about the meaning of Easter for Christians? Week 3: What does the symbol of the cross teach us about the meaning of Easter for Christians? Week 4: What does the symbol of water teach us about the meaning of Easter for Christians? Remembering The meaning of the core concept: Salvation To retell the Easter story and know its meaning: Main focus: The last supper The crucifixion To know what the symbols teach us about the meaning of Easter for Christians: bread/wine/cross/water Religious vocabulary What enquiry based questions do they need to be able to answer by the end of the unit? Ways of expressing meaning: I can recognise that the bread, wine, cross and water are Christian symbols and can talk about them. (WT) I recognise that the bread, wine, cross and water are symbols that have meaning for Christians. (Exp)

I can use religious vocabulary to describe how Christians show their beliefs ie receiving communion in memory of Christ, getting baptised to show their commitment to following Christ. (GD) Questions of values and commitments: I know what is special and important to me. (WT) I can express my own ideas and recognise that others may have a different ideas. (Exp) I am beginning to make links with things that are important to me with the way I think and behave. (GD) Salvation Symbol Last supper Holy Communion Passover Sacrifice Baptism Forgiveness New life Year 3: Big question: Who is the most important person in the Easter story? Week 1: Why did Judas betray Jesus? Week 2: What does Peters denial say about the challenges of the Christian Faith? Week 3: Why were there women at the crucifixion of Jesus? Week 4: Who is the most important person in the Easter story? Remembering The meaning of the core concept: Salvation The role Judas, Peter, the women and Mary Magdalene play in the Easter story. What it means to betray, deny, reject those who are different. To understand who might be viewed as the most important person in the Gospel accounts of Holy week and why. Religious vocabulary Salvation Ascension Betrayal Denial Crucifixion

Disciple Forgiveness Redemption Resurrection What enquiry based questions do they need to be able to answer by the end of the unit? Beliefs, teachings, sources of wisdom and authority: I can identify and talk about the key people in the Gospel accounts of Holy Week and how they might have been feeling. (WT) I can describe what a believer might learn from each of the people studied. Eg the importance of not betraying those you love. The importance for not denying the truth. The importance of repentance. The importance of remembering those who are often left out. (Exp) I can make links between the teachings of the Easter story explored through the key people and how this might influence a believer's life. Eg speaking up for the faith. Putting faith into action by attending Church. Seeking Gods forgiveness regularly through prayer. Caring for the marginalised ie the homeless, the rejected, the poor etc. (GD) Questions of values and commitments: I can begin to express my ideas and opinions. (WT) I can make links with the concepts of betrayal, denial and forgiveness identified in the Easter narrative with the way I and others might behave. (Exp) I can ask questions about the moral decisions I make and suggest what might happen as a result of those decisions. (GD) Year 4: Big question: How does Holy Communion build a Christian community? Week 1: What did Jesus do and say at the Last Supper and how do Christians remember this today? Week 2: How and why do Christians share the Body and Blood of Jesus at Church? Week 3: How does the act of sharing Holy Communion demonstrate Gods peace? Week 4: What is your legacy? Remembering The meaning of the core concept : Salvation How Holy Communion links to the Last Supper and Jesus commandment do this in remembrance of me . Why the church celebrates Holy Communion and the meaning behind the liturgy. How the act of sharing Holy Communion is a reminder of Gods unconditional love for humanity. The legacy of Jesus and how celebrating Holy Communion might help build the Christian community today. Religious vocabulary

Names given the Holy Communion: Mass, Eucharist, Holy Communion Sacrament Remembrance Unconditional love Altar Body and blood of Christ Divine Liturgy Peace What enquiry based questions do they need to be able to answer by the end of the unit? Ways of living: I can describe the meaning of Holy Communion for Christians. (WT) I can use correct religious vocabulary to describe and compare what different Christians understand the meaning of Holy Communion to be and how they might celebrate it. (Recognising the different traditions of the Anglican Church.) (Exp) I can describe why Christians celebrate Holy Communion and what difference it makes to their daily lives. (Reminder of What Christ called his followers to do, provides them with the spiritual food to go and serve the Lord in their community through their actions.) (GD) Questions of identity, diversity and belonging: I can compare some of the things that influence my life with the things that influence other peoples lives. (WT) I understand what it means to belong and how celebrating Holy Communion is an expression for a believer of what it means to belong to a Christian community. (Exp) I can express my own views of what it means for me to belong and recognise the challenges that belonging to a religion might bring. (GD) Year 5: Big question: Week 1: What Week 2: What Week 3: What Week 4: What What happens in churches during Lent and at Easter? happens in churches during Ash wed, Passion Sunday and Palm Sunday? happens in churches on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday? happens in churches on Holy Saturday and Easter day? happens in churches during Lent and at Easter? Remembering The meaning of the core concept : Salvation To know the churches rituals linked with Ash Wednesday and the services during Holy week. To know the meaning of the ritual for the believer. Religious vocabulary

Ritual Lent Ash Wednesday Passion Sunday Holy week Palm Sunday Procession Hosanna Maundy Thursday Striping of the Altar Vigil Eucharist Garden of Gethsemane Good Friday Holy Saturday Paschal candle Easter day What enquiry based questions do they need to be able to answer by the end of the unit? Ways of expressing meaning: I can explain how the rituals of the church during Lent and Holy week represent the different parts of Jesus journey(WT) I understand there can be similarities and differences in the way these rituals are carried out. (Exp) I can use religiously vocabulary correctly in explaining the significance the rituals have on a believers life. (GD) Questions of identity, diversity and belonging: I understand what it means to belong and how participating in the ritual creates a sense of belonging. (WT) I am beginning to consider what belonging might mean when living in a diverse community of people. Eg - How might participating in the religious ritual be more important when the community is very diverse? (Exp) I can consider and identify the challenges and impact belonging to a religion today can have on the believer and support my opinion with reasons and examples. Eg if a group of believers are a minority, the importance of meeting together and participating in a ritual keeps the belief alive and gives strength to the believer who otherwise might feel marginalised. (GD) Year 6: Big question: How does the Christian Festival of Easter offer hope? Week 1: How do Christians believe the Easter story helps people whey they do wrong? Week 2: How are forgiveness, hope and salvation shown in the Easter story and what does this mean for Christians? Week 3: How does the Easter story relate to Gods plan of salvation?

Week 4: How do the accounts of the resurrection of Jesus Christ give Hope? Remembering The parable of the prodigal son and the key concepts within it: Forgiveness, jealously, repentance, redemption The story of Zaccheus and the concept of repentance and forgiveness. To know the stations of the cross and how they link to the concepts of forgiveness, salvation and hope To know what the core concepts of the Easter narrative are: Triumph, betrayal, forgiveness, redemption, salvation new life, eternal life, hope Salvation Forgiveness Redemption Resurrection Stations of the cross Eternal life New life Hope Religious vocabulary What enquiry based questions do they need to be able to answer by the end of the unit? Beliefs, teachings, sources of wisdom and authority: I can explain how Biblical texts are used to provide answers to the important questions about life and death, (WT) I can explain how the Easter narrative helps believers make sense of core concepts. (Exp) I can use a range of Biblical texts in a coherent way, to respond to questions related to the core concepts identified in the Easter narrative (G.D) Questions of meaning, purpose and truth: I know that others have different views to mine. (WT) I can express with confidence my views about how I understand the key concepts in the Easter narrative. (Exp) I can give a personal view of my understanding of the key concepts identified in the Easter narrative and how a Christian viewpoint of the concepts helps to understand the meaning of life. (GD)

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