Ladygrove Primary School

PSHE / Citizenship

We believe that our curriculum should prepare children for life in an ever-changing world and so there is an emphasis on sustainability and developing core life skills. We discuss points of interest within the news with children as they arise, to ensure that children develop a good understanding of the world in which they live. This is often achieved through assemblies and in class lessons. Our PSHE curriculum and our curriculum which prepares children to become responsible citizens is detailed below:

We teach RE according to the below rolling programme.
  Nursery A Nursery B
Autumn 1

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?

Diwali(Skihism, Jainism and Hinduism)

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?

Autumn 2

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?

Sukko (Jewish)

Advent (Christian)

Christmas(Christian)

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?

Sukkot (Jewish)

Spring 1

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?

Purim (Hinduism)

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?

Spring 2

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?

Easter (Christian)

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals

Summer 1

Who celebrates what and how?

How do different religions welcome babies?

Who celebrates what and how?

Summer 2

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?

Eid-al-Fitr (Islam)

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?

We teach RE according to the below rolling programme.

Reception Year A

Playful RE

Leaders and followers – games and stories

Role play church and church visit

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate? Diwali, Hanukkah and Christmas

How do we celebrate special times? Diwali and Christmas

Playful RE

Sukkot – Make a den in Forest school

 

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate? Purim

 

Playful RE

Faith stories – The House on the Rock

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate? Easter

Celebrating Festivals

What religious festivals do other people celebrate? Eid-ul-Fitr

Special Times

Welcoming a baby, who? How? Why? LINK with…

Playful RE

Finding out about weddings

 

 

Reception Year B

Playful RE

Leaders and followers – games and stories

Role play church and church visit

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?Diwali, Hanukkah and Christmas

How do we celebrate special times? Diwali and Christmas

Sukkot – Make a den in Forest school

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?Purim

 

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?Easter

What religious festivals do other people celebrate?Eid-ul-Fitr

 

Special Times

Enjoying a wedding, who? How? Why? LINK with…

Playful RE

Finding out about weddings

 

 

Reception and Year 1

Year A

 

 

RE through play:

a flexible ideas unit (many religions)

 

Festivals:

how are they celebrated?

 (Christmas, Easter, Eid, Sukkot, Divali

Festivals: how are they celebrated?

(Christmas, Easter, Eid, Sukkot, Divali)

Who celebrates what and how?

(Wedding, birthday, welcoming a new baby.)

Reception and Year 1

Year B

 

 

I wonder …Questions that Puzzle Us …

Creation and Thanksgiving:How do we say thank you for a beautiful world?

 (Jews and Christians.)

Stories: what can we learn?

(Christians and Muslims.)

Finding out about Christian Churches.

Myself: Who am I?

Who celebrates what and how?

(Wedding, birthday, welcoming a new baby.)

Year 1 and 2

Year A

Creation and Thanksgiving: How do we say thank you for a beautiful world?

 (Jews and Christians.)

Finding out about Christian Churches.

I wonder … Questions that Puzzle Us …

 

Special Stories: what can we learn?

 (Christians and Muslims.)

Year 1 and 2

Year B

 

 

Respect for everyone: what does that mean?

Holy words:

Why do religious people love their scriptures?

Symbols of belonging: what can we learn? (Hindu, Muslim and Christian)

 

Beginning to learn from Islam, Muslims and Mosques in Telford and Wrekin.

Year 3 and 4

Year A

Divali: How and why is the festival celebrated and what does it mean?

 

Living in harmony: Stories to show we care.

 

Leaders and followers in Family Life

 (Jewish and Christian.)

Is life like a journey?

(Christian, Muslim, Hindu.)

 

Year 3 and 4

Year B

 

What can we learn from visiting sacred places?

 (Any two faiths.)

 

Does a beautiful world mean there is a wonderful God?

(Christian, non-religious)

Why do some people think Jesus is inspiring?

Keeping the 5 Pillars of Islam today.

 

Year 4, 5, 6

Year A

Expressing spiritual ideas through the arts.

(Christian)

Why do some people think Jesus is inspiring?

 

 

Values: what can we learn from Christians and Humanists?

 

Prayer: asking questions and seeking answers.

(Jewish, Muslim)

 

Year 4, 5, 6

Year B

 

Temptation: what can we learn from Muslims and Christians?

Keeping the 5 Pillars of Islam today.

Words of Wisdom from Sikhs, Muslims and Christians.

What can we learn from visiting sacred places?

(Any two faiths)

Year 4, 5, 6

Year C

Christian Aid and Islamic Relief:

Can they change the world?

 

Religion and the individual:

Exploring and commitment.

 

Does a beautiful world mean there is a wonderful God?

(Christian, non-religious)

 

What will make our community more respectful?

(Many religions and beliefs)