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St Vigor and St John Church of England Primary School Chilcompton, Somerset. We are building a sustainable community of adventurous lead learners. Beliefs/Values Key beliefs, values, being human and unique Being ‘bothered’ Beliefs about learning. What? How? Why? for each.

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St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

St Vigor and St John Church of England Primary SchoolChilcompton, Somerset

Weare

building a

sustainable

communityof

adventurous

lead learners


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

Beliefs/Values

Key beliefs, values, being human and unique Being ‘bothered’

Beliefs about learning

What?

How?

Why?

for each

Connectedness

Relevant, linking. Rootedness/grounded in the community/

environment and beyond, Building concepts and big ideasthat relate personally - creativity

Questing

Asking questions, being curious, seeking answers.

Search for meaning.

Worthy agendas. Creative, adventurous ideas.

‘A sustainable community of adventurous lead learners’

Relationships

Collaboration, power of the cooperative, well being, dispositions, attitudes, skills

The curriculum we provide must celebrate and further enable these behaviours to develop.

We have a belief that if we behave in particular ways we will be successful in making our vision real.


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

Research Questions

What’s it like to live

in Ghana ?

How can I be a good story-teller ?

How can I tell others about myself by making a

portrait gallery ?

How can I make an information

leaflet about keeping healthy for the children

Who visit the doctor’s surgery ?

How can I grow and share

my ideas about change in

a workshop?

What’s happening in the world around me and what’s my responsibility towards it?

What was it like to be a child in World War I ?


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

Focus Weeks

Global week

Belief week

Democracy week

Sustainability week

Adventure week

Diversity week

Peace week


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

So how can focus weeks specifically support learning

in RE?


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

Identity

Diversity

Focus Week

I am unique and have my own talents – e.g. ‘me boxes’

I respect other people’s uniqueness and their talents.

I know diverse stories from different cultures which tell me how to behave well as a human.

I recognise there are stereotypes e.g. gender, race, disability

I can challenge a stereotype and explain my reasoning.

Learning dispositions:

Interdependence

Reasoning

Questioning

Making links

Empathy & listening

* Recognising, celebrating and exploring issues about diversity within our community

Diversity

Communication

I/we can tell a story which offers a piece of wisdom to ‘foolish human beings' (through e.g. drama, dance, poetry, song, written in a book, film)

Problem-solving

I can find out about different cultures within my local area e.g. Polish, Portuguese,

We can develop and respond to diverse ideas in response to a ‘thing’ (different culture), a picture (situation) an issue (school/community/globally based)

Creativity

Identity

Communication

Enquiry/Prob.Solving

Creativity


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

If we work together,

The world all as one

We can stop all the fighting

the wars that‘ve begun

It doesn’t matter ‘bout colour

Religion or race

It’s the person inside

Not just the face


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

So let’s all be equal

Let’s give it a try

Let our words create smiles

Not people who cry

Let’s get rid of hatred

And all be as one

In a world where it’s peaceful

And love everyone.


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

How can we develop a more creative curriculum that makes RE more ‘questful’ and ‘connected’ for pupils and staff?

What do we need to do?


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

FS/KS1 Unit 4: Friends Family & Community

Learning opportunities:

  • This unit explores ideas of those aspects of human nature which relate to religious practices and communities.

  • Pupils should be given the opportunity to:

  • share their feelings and experiences associated with belonging to a group or community;

  • identify the types and characteristics of groups or communities people belong to;

  • learn about some practices and events associated with some religious groups or communities and roles that people might have within them


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

ethics

questing

relationships

connectedness

Unit 4 Friends, Family and Community

How does it feel to be part of a family?

What do you like about it?

What challenges are there?

What types of family are there?

story collections,

open morning with parents P4C

own stories, special times

open morning with parents

Family

What do you do with your family?

What responsibilities do you have

as a member of a family?

feelings photograph album

roles and jobs,

open morning with parents

What do some families do to

celebrate special occasions?

Why do they do this?

Shabbat with Alasdair & Mrs Green

Sunday with Mrs Addicott


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

ethics

questing

relationships

connectedness

Big idea in RE

Family

QUEST in RE

What’s it like to be part of a family?

RESEARCH QUESTION for half term

How can I tell others about myself by making a family

portrait gallery ?


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

KS2 Unit 6: Barriers & Bridges

Learning opportunities:

  • This unit explores how religious beliefs affect approaches to moral issues.

  • Pupils should be given opportunities to:

  • identify a range of questions related to a moral issue;

  • hear stories about people/organisations who have been involved in some way in moral issues;

  • consider some of the factors that may affect attitudes and behaviour towards a moral issue, e.g., rules, beliefs, traditions, principles, commitments, experiences, possible consequences;

  • express their own ideas and views about a moral issue in the light of a range of responses .


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

ethics

questing

relationships

connectedness

Unit 6 Barriers and Bridges

What is freedom?

freedom or not in people’s lives

learning wall

What organisations and individuals

defend people’s freedom?

William Wilberforce

visiting St Julian’s Hostel,

interviews

stories from Bible

How did slavery take away

peoples rights?

Freedom

drama and photographs

visit to Pinney’s house

values

How do rules, laws and beliefs

support or deny freedom of choice?

drama –

dilemmas with slavery

dilemmas at school and home

dilemmas with homeless

Pressures, pushes, pulls to making decisions

stories from Bible

What rights and responsibilities

do people have?

who protects our freedom?

people who are not free

UN, school, legal


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

ethics

questing

relationships

connectedness

Big idea in RE

Freedom

QUEST in RE

How do people’s ideas and beliefs affect their behaviour?

RESEARCH QUESTION for half term

What does freedom look like?


St vigor and st john church of england primary school chilcompton somerset

You can make your fortune if you sell slaves

He’s a person, you don’t own him…he has his own soul

Its God’s will

God has made rules to protect everyone in the world

Life is so easy when you’ve got slaves

Human beings have rights to live

God will send you to hell

The slaves can do all the jobs you don’t want to do

against

for


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What ‘grabs’ you as a focus for a quest in RE?

What might ‘grab’ your pupils?

What important ideas/concepts might there be?

What might your RE quest be?

How might these link to your school

beliefs/ principles/ vision?

What might a ‘bit’ of learning look like

in relation to the demands of RE syllabus?


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What are future opportunities for us in RE?

Fair trade

sustainability

global agendas

adventure

community

outdoor environment


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