This Web Site covers aspects of the Bedfordshire agreed RE Policy for Christianity in KS1 and KS2. Teachers from other Local Authorities may find it useful and all the photographs may be downloaded and used in the classroom.
Belonging to a religious group/organisation: birth/naming ceremonies.
Worship may include reading the Bible, music, prayers, and stories.
Introduce key internal and external features e.g. altar, font, spire, and tower.
Local religious leaders:
Their role in relation to places of worship.
Begin to be aware that people celebrate special occasions: Christmas, Easter.
Places of Worship
This Website will help pupils: -
Identify and name key features of places of worship and explain their function in worship.
Know the titles of leaders in faith communities and explain something of their role.
Understand that objects have special meaning and can express religious belief.
Describe some things people do when they worship.
Main features and their function in worship e.g. altar, pulpit, lectern, and font.
Symbols e.g. cross and/or crucifix.
Worship: activities that take place e.g. singing, prayer, Bible reading, sermon, Holy Communion.
Role and leadership of e.g. vicar, minister, priest, pastor, elder.
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